Ends Meat makes some seriously good sandwiches. Sure, Hometown does too - but sometimes you don’t feel like eating a huge mound of brisket or pastrami. And that’s when you should go to Ends Meat. Their beef neck sandwich has caramelized onions, thin slices of beef layered on top of one another, and just enough Thousand Island dressing to make its presence known. The first time we ate it, we immediately walked back over and asked where they get their (charred, crispy, fluffy) bread. “We make it,” they said. And that’s another reason why you should eat here.
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Noods n’ Chill
Noods n’ Chill is a tiny counter-service spot where you’ll find the best Thai food in Williamsburg. Try it for a quick and excellent weeknight meal.
Off the main stretch in Williamsburg is Aurora - a place charming enough for a First/Early in the Game Date.
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The Daisy is an Upper East Side restaurant and cocktail bar that serves American-ish food that you’ve likely already tried before and know you like.
Sayra’s Wine Bar
Sayra’s is a nice little wine bar in Rockaway Beach with bar food that’s more upscale than most of the other places in the area.
David Burke Kitchen
David Burke Kitchen is not the place to have an incredible farm-to-table experience.
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Morgan’s BBQ is some of the best barbecue you can get without having to go down to Red Hook for Hometown.
Ladies and gentlemen, we have a new favorite BBQ spot. Situated inside what used to be an old auto body shop, this gutted garage is raging every night of the week.
Holy Ground is a below-ground Tribeca spot that looks like an old-school steakhouse, but actually specializes in slow smoked meats.
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