williamsburg waterfront

Feast and Frolic along the Williamsburg Waterfront
Williamsburg is undoubtedly one of Brooklyn's most sought after neighborhoods to live, work and play. Even if you're only in town for a weekend, you can still feel like a local hipster. There's always something going on along the waterfront, whether it's an outdoor market or a scheduled community event.

Both Smorgasburg (Saturdays) and the Brooklyn Flea (Sundays) take place along the water, giving spectators a stunning view of Manhattan. While Smorgasburg caters to foodies, with food carts and free samples along with hearty lunch plates, the Flea focuses on one-of-a-kind vintage items and unique antiques.

If you aren't visiting on a weekday, there are plenty of top-tier restaurants along the waterfront. One of the neighborhoods best restaurants, Peter Luger and Dressler, is located right underneath the bridge while another popular spot, Mole, serves up flavorful Tex-Mex fare.
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