Brunch and bike away the day and lounge and drink away the night in this infinitely hip warehouse-turned-loft Brooklyn neighborhood. New York City’s top spot for looking awesome while ordering beers that come in a tall can, Williamsburg is a food, drink, and music lover’s paradise. This ultra-trendy neighborhood completes its super cool repertoire with alternative-looking street art and two-story murals.See 2533 places to stay Save this neighborhood
Williamsburg: Brooklyn's First Trendsetter
Williamsburg is one of Brooklyn's most popular and exciting neighborhoods. It straddles old and new. You can explore the lively arts, music, and boutique scene here, chill in numerous cafes, dine in some exceptional restaurants — and soak up the creative energy and unique vibe."
A Glimpse of Williamsburg Wares
Williamsburg is a very cool area with loads of great bars and restaurants, and Manhattan is only a few stops away on the subway"
Visited in 2012
Williamsburg's Repurposed Industry
In the last ten years, Williamsburg has evolved from a mostly industrial warehouse neighborhood into an enclave of vintage boutiques, foodie eats, electronic music venues and Michelin restaurants."
By Board or Bike: Williamsburg Gets Around
Williamsburg is such a cool place to live- only ten minutes with subway from Manhattan, so it was no problem coming back and forth. We can really recommend going to the Brooklyn Flea."
Visited in 2012
High Energy After Dark
Airbnb works with local photographers to capture the spirit of neighborhoods all around the world. The photography on this page includes work by:
Youngna Park is a photographer and multimedia producer based in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. In 2011, she co-produced the feature-length dance music video, "Girl Walk // All Day", with her husband (and fellow Airbnb photographer), Jacob Krupnick. Her photography is intertwined with the narratives of daily life, and highly influenced by the relationship between nature and urban spaces. Shooting for Airbnb was a great reminder of how wonderful and serendipitous meandering walks around NYC can be.
Kenn Tam is a Canadian photographer living and working in New York City's Manhattan, that specializes in portraits and street photography. And yes, he was that high school year book guy with a 50mm lens for a face.