More Than Just Raw Juice: Tiny Empire
In the hubbub of Williamsburg, Tiny Empire's small, pristine space is where people who like juice stop in for a healthy drink in a creative environment. The shop's artistic ambiance stems from owner Anthony Spadaro's alternative youth. "I was part...
Summers Juice and Coffee
For those looking for a healthy alternative to common New York fare like pizza and bagels, a crop of juice bars have popped up across the city. Just over the Williamsburg Bridge lies Summer's Juice and Coffee, an independently owned juice bar with...
Up a set of steep stairs behind an easy-to-miss door in South Williamsburg, you'll find Hickoree's Floor Two shop. Best known for its celebrated online store, the physical incarnation carries a fine selection of menswear and home goods of the likes...
Marlow & Sons
Tucked beneath the Williamsburg Bridge, deep in the Brooklyn neighborhood's southside, Marlow & Sons is a culinary staple for many New Yorkers. With a famed selection of wines, cheeses, oysters and desserts, they rarely serve a less than stellar meal...
Street Museum of Art
With its inaugural public arts project, "In Plain Sight," the The Street Museum of Art (SMoA) is challenging the notion of sequestering street art to a museum by bringing the museum out to the streets. Featuring work from artists like Sweet Toot...
To properly experience Brooklyn-based designer Caitlin Mociun's new Williamsburg store is to take a moment to explore each of the unusual clusters of objects that adorn the display tables, window sills and floor areas. Mociun wants you to peer into...
Wythe Hotel
Housed in a renovated factory building on the Williamsburg waterfront, the Wythe Hotel marks the long-due maturation of the booming Brooklyn neighborhood. The place embraces local flavor by blending grungy industrial looks with luxe hospitality...