Modest little Williamsburg café operating sans animal products. Tables and chairs scattered about coffee shop-style. Tomato lentil soup, kale salad, jackfruit burger fill out a lunch-ori... read more
Restaurant, coffee shop, and market inside new-school condo The Edge. Main room sees long communal tables and 17-foot ceilings. Name is Italian for factory, reflected in huge murals of machine imag... read more
Pastries and sandwiches in a garden café. Fold-out wooden tables and chairs scattered about a high-ceilinged space; plants and a tiled fireplace add charm. Donuts brought in from neighbo... read more
Swanky bites go undercover in modern building's retro café. Red and yellow vinyl stools line old-fashioned lunch counter; curved white ceiling is très “waiting-for-the-train-to-... read more
Williamsburg juice and cleanse haven. Raw, organic, unpasteurized juice from fresh fruits and veggies. Water of coconut, water of aloe, water of the filter. Smoothies feature just about anything yo... read more
Coffee and cold brew, roasted in-borough. Simple shop run by a former rock climber and model duo. Plenty of space, long wooden bar. “F**k Sleep” tees make for easy souvenir shopping. Lo... read more
Jean Adamson and Sam Buffa opened Hillside as a next door neighbor to their already revered Vinegar Hill House. A more casual, no reservations cafe, Hillside's rustic, retro-modern interiors evoke ... read more
Australian-based boutique roaster breaks all the rules. Sticking out from the homogenous coffee scene brewed up in Williamsburg, Toby's makes coffee designed for you, by you. Unlike cramped co... read more
Nightlife vets Zeb Stewart, Vinh Nguyen, and Julie Park embrace the daylight at this airy Berry Street café. Pressed-tin ceiling, zinc-topped bar, and vintage fan foster a comfy Gallic vibe.... read more
The café arm of G-Point's Brooklyn Standard and Papacitos. Chef Cody Utzman takes inspiration from the bar tabacs of Burgundy, serves up casual fare with a French accent. Self-service scene,... read more
Thankfully this Park Slope daily grinder lives up to its handle -- Café DuDouche just doesn't have the same ring. Swiss owner Christian DuCharme delightful even at 7am, pouring fair trade dr... read more
Ever-changing array of super-fresh locavore-ish sandwiches and salads nearly eclipsed by desserts, especially salted caramel ice cream sandwich. Keeps it creative with goat cheese tart, sardines wi... read more
Milk Bar that's the opposite of Korova: sweet, neighborhoody spot, closes early, uses only organic eggs and antibiotic-free meats. Frowns on the ultraviolence. (It's milk bar, as in "general store"... read more
Delicious Brazilian eatery like a watering hole in the desert that is the Williamsburg-Greenpoint no man's land. Petite 25-seater whips up meaty sandwiches and snacks from a cramped corner kitchen.... read more
DUB (Down Under Bakery) brings the iconic savory pie experience of New Zealand and Australia to Brooklyn. The little cafe has sparse seating and the yippie moms with their bulky strollers fill it u... read more
Small, counter-service café for coffee dates, friendly lunches, after-school snacks. Chalkboard menu lists meat and veggie sandwiches, salads. Pressed panini made with Sullivan Street Bakery... read more
Ex-advertising hands partner up, deliver sugar rushes to the good burghers of Red Hook. Modern takes on classic American goods, we're loving on velvet cake, chocolate cloud cookies, PB Krispy Bars.... read more
Simple keeps it complex: neighborhood café transforms into tasty pop-up Vietnamese joint when it's not dishing out classic American fare. Homemade bread keeps the vibes cozy on non-Southeast... read more
Collegiate-style café in the Burg. Someone bust out the Captain Original hat. Floor to ceiling windows, free Wi-Fi, and solid joe draw in under-showered post-grad laptop set. Wall-sized m... read more
Sandy tried to leave some literal watermarks, but riverfront perch ...
Restaurant and lounge inspired by early 20th-century music recordin...
For women who love that beach chic look, this spot really does have...
One-stop shopping with great blend of cutting-edge chic and ready-t...
Neighborhood burger and shake spot nabs awesome name, restored Harl...