Williamsburg at a Glance
Arguably the trendiest neighborhood in Brooklyn, Williamsburg is filled with stylish restaurants, hip bars, and endless live music options. As such, tourists from around the world flock to visit its hip retail corridors, amazing waterfront views, and boutique hotels. But the neighborhood is not just a tourist destination. The diverse resident mix includes young professionals, immigrant communities, and a large Hasidic Jewish population.
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East River Ferry
Once a neighborhood packed with industrial warehouses, Williamsburg is better known now for its nightlife scene and trendy retail and restaurant offerings. Many new apartment buildings and high-rises dot the waterfront, which features a number of world-class parks and open spaces.
Sitting on the site of the former Domino Sugar Refinery, this public park spans a quarter mile along the East River waterfront.
Peter Luger Steakhouse
Yes, that world-famous steakhouse.