Top 5 High End Restaurants in Williamsburg

If you are looking for the best things to do in New York next month, don’t miss out on visiting one of the top high-end restaurants in Williamsburg. You’ll find that these choices have a combination of delectable dishes, atmosphere with ambiance, and service that is personalized and impeccable.


Located near the Williamsburg Bridge, Barano offers Southern Italy fare like Black and White Tagliatelle and Whole Branzino — all under Chef Al Di Meglio’s attention to detail. Their focus is on old world cooking adapted to modern tastes. All pasta is made on-site, mozzarella is hand-pulled and made in-house, and they use an open grill as well as a wood-burning oven.

• 26 Broadway, Brooklyn.

Peter Luger Steakhouse

Found on Broadway, this Michelin Star steakhouse is ideal for someone who enjoys a perfect cut of beef. Peter Luger Steakhouse has on-site dry aging and family members still pick out their selection by visiting wholesale markets in-person. If you’re looking for the best, try their porterhouse. They also serve lamb and salmon and have daily luncheon specials like Roast Prime Ribs of Beef.

178 Broadway, Brooklyn.

The Four Horsemen

With menu items like Brick Sasso Chicken, Montauk Fluke and natural wines, The Four Horsemen is a dining establishment with delicacies for the food connoisseur. You’ll find this sophisticated restaurant on Grand Street. It’s a relaxed atmosphere with food done to perfection.

295 Grand Street, Brooklyn.


Head over to Union Avenue to check out Lilia. This eatery offers an intimate ambiance and features wood-fired seafood, hand crafted pastas, classic Italian cocktails and warm hospitality. Try their Sheep’s Milk Cheese Filled Agnolotti or Ricotta Gnocchi.

• 567 Union Ave, Brooklyn.

Llama Inn

For a Peruvian experience, you won’t find better than Llama Inn. Peruvian fare like Red Snapper and Beef Cheek are perfectly paired with one of the many cocktails you can take up to the rooftop. Check out the Touch of Evil or Llama del Rey. Llama Inn is on Withers Street and has a great view from the aforementioned rooftop experience.

50 Withers St, Brooklyn

Find It All in Williamsburg

Whether you love Italian food, steaks or want to try something more exotic, Williamsburg has something for everything when it comes to fine dining experiences.

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