A boutique apothecary specializing in holistic health & beauty care, the shelves are donned with high-end European product lines and locally sourced items.
559 Driggs Ave, Brooklyn
Because there will always be some cable, connector or charger missing.
247 Bedford Ave, Brooklyn
When your crew's energy is dipping, your salvation is three blocks away.
238 Bedford Ave, Brooklyn
Cafe and roastery for single origin coffee, breakfast and lunch.
125 N 6th St, Brooklyn
Apart from great coffee, it's the only place in the hood that serves hemp milk. On Friday's they serve a banana bread, it's sweet and gone before 10am.
328 Bedford Ave, Brooklyn
Authentic and cozy. A small café with Northern European-style homemade bread and high-quality coffee.
150 Wythe Avenue, Brooklyn.
STORE AND SERVICE
The Phone Works & Co.
Phone repairs, mobile phones, gadgets and accessories.
133 N 6th St, Brooklyn
Martha's Dry Cleaning
On set accident? Martha's will do the job.
534 Driggs Ave, Brooklyn
Juices & smoothies, plus raw foods, muffins & vegan soups. The almond butter banana bread saves any day.
210 Bedford Ave, Brooklyn.
BARS N' RESTAURANTS
The rustic Argentine restaurant has been one of our favorites since opening. Its cozy décor invites for a c
Start with the Ceviche de Hamachi and Ensalada de Palmito. Follow with any of their stakes.
The rustic Argentine restaurant has been one of our favorites since opening.
Start with Ceviche de Hamachi and Ensalada de Palmito. Follow with any of their stakes.
557 Driggs Ave, Brooklyn.
At the core of the menu are Moroccan-Israeli traditions, yet French, Indian and New American flavors. Share some dishes among friends in the greenhouse-inspired room.
101 St. Mark's Place // 133 Wythe Ave. Brooklyn.
Japanese home-cocking and ramen. You need to try their ramen floating in seafood-based broths with light seasoning, and topped with fresh fish and seasonal vegetables.
150 Ainslie Street, Brooklyn.
Go here for a wide array of premium specialty spirits, a seasonal cocktail menu and a 100-bottle wine list focusing on small artisanal producers.
82 Berry St. Brooklyn.
BAR AND RESTAURANT
Nothing but a favorite. An Oyster House and Cocktail Den reflective of the staple establishments of New York, Paris and New Orleans.
298 Bedford Ave, Brooklyn,
Italian wood-fired seafood, hand crafted pastas and classic Italian cocktails in a minimalistic, yet cozy environment.
567 Union Avenue, Brooklyn.
Bistro with New American cuisine and an Aussie accent. Cute and crowded indoors. Street dining outdoors.
18 Bedford Ave, Brooklyn
Oysters, cocktails and live music on the main floor, lounge in the overgrown garden out back, or head to the cellar for a full menu of upscale comfort food, or for a late night drink. They also serve a delicious brunch on weekends.
New American cuisine, highlighting the chefs’ connections to their respective Jewish and Japanese roots. The blend is exciting and the food delicious.
310 S 4th St, Brooklyn
A true favorite! Charming French-American bistro with banquette seating & a summertime garden. Head for dinner and a Dirty Martini.
105 N 6th St, Brooklyn
CATERTING AND EVENTS
North Brooklyn Farms
Located on the footprint of the iconic Domino Sugar refinery building with NYC skyline serving as a backdrop for weekly farm stands, dinner series, volunteer and education opportunities and as a private event space.
320 Kent Avenue (@ S. 4th Street)
Marlow & Sons
New American farm-fresh menu that is updated daily.
81 Broadway, Brooklyn
Comfort food and top of the line stake house. Head their early, they don't take reservations.
355 Metropolitan Ave, Brooklyn
BAR, GARDEN AND RESTUARANT
A modern restaurant run by Michelin-starred Swedish chef Fredrik Berselius. They offers elevated multi-course dinners, as well as a casual bar menu in its cellar lounge the Edda Bar. In the warmer months, the garden at Aska offers dining under open sky.
