East Williamsburg at a Glance
Drawing character from both of its neighbors of Williamsburg and Bushwick, East Williamsburg is said to be spearheading a real estate revolution that can be seen throughout much of the borough. Full of industrial spaces and warehouses, the neighborhood is also a hub for artists and creative minds drawn to its abundance of art galleries and music venues.
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One way to divvy up East Williamsburg from Williamsburg proper could be the views. Those visiting the latter generally make the waterfront a part of their itinerary, in order to take in the breathtaking Manhattan skyline, while East Williamsburg, no less visually captivating, wows for its eclectic artwork, residents, retail, and nightlife.
Moore Street Market
Historic public market featuring food vendors, specialty shops, and retail services.
Known for its famous pizza and industrial ambiance, this is an East Williamsburg must-try.