Before Williamsburg had high-rise condos or hipster hideouts, it had Diner. Since opening on New Year’s Eve of 1999, this charming spot has set the standard for Brooklyn dining. Operating inside a 1920s dining car, the now iconic Brooklyn restaurant was opened by Andrew Tarlow before he went on to establish Marlow & Sons and Reynard. With a New American menu that changes daily, Diner may be the last unpredictable and timeless place left in Williamsburg.

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