New York Restaurants near Music Hall of Williamsburg

Our list of the best food near Music Hall of Williamsburg. Our top pick: Peter Luger Steak House.
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  • Music Hall of Williamsburg

    Music Hall of Williamsburg

    66 N 6th St
    Door times usually at 8PM.. Hosts larger indie rock concerts for the 18+ crowd. 600-person capacity.
    food nearby
  • Peter Luger Steak House

    Peter Luger Steak House

    178 Broadway
    M-Th 11:30AM–9:45PM, F-Sa 11:30AM–10:45PM, Su 1PM–9:45PM. Rated New York's No. 1 Steak House for 23 years in a row by Zagat! Located near the entrance to the Brooklyn side of the Williamsburg Bridge, this over 100-year-old establishment offers what many connoisseurs consider the best steak in America and it is priced as such. Reservations recommended.
    Williamsburg
  • Knitting Factory

    Knitting Factory

    361 Metropolitan Ave
    Door times usually at 7PM or 8PM. Bar open Mon-Fri 5PM to late, Sat + Sun 12PM to late. The legendary New York concert club moved from Manhattan to Williamsburg in 2009. Check a diverse blend of live music, comedy, and special events. Main room events are all ages, bar events 21+.
    Williamsburg
  • Veniero's Pasticceria & Caffe

    Veniero's Pasticceria & Caffe

    342 E 11th St
    A fun little Italian pastry shop, according to some. However, others think it's been riding on its reputation for 20-30 years.
    East Village
  • Glasslands Gallery

    Glasslands Gallery

    289 Kent Ave
    One of Williamsburg's many DIY event spaces. In the last couple of years it has become a direct competitor to the Mercury Lounge in Manhattan. All events 21+.
    Williamsburg
  • Café Mogador

    Café Mogador

    101 Saint Marks Pl
    Serves Moroccan, French, and Middle-Eastern cuisine, all dependably good. The cafe is especially popular for weekend brunch, but a very good breakfast/brunch is available every day of the week. More dishes are on the brunch menu on weekends, but you are likely to wait a half hour or more for weekend brunch during peak hours.
    East Village
  • Barcade

    Barcade

    388 Union Avenue
    Features at least 30-40 classic 70s and 80s arcade games, all for 25 cents! Also has 20 microbrews on tap and specialty beer nights.
    Williamsburg
  • Momofuku Ko

    Momofuku Ko

    163 1st Ave
    www.momofuku.com momofuku means lucky peach.
    East Village
  • Brooklyn Bowl

    Brooklyn Bowl

    61 Wythe Ave
    Rock. And Roll = 16 lanes bowling + live music + Blue Ribbon food + L.E.E.D. Certification
  • SEA

    SEA

    114 N 6th St
    The best Thai food in NYC in a romantic trendy atmosphere
    Williamsburg
  • Momofuku Noodle Bar

    Momofuku Noodle Bar

    171 1st Ave
    www.momofuku.com momofuku means lucky peach.
    East Village
  • Hearth

    Hearth

    403 E 12th St
    We are taking over the world, one glass of Riesling at a time.
    East Village
  • S'Mac

    S'Mac

    345 E 12th St
    S'MAC (short for Sarita's Macaroni & Cheese) is an exciting eatery located in the heart of Manhattan's East Village. We opened our doors on June 24, 2006. We specialize in, you guessed it, Macaroni & Cheese!
    East Village
  • Tree Bistro & Garden

    Tree Bistro & Garden

    190 1st Ave
    tree bistro
    East Village
  • Five Leaves

    Five Leaves

    18 Bedford Ave
    One of Greenpoint's most popular new restaurants. Great, original food, place with vintage feel and a cocktail bar across the street. Coffee to go sold out the window. This place is very popular, so prepare to wait a little.
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    Williamsburg
  • Starbucks

    910 Manhattan Ave
    We are the premier roaster and retailer of specialty coffee in the world since 1971.
    Sunny Side
  • wd-50

    wd-50

    50 Clinton St
  • Five Leaves

    Five Leaves

    18 Bedford Ave
  • El Almacén

    El Almacén

    557 Driggs Ave
    Parrilla argentina
    Williamsburg
  • Hearth

    Hearth

    403 E. 12th St.
    An upscale American restaurant strongly influenced by Italian cuisine. Hearth is open for dinner only. Expect to pay roughly $80/person, including wine. Reservations recommended.
    East Village
  • Cal Elliott's Rye Restaurant: a classic, casually elegant neighborhood restaurant with great food and great cocktails that offers something great for everyone, from an intimate dining experience to a festive group feast to a sandwich and beer at the bar.
    Williamsburg
  • Dressler

    Dressler

    149 Broadway
  • Marlow & Sons

    81 Broadway
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