The Hoxton is one of the growing number of hotels in north Williamsburg, and Klein’s is the restaurant on the bottom floor. Its menu is your usual mix of American and Mediterranean, and while it isn’t too exciting, the food is all pretty solid. So if you need a cool, semi-upscale place for a burger or steak tartare in Williamsburg, try this place. The ceilings are high, there’s a big bar and an outdoor seating area, and it’s a good spot to bring some clients who want to see what Williamsburg is like.
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Bonnie's Grill is a great neighborhood spot with a full menu of divey bar food classics. However, we still need better options for wings in the city, and Bonnie's doesn't quite make the cut.
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Walter's has mastered the art of the perfect neighborhood restaurant. Plus, we're pretty sure it's named after a dog.
Head spinning after a long day of getting dragged around Soho with the female? Find salvation in a crisp Blue Point Toasted Lager draft and steak frites at Jane. It’ll help restore the equilibrium. The predecessor to fratty East Village favorite, The Smith, Jane is its slightly more sophisticated older sister.
The Meatball Shop
The are a bunch of Meatball Shops in the city, and they’re all good for a casual meal. As you probably guessed, you’ll be eating meatballs here.
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Marlow & Sons is one of the original modern Brooklyn restaurants, and it’s still one of the best places to eat in the city.
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