Summer Loving in Brooklyn

This summer has been the most fun.  I’ve been up to so much I don’t even know where to begin.  I just got back from an amazing summer vacation – it was a little bit city, a little bit country, and a little bit cottage – the ultimate mix of joy.  First stop was NYC with the boy and a group of friends.  We stayed in Williamsburg and explored a whole lot of Brooklyn including food and artist markets, vintage shops, hidden gem bars, and delicious restaurants.
For this post, I’ll show you the Brooklyn part – markets, cool bars, and delicious food.  Stay tuned, more to follow. JD

View from our Air BnB condo in Williamsburg

The Brookyln Flea – great vintage and antique finds. My top c/o StyleMint. Hat Joe Fresh, Bag vintage Coach

Artists & Fleas indoor market – lots of jewelry

Great handmade bathing suits at Artist & Fleas

Thrifting at Beacon’s Closet

Beacon’s ClosetTchoup Shop – mouth watering New Orleans grub

Smorgasburg – a delicious food market. Same spot as the Brooklyn Flea, but a different day

Mexican fare from The Fat Beagle

Afternoon beer at Radegast Hall & Biergarten – so amazing and authentic

Marlow & Sons – AWESOME little restaurant. Obsessed with the cottage-inspired decor

Marlow Goods – cool stuff for sale in the restaurant

If you’re not into Air BnB but want to stay somewhere cool in Brooklyn, I highly recommend Whythe Hotel – we took a little tour and it was nothing short of spectacular coolness.



Filed under Places To Go, Style

4 responses to “Summer Loving in Brooklyn

  1. Ahmahkyah

    Beacon’s Closet is it SHIZZLE!!! Love that place and now I have learned about a few others. Thanks for the post.

  2. I’ve been meaning to do an Air BnB Brooklyn trip – this all looks like perfection! Looking back here for tips when I make it :)

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