Best Restaurants in Williamsburg, Greenpoint, and Bushwick

Best Restaurants in Williamsburg, Greenpoint, and Bushwick

Photo of Free Williamsburg

Check out the best of the best in Brooklyn.

19 Places
Sort by: Recently Added
    You’ll feel like you’ve been invited to a farmhouse in Vermont, until you taste the brick oven pizza which will transport you to Italy. Many ingredients are grown on premises in the garden outside.
    Like
    Collect
    Leave a reply...
    Our favorite Australian/American Café sits right on the border of Greenpoint and Williamsburg and serves eclectic food at all hours of the day.
    Like
    Collect
    Leave a reply...
    The only place in New York where we don’t mind waiting 45 minutes to eat pizza. It’s that good. (Plus we can always meander next door for craft beer at Brouwerij Lane while we wait.)
    Like
    Collect
    Leave a reply...
    The stand-out dish at this deep Greenpoint newcomer is the rabbit for two. (It’s amazing). But Glasserie aims to please and serves many Mediterranean-inspired vegetarian dishes as well, such as Rice with yogurt, hen of the woods & toasted nuts.
    Like
    Collect
    Leave a reply...
    Sweet Chick is the brainchild of John Seymour who also owns Pop’s of Brooklyn. The menu offers classic soul food staples (all organic) such as roasted pork tenderloin, dry-aged rib eye, & grilled fish in addition to chicken & waffles.
    Like
    Collect
    Leave a reply...
    Located near the rustic Williamsburg Bridge, when you step into Diner, which inhabits a refurbished 1926-dining car, you’re immediately transported to another era.
    Like
    Collect
    Leave a reply...
    Yet another reason to travel to the Graham Avenue stop, Mesa Coyoacan has amazing, inventive Mexican food that is among the best we’ve had in all five boroughs.
    Like
    Collect
    Leave a reply...
    This place wins for best atmosphere and for the best place to take a date. Dark, shadowy and filled with mirrors and hidden rooms, you’ll feel like you’re in a 40s film noir. Plus the Japanese tapas served here are great.
    Like
    Collect
    Leave a reply...
    A very eclectic and delicious menu for experimental eaters who love their pork and shellfish.
    Like
    Collect
    Leave a reply...
    The sausages are cheap and the best we’ve had in the city. If you’re interested in an entree, we recommend the Spicy Hungarian Goulash and Dumplings or the Grilled Smoked Pork Chop.
    Like
    Collect
    Leave a reply...
    St. Anselm reopened in 2011 with an all-new menu and the difference shows. From the owners of Spuyten Duyvil and Fette Sau, St. Anselm is now an essential Williamsburg dining experience.
    Like
    Collect
    Leave a reply...
    Brooklyn Star serves up comfort food with a Nawlins twist. Must have dishes include the Molasses Brined Pork Chop and their fantastic fried chicken. Their brunch is very popular and offers up a mean bloody mary.
    Like
    Collect
    Leave a reply...
Join Discussion
Leave a comment...
“A travel gem - I will be planning all of my trips with it alone.”
Download Citymaps to see how it can help you today.
Will be used in accordance with our Privacy Policy
3.33.2-4