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Williamsburg is known for being a sort of hipster capital of New York, but as one of Brooklyn's largest neighborhoods, Williamsburg actually has a diverse population with enclaves representing many cultures and ethnicities -- including lots of hipsters. Williamsburg is also something of a foodie Mecca. Some of the best and most exciting new restaurants in New York are tucked into this neighborhood. Whether you're looking for some cheap grub or something swanky and stylish, you'll find it here. Use our New York Restaurant search tool to browse Williamsburg dining options.

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Bedford Avenue is Williamsburg's epicenter of cool. Along this street, you'll find uber hip cafes and bars from which you can sit back and enjoy the people watching. Stop in Pt Restaurant for mid-priced, high quality Italian food and wine. Maison Premiere is another Bedford Avenue favorite, serving New Orleans-style cajun and featuring an absinthe tower at the bar. The north side of Williamsburg has a concentrated Polish population. To the south, the ethnic background is largely Caribbean. Williamsburg also has large Hasidic Jewish and Italian populations, and all these communities bring their traditional foods to New York restaurants and delis. On summer weekends, check out the Smorgasburg, a local food market at the East River State Park. Peter Luger Steak House is a New York dining bucket list item. Not just one of the best restaurants in New York, Peter Luger is consistently ranked among the best in the world. Plan as far ahead as you can to score a reservation here. Use our New York Restaurant search tool to sift through Williamsburg restaurants, read reviews, and sort by price and rating.

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