Today was a high of 38 degrees in the great borough of Brooklyn. Not to be out done by the weather, we headed to Williamsburg to rummage through some cool antiques and take our chances on some artisanal cheeses.
- Mighty Quinn's: If the line is any indication of how great the food is, it's this place. It is worth the time to stay in the line. MQ's is arguably one of the best mainstream barbecue places in NYC. I strongly suggest the pulled pork or the brisket sandwiches.
- S'More Bakery: The deserts are pricey, with a stuffed gingersnap costing $2, but well worth it. If you are a foodie, and deserts are your thing, you should definitely check out this place. There are lots of home made s'mores and baked cookies.
- Red Hook Lobster Pound: Because, let's be honest, hot buttery lobster on a toasted bun in the winter time is probably the best reminder that there is a summer.
- Smorgasburg is always lacking racial diversity but never lacking t-shirt diversity. I say avoid the 'vintage t-shirt' sections at all cost. Some can cost you as much as $100 when Williamsburg is full of good thrift stores just around the corner.