47 S 5th St, Brooklyn
BAR AND RESTAURANT
Dinner, drinks and disco. Sounds like a perfect blend to us. Go here for connoisseurs of plant based food, mostly inspired by the kitchens south of the border. The menu spans a wide selection of shareable plates such as tacos.
168 Borinquen Place, Brooklyn
Vintage wallpaper in different patterns and brass-hunting-horn chandeliers. The fried crispy chicken sandwich is dangerous and the green salad is delish.
124 Bedford Ave @ N. 10th St, Brooklyn.
BAR AND RESTAURANT
New American cuisine with international influences. Everything is tasty and the cocktails are on point.
79 Berry Street, Brooklyn.
The Wythe hotel's rooftop bar calls for decent cocktails, a classy décor and a view overlooking Manhattan. In addition to their indoor bar they have a small outdoor terrace.
Wythe Hotel, 80 Wythe Ave, Brooklyn
High-quality food guided by french traditions. The main dining room offers romantic nooks with extravagant greenery. If you're tired of dive bars, head upstairs to their open-air rooftop terrace.
135 N 5th St, Brooklyn
Fried chicken, biscuits & other Southern dishes in a low-key saloon where you order at the bar. Simple as that.
366 Metropolitan Ave, Brooklyn
The food is nothing short but great. Seasonal italian dishes in a rustic enviroment or in a large, leafy garden.
70 grand st. Williamsburg.
Sunday In Brooklyn
Seasonal meals with great cocktails and natural wines. In Spring, you can access the lush dining room and rooftop garden. The place serves as a perfect brunch spot. Apart from their healthy fresh options, you need to take a walk on the wild side and try their Malted Pancakes.
348 Wythe Ave, Brooklyn
Go Green! Vegetable-forward menue with animal based food playing alongside in a more supporting role. All seating is around an 18-seat central bar- social.
No. 5, 160 Havemeyer St, Brooklyn
The Michelin-starred restaurant serves Mediterranean-influenced New American dishes & craft cocktails. The autmospher is relaxed and the décor. stylish.
149 Broadway, Brooklyn
Grab a drink, listen to live music and snack from a taco truck in their backyard.
484 Union Ave Brooklyn
Baby's All Right
Live music most nights, creative drinks & weekend brunch. Known for having secret shows.
146 Broadway, Brooklyn
Vast, neon-lit dance club in a converted warehouse opposite Brooklyn Bowl hosting legit DJs. One of the best sound systems in all of NYC and they have a rooftop terrace.
74 Wythe Ave, Brooklyn
Feminine fine jewelry. Get yourself a treat or find a last minute gift.
219 Bedford Ave, Brooklyn
Unique, vintage boutique with adjacent rental showroom for designers, stylists and fashion-conscious shoppers. Malin and her crew are professional and adorable. A destination you need to hit up.
157 N 6th St. Williamsburg, Brooklyn
Featuring locally made lingerie, toys, jewelry, accessories, plus bath & body products.
108 Roebling St, Brooklyn
WINE AND SPIRITS
Over 300 labels are packed into the small shop with salespeople that are quick to offer recommendations. Options from France and Italy are particularly strong and they are focusing on organic and biodynamic wines.
+ Free delivery is offered within Williamsburg.
237 Bedford Ave. Brooklyn
Retail store, design studio and door to door service of floral arrangements. Offering hard-to-find, but easy-to-grow plants and a curated selection of containers, tools and accessories.
59 Grand Street, Brooklyn
Premium hats for men and women. Choose between different styles and accessories such as feathers and stickers.
181 Bedford Ave, Brooklyn
Minimalistic, yet feminin clothing and accessories from contemporary designers. Carries designers such as Alexander Wang, Thakoon, Acne Jeans, Comme Des Garçons, Isabel Marant, A.P.C, Mansur Gavriel.
203 Grand Street, Brooklyn
Independent Designer for Womenswear, Menswear and accessories. Carries designers such as Rodebjer, Stine Goya, MM6 Maison Margiela.
98 South 4th Street, Brooklyn
Amarcord Vintage Fashion
Destination, showroom, & archive for high-end vintage clothing. Bringing upscale European womenswear, menswear, and accessories to the modern crowd.
223 Bedford Ave. Brooklyn