249 Grand St
A fantastic store in Williamsburg with so much amazing local art, and traditional heritage pieces. The store owner is quite a lovely guy, and very helpful.
Baked In Brooklyn
755 5th Ave
An actual bread factory connected to a store than sells it's delicious breads, cookies, donuts and cupcakes, very cheap and the place smells so good you'll want a candle with Baked in Brooklyn's scent
109 Boerum Pl
Buffalo Exchange is my fav used clothes, consignment, thrifty store! I've to the ones in Manhattan and D.C. but I must say I love the shops in Brooklyn best. They have everything for ur hipster needs
801 Washington Ave
A good neighborhood grocery store. Not many prices are not marked, but pretty reasonable. Also many organic items available for reasonable prices, with the exception of 21 dollar peanut butter...
75 Front St
Free design services with furniture purchases!
Bedford Cheese Shop
229 Bedford Ave
Local and imported treats!
1 Beard St
Maybe the happiest place on earth, IKEA in Brooklyn has everything you need in a well-laid out and fun setup
Rough Trade NYC
64 N 9th St
Record store/ music venue. Enough said. But, seriously...check it out if you're in Williamsburg. Maybe you'll even run into James Franco (who happens to be a frequent visitor)
Barnes & Noble
106 Court St
Bk Wine Depot
216 Hoyt St
It's the weekend, bring a bottle home or to the party.
Brooklyn Running Company
222 Grand St
More than just a store, they've built a community under the Williamsburg bridge. I love their seasonal pub run in the winter and their weekly runs always end with beer and great conversation.
56 Court St
Ok, curvy and even tall mamas! Shop here for the latest, before the trends styles! Dresses, skirts, blouses, pants, blazers, leggings, the works. I even brought some fab bootie wedges for $25
Tip of the Tongue
43 Lincoln Rd
Great coffee, breakfast and treats. Love the Bacon and Gruyere scone! Nice little spot in Brooklyn near Prospect Park.
Calivella Bakery & Piquetead
164 Wyckoff Ave
Colombian bakery in Bushwick! Chicharones, papas rellenas, dulces. Cheap rich food with an ethnic feel which is so sweet.
Happens once a year in the Atlantic Avenue. All the shops on the street as well as other local businesses in Brooklyn sell their items, food, drinks, and there's music performances. So much fun
584 Driggs Ave
As soon as you exit the dreary L train, your eyes meet this gorgeously decorated and small cafe. It sells excellent coffee, beautiful French macaroons and fresh pastries all day.
Mast Brothers Chocolate
111 N 3rd St
Gourmet, killer chocolate bars. Beautiful shop aesthetically as well. And they usually give samples!
G. G. Nix
191 Central Avenue
A great place for men's vintage. I love their t-shirt selection.
497-501 Fulton St
Huge sale going on thru the 15th!
Bed Stuy Fresh & Local
210 Patchen Ave
I love this place! It's so nice to have a food co-op with local and seasonal produce, a juice bar, craft beer, and other organic groceries in Bed Stuy. Definitely shop here if you live in the area!
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