Bar & Restaurant
Just a quick subway ride from Manhattan--one stop on the L, in fact--is home to the epicenter of the New York City's cultural, creative, and culinary scene. Even with the recent popularity of this neighborhood with the plaid-wearing-mustached hipster movement, Williamsburg, Brooklyn retains its edge. Close to the East River and between heavily foot-trafficked Kent and Wythe Avenues is this industrial raw space. With entrance right off of the street, including a full-sized garage door, concrete floors, and super high ceilings, the space is extremely versatile. Restaurants like La Esquina and La Nonna, shops like ACME Studios, Baggu, and J Crew are all under two-blocks away. And transportation is easy with the East River Ferry and the Bedford Avenue subway stop.