Restaurants, American Williamsburg
Photograph: Virginia Rollison Allswell

Chef-owner Nate Smith, who earned his gastropub stripes at the Spotted Pig, breaks out on his own with this laid-back Williamsburg tavern. The 47-seat space is done up with a reclaimed pine bar, vintage wallpaper in different patterns and brass-hunting-horn chandeliers with matching sconces. Choose from chefly bar grub (like smoked-trout spread or spicy pork-stuffed pastry rounds); heartier dishes (such as roasted lamb or shellfish stew); and greens (including a chicory salad with figs and pomegranate). The drinks list takes a locavore slant with small-production wines and craft beers on tap, plus a selection of market-driven cocktails.


Venue name: Allswell
Address: 124 Bedford Ave
New York
Cross street: at North 10th St
Opening hours: Tue–Sun 5pm–3:30am
Transport: Subway: L to Bedford Ave
Price: Average main course: $22. MC, V
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When you are in search of brunch on a Sunday in Williamsburg this place should always pop into your mind. Why?...well good food, newspapers and....usually no wait! Plus who doesn't like burgers and fries for breakfast. The fried chicken burger is enormous, crunchy and full of tasty goodness. The beef is good too but my wife thought the chicken was better so I didn't fight it. All the food looks yummy; service is quick and it is an all round pleasant place to be.