On Saturday eve, we slipped and slid our way through the snowy streets of Williamsburg to dine at the nifty neighborhood restaurant Rye.
The purveyors opted for restoring the space (which was once an old factory) as opposed to constructing something new.
The crowd is young and lively in the restaurant's dark, candlelit rooms making Rye the perfect escape from the wicked winter weather. Also perfect for this time of year? The restaurant's serious cocktail menu
and their hearty fare.
Meal highlights included this Scotch Egg
an out-of-this-world meatloaf sandwich
mac and cheese with bacon
pork belly and more.
The restaurant features no blazing signage so the building's simple facade might go unnoticed if you aren't looking for it. My advice? Seek it out. What's inside is certainly worth discovering.