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Brooklyn, NY
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Fun area to explore hip shops and restaurants. There are a few roof tops where you can get the best view of Manhattan one of them being the William Dale hotel bar. The parks looked a little rundown and not well-maintained. So were the roads...More

Thank gl0betr0tterny
Reviewed 2 days ago

Williamsburg is a very popular area of Brooklyn, with a bar or restaurant on every corner. Lots to do, any type of food you can imagine, and great people watching with the hipsters headed here and there. Find the time to make it over to...More

Thank LenMasek
Reviewed 5 days ago

We live in Williamsburg now, so we might be a little bias, but Williamsburg is wonderful. I recommend it for people moving from England, as we have, because it's less overwhelming than Manhattan and I wouldn't change our decision, even if I could. There is...More

Reviewed 6 days ago

Great Polish influenced area. Great places to eat like Bamonte's, polish food galore, from stuffed cabbage to roast chickie. All excellent!

Thank ljmantovi
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

The main part of Brooklyn where we spent our time. We cold walk the streets all day stopping for a coffee or a cold beer. Just so much to see and fantastic views back across the river towards the Manhattan skyline. Historic old settlement of...More

Thank Lambretta101
Reviewed 1 week ago

We finally made it after getting lost on the bus. I didn't find a specific location but figured Bedford street near the subway (L train/gray) station is a good place to start. Bingo! Actually busiest between the two subway stops. The street was busy with...More

Thank anna g
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Walkable neighborhood with lots to eat, see, do and enjoy. Started with brunch at Rabbithole. Good for brunch but not great. Then shooed G-Starr Raw, Timbuktu and Scotch and Soda. Had beer at Brooklyn Brewery. Fun city that's very livable and welcoming.

Thank Kim M
Reviewed 1 week ago

The "Downtown" Brooklyn area, a;so known as "Williamsburg" is a nice "outside mall" collection of shops and restaurants. There is lots of good food choices and shopping. It is a nice place to spend a couple hours getting the feel of the Brooklyn NY area.

Thank COtraveller_11
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Such a change from Manhattan. I LOVE Brooklyn especially this awesome neighborhood. I'll skip Manhattan and stay in Brooklyn any day.

Thank Laura C
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

No visit to the city is complete if you have come for th experience called Williamsburg . Once it was known for the beer and he immigrant community now it offers the fashion statements , the night life and the fancy eateries with exotic foods...More

Thank Anand A
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Response from Seayeaitch | Reviewed this property |
Click on TA Williamsburg then list the pubs, you can then decide on the route for your walk, on the same map look for hotels trip advisor will list them and then depending on your budget and availability you can select
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Response from Mark M | Reviewed this property |
I know of only the 3 I've visited -- the roof lounge at the hotel McCarren Park, on N. 12th St., the restaurant club Berry Park, on Berry St., and the lounge at the Wythe Hotel, on Wythe St. and N. 11th St. Try googling... More