The Edible Guide

Our picks for where to eat, drink and shop in Brooklyn.

Neighborhood: Williamsburg

Sunday in Brooklyn

Everything from the warm, wood-and-brick design to the open kitchen to the black-cod pastrami—the current menu’s most popular dish—makes one feel pretty cozy.

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The Levee

The Levee is a laid back, relaxed neighborhood watering hole, where beer, booze, hot dogs, and snacks are all cheap and all plentiful. They…

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Salt + Charcoal

Salt + Charcoal is Brooklyn’s first authentic Japanese robata-style restaurant. As the name suggests, it employs a traditional Japanese method of slowly roasting ingredients to perfection…

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Kings County Imperial

Kings County Imperial has achieved something different, specific, and great: it’s Williamsburg’s first farm fresh reinterpeted Central Chinese restaurant. What does that mean for…

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OddFellows Ice Cream Co.

The flagship location of OddFellow’s two shops, this popular Williamsburg spot offers 14 rotating flavors of ice cream and sorbet, classically composed banana splits, sundaes and…

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Tea Dealers

Tea Dealers was first established in 2005 with an aim to introduce premium teas to America by offering only rare, single origin teas from Japan,…

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Yuji Ramen

YUJI Ramen was conceived in an effort to introduce new variations of Japanese ramen to the United States. With a background as a seafood…

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Whisk is owned and run by Brooklyn locals who decided to bring their love of cooking from their homes to the heart of Williamsburg….

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