The Parm in Williamsburg is just one big room divided in two by some latticework and shrubbery. On one side, there's a bar, and on the other there are some booths and tables. The ceilings are high, and it’s not exactly intimate, but this is a great place to eat some breaded chicken with friends. Grab a booth, and order some clams and mozzarella sticks for the table. The menu is mostly the same as those at the other Parm locations, with the exception of a Williamsburg-only prime rib sandwich. It costs $29, and it has enough salt and saturated fat to put you in a (very pleasant) food coma.