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    • 1.
      9.6
      364 Grand St, Brooklyn
      Pizza$$$$
      • Irma Z.

        Irma Z. • November 7The hatchback is my favorite. Super delicious with chiles, chorizo, cream and mozzarella. Very friendly vibe. I am not however a deep dish fan - my preference is for thin crust pizza.

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    • 2.
      9.4
      355 Metropolitan Ave (btwn Havemeyer & Roebling St), Brooklyn
      American$$$$View Menu
      • Xin L.

        Xin L. • September 22, 2014Sardines, whole mackerel, pan fried mash potatoes are the bomb! If your appetite is up for it, try the ax Handel ribeye. Otherwise the hanger steak is banging too!

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    • 3.
      9.4
      345 Grand St (btwn Marcy Ave & Havemeyer St), Brooklyn
      Cocktail$$$$
      • eme

        eme • February 21, 2015Superb cocktail bar with excellent oyster happy hour on weekends. On Sundays around 10PM they have live music, and it's great for dancing and people watching. Very friendly service and lovely decor.

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    • 4.
      9.3
      253 Grand St (at Roebling St), Brooklyn
      American$$$$View Menu
      • Julian E.

        Julian E. • January 11, 2015Great brunch place. Chill spot and friendly staff. Chicken Paillard salad is knockout. The hash and bacon sides are utterly superb if you're feeling naughty (Bacon as it should be: crispy).

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    • 5.
      9.3
      362 Grand St (at Marcy St), Brooklyn
      Toys & Games
      • David B.

        David B. • January 27, 2013If you love a good board game, check this spot out. Super helpful staff, whether you're a Magic connoisseur or just looking for that Ticket to Ride expansion set.

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    • 6.
      9.3
      221 S 1st St (btw Driggs & Roebling), Brooklyn
      South American$$$$View Menu
      • Nakisha

        Nakisha • February 29, 2012Muscles, house made gnocchi & ravioli, octopus casserole, flan ALL SO good! Skirt steak: cooked well but a bit bland (blue cheese topped baked potato that came with = YUM). Go with a Uruguayan wine.

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    • 7.
      9.3
      296 Grand St (btwn Roebling & Havemeyer St), Brooklyn
      Sushi$$$$View Menu
      • Melissa L.

        Melissa L. • December 27, 2014All of the sushi bombs! And the spicy seafood miso. Also pork belly appetizer.

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    • 8.
      9.3
      291 Grand St (btwn Roebling & Havemeyer St), Brooklyn
      Arepas$$$$View Menu
      • Mark S.

        Mark S. • February 7, 2010This place has fantastic, affordable arepas that will make you crave Caracas at least once a month. The sauce is good on everything, and even the coffee is amazing. Did I mention CHEAP!?

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    • 9.
      9.3
      354 Metropolitan Ave (btwn Havemeyer & Roebling St), Brooklyn
      BBQ$$$$View Menu
      • Serious Eats

        Serious Eats • June 27, 2013An ever-popular neighborhood spot with plenty of good beer to go along with the 'cue. The specials cuts, like pork cheeks and lamb belly, are by far the best.

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    • 10.
      9.3
      295 Grand St (btwn Havemeyer & Roebling St), Brooklyn
      Wine Bar$$$$View Menu
      • Ed C.

        Ed C. • July 12, 2015Try the orange wine! Loved the summer peas dish too. If you're rich, they have a beer that costs $45.

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    • 11.
      9.1
      129 Havemeyer St (btwn S1st&grand st), Brooklyn
      Mediterranean$$$$View Menu
      • Daniel

        Daniel • June 24, 2013Seriously delicious and filling, crazy baba was out of this world! Pair the spices with a Liberty Ale and finish desert with the Anchor Porter and thank me later!

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    • 12.
      9.1
      359 Metropolitan Ave (at Havemeyer St), Brooklyn
      Beer Garden$$$$View Menu
      • Kevin R.

        Kevin R. • April 9, 2013Super chill backyard space. A bit pricey but amazing rare beer selection. Recommend!

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    • 13.
      9.0
      366 Metropolitan Ave (at Havemeyer St), Brooklyn
      American$$$$View Menu
      • nymag

        nymag • July 6, 2010Black Betty's been reborn into this kitschy, nautical spot with four-star bar food. Per the Underground Gourmet, try the fried chicken - "among the best in town" - and the "adult cheese" sandwich.

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    • 14.
      9.0
      378 Metropolitan Ave (at Havemeyer), Brooklyn
      Sandwiches$$$$View Menu
      • Emily W.

        Emily W. • June 27The ships biscuit (soft scrambled eggs and ricotta on Saltie's stellar focaccia) is one of the best breakfast sandwiches I've ever had. If you love Greek salad, the scuttlebutt is your calling.

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    • 15.
      9.0
      382 Metropolitan Ave (btwn Havemeyer & Marcy), Brooklyn
      Desserts$$$$View Menu
      • Lissette A.

        Lissette A. • May 20, 2012The "Cereal Milk" ice cream is awesome! But you have to get the "crunchy corn flakes" topping. Taste just like a bowl of cereal!!! :)

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    • 16.
      9.0
      247 S 1st St. (at Roebling), Brooklyn
      Cocktail$$$$View Menu
      • Rachel

        Rachel • July 24, 2011You have to get the meatloaf sandwich at least once. Their crème brûlée is also excellent. Obviously they have a great whiskey selection so branch out!

