Built in 1903 to link Williamsburg and the Lower East Side, this steel-frame suspension bridge helped transform the area into a teeming...
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Marlow & Sons
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85 Broadway at Berry St · interesting places nearby
It’s easy to roll your eyes over this hipster HQ, made from a well-preserved 1920s Kullman dining car, but why bother? Diner is surprisingly good. Menus for brunch and dinner are refreshingly brief, and added to by daily specials (such as braised duck or lamb shanks, plus at least one fish and veggie option), which staff hand-write on your paper ‘table cloth.’ It’s likely your waiter may be worn out at weekend brunch (which is great for its specials, like rhubarb pancakes) as drinks flow nightly till 2am.