Photographer: Mon amour
MY FOOD GUIDE TO WILLIAMSBURG, NEW YORK. Johan and I had so much fun eating our way through Williamsburg during our last trip to New York. I have spent a lot of time discovering Manhattan during the last 9 years but I haven’t spent much time at all in Williamsburg so this time around I thought that it’s time to change that so we checked in to The Williamsburg Hotel and spent most of our 7 days in the city discovering Williamsburg to really experience what this area has to offer in terms of food. So here you have 20 spots in Williamsburg that you need to discover during your next trip to New York. This area truly has so much to offer!
Café Colette – Such a neat place with great brunch dishes.
Five Leaves – My favourite spot for brunch in Williamsburg, their ricotta pancakes are divine.
Harvey – Great interiors, serving yummy brunch food, loved their french toast.
Sunday in Brooklyn – Wonderful spot for brunch, great ambience.
Le Barricou – Love love their pancakes.
Café Mogador – Amazing moroccan brunch.
Bakeri – This bakery is adorable and serves delicious coffee.
Lella Alimentari – Lovely spot for breakfast and great coffee.
Gotan – Loving their ricotta toast.
Sey Coffee – Really delicious iced coffee and cappuccinos.
Toby’s Estate Coffee – Great spot for coffee.
Devocion – Delicious coffee and pastries, be sure to try their doughnuts.
Roberta’s Pizza – The best pizza in New York can be found here.
Lilia – Some of the best pasta I have eaten in New York was found right here.
Olea – One of the best places to eat tapas in Brooklyn.
Llama Inn – One of the best Peruvian restaurants in New York.
Maison premiere – The best seafood in Williamsburg.
Zenkichi – Be sure to get the omakase and try their sake flight.
Caracas Arepa Bar – Absolutely delicious Venezuelian food.
El Almacén – Amazing fish tacos, ceviche de hamachi and avocado fries.
Wearing my new corduroy pants from Patagonia
I loved this place so so much!
The streets of Williamsburg, truly charming!
The ricotta pancakes dreams are made of! (The ones at Five Leaves are the best)
Williamsburg also have some of the best views over the Manhattan skyline
I absolutely loved this spot!
Enjoying the absolutely divine Italian food at Lilia
The focaccia at Lilia was out of this world divine! Still dreaming about it..
Wearing my tweed coat from Purdey and R&M William shoes
The delicious french toast at Harvey at The Williamsburg Hotel.
The ambiance at Lilia was so good!
Rustic and charming, how I would describe Williamsburg
Great flavours in the food at Café Colette
Thinking about what I should eat next..
The creamy capp at Bakeri was on point and their pastry game as well
Great spot for brunch