Bar & Restaurant
Williamsburg has seen quite the transformation since the late 1990s. Once a European enclave, it's now a world center for contemporary art, music, fashion, and cuisine. Packed with lovely side streets and low-rise buildings, locals and tourists frequent this neighborhood to get a major dose of Brooklyn culture. On the corner of Roebling Street and Metropolitan Avenue, this converted warehouse has been around since 1907. Just a few steps up from the busy street, this 3,100 square-foot space has all of the old-school atmosphere one would expect from Williamsburg. In fact, it was formerly a vintage furniture store. High ceilings, hardwood floors, exposed brick, and floor-to-ceiling windows give the space a bright, airy feel. There are plenty of bars, cafes, boutiques, and restaurants, like Pies n’ Thighs nearby. And right next door is the popular Roebling Tea Room. Four blocks away is the L/G train Lorimer subway stop.