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    • 17.
      8.9
      238 Grand St, Brooklyn
      Art Gallery
      • Justin B.

        Justin B. • July 27, 2014I had a great time at the Friday night Sip & Spin class ($58/person)! Get there early and be prepared to get a little messy. No pottery experience required. My piece (in pic.) is on the right. 😁

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    • 18.
      8.9
      254 S 2nd St (Havemeyer), Brooklyn
      Pizza$$$$
      • Brian G.

        Brian G. • May 15Very tasty, well-made pizza with fresh, quality ingredients. Goat cheese and fig white pizza is amazing, as is the hot soppressata and jalapeño. Cozy, warm space inside, great for a quick bite!

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    • 19.
      8.9
      103 Havermeyer St (Hope St), Brooklyn
      Cocktail$$$$
      • Angela W.

        Angela W. • January 29This new spot is beautifully decorated with floor to ceiling wine bottles, dim lighting, and tin ceiling details. Huge wine selection with some solid cocktails. Try the mule cocktail on tap 🍷

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    • 20.
      8.8
      235 S 1st St (at Roebling street), Brooklyn
      Pilates StudioView Prices
      • Ranu R.

        Ranu R. • February 15, 2015Kimmy is the best! Super encouraging and sweet. I love how the reformer classes are basically private (2 people per class) - take it with a friend and feel the burn!

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    • 21.
      8.8
      302 Metropolitan Ave (at Roebling St), Brooklyn
      Seafood$$$$View Menu
      • Gabriel H.

        Gabriel H. • January 8Really enjoyed the cocktails. Very solid Moscow Mule. The Honey, I Spiced the Kids was very good as well.

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    • 22.
      8.8
      221 S 1st St (Driggs & Roebling), Brooklyn
      South American$$$$View Menu
      • Peter G.

        Peter G. • November 23, 2013Desnuda raw fish creations are truly top notch. Its like a flavor explosion in your mouth. The portions are huge for the quality and price and $ oysters daily! You can't fake quality! Love this place.

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    • 23.
      8.7
      160 Havemeyer St (S. 2nd St.), Brooklyn
      Burgers$$$$
      • Village Voice

        Village Voice • November 26, 2012Delivers fantastic, fast, thin patties with a squishy bun, crisp lettuce, fresh tomatoes and special sauce reminiscent of In-N-Out. Low prices too! Winner of critics' choice for best burger joint.

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    • 24.
      8.7
      185 Roebling Street (South 1st Street), Brooklyn
      Salon / BarbershopView Products
      • Michelle Wendy

        Michelle Wendy • July 9, 2014Really chic place, love it's uniqueness. Whilst getting sudsy there's complimentary aromatherapy AND soak up rays under their enormous skylight -a spa like experience💆. Protein treatment ftw!

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    • 25.
      8.9
      667 Driggs Ave, Brooklyn
      Bakery$$$$
      • Eva D.

        Eva D. • August 31Nordic noms come to Williamsburg! Authentic Danish bakery. Love the cinnamon swirl and poppy seed Danish with marzipan glaze. Come early for a seat and fresh treats. Grab a loaf of bread for the week.

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    • 26.
      8.5
      292 Grand St (btwn Roebling St & Havemeyer St), Brooklyn
      Chinese$$$$View Menu
      • Robin M.

        Robin M. • March 23, 2011Order the following: Soup Dumplings, Pork Shu Mai, Awesome Beef, and Shanghai Noodles. Optional, scallion pancakes and roast pork buns. This place is so flippin' good.

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    • 27.
      8.5
      143 Roebling St (at Metropolitan Ave), Brooklyn
      Tea Room$$$$View Menu
      • Tony X.

        Tony X. • April 13, 2014Start with an iced coffee. Then get another one. You're going to need if for the baked cheddar eggs and grits with fennel toast and apple butter. Still thirsty? Get a cocktail, totally worth it.

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    • 28.
      8.5
      318 Grand St (btwn Havemeyer St. & Marcy Ave.), Brooklyn
      Bar$$$$
      • Brian G.

        Brian G. • September 10Cozy, grungy dive bar with good beer, and skee ball of course!! 1 machine up front, 3 in back, $1 per game. Great place to go when you don't feel like standing at a bar and talking all night.

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    • 29.
      8.8
      108 Marcy Ave (btwn S 2nd & S 3rd), Brooklyn
      Music Venue
      • Krıstófer-Þórır D.

        Krıstófer-Þórır D. • March 31, 2014Brooklyn based DJ team Wolf + Lamb stumbled upon an old machine shop in Williamsburg and transformed it into what is now known as the Marcy Hotel — a fictitious hotel and underground club.

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    • 30.
      9.4
      205 Grand St (btwn Bedford Ave & Driggs Ave), Brooklyn
      Japanese$$$$View Menu
      • Jaimee E.

        Jaimee E. • March 16, 2014Yummy food - ordered the iced ginger mint tea, uni and salmon roe over rice, spicy bukkake udon, and green tea ice cream. Hits the spot. Try it out

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