Style Destination

Style destination: Brooklyn, New York

Style destination: Brooklyn, New York Author: Style At Home

Style Destination

Style destination: Brooklyn, New York


Associate editor Amanda Etty reveals her go-to hot spots in Brooklyn, New York for eating, shopping and staying the night. With its industrial, vintage style it's a borough you'll want to discover.

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Style destination: Brooklyn, New York

Where to stay: Wythe Hotel

This former barrel-making factory nails that elusive warm, industrial-style feel with lofty rooms, reclaimed wood, soaring windows and vintage-style wallpaper. If you don’t stay here, hang out on the rooftop bar, The Ides, which offers refreshing cocktails and stunning views of Manhattan. 80 Wythe Ave., wythehotel.com.

By: Amanda Etty Source: Adrian Gaut Credits: Style at Home

Style destination: Brooklyn, New York

Where to eat: Egg

Indulge in a Southern-style farm-to-table (seriously, the restaurant has its own farm in Oak Hill, N.Y.) breakfast, served all day, every day. If you’re really hungry, try the Eggs Rothko: an easy-cooked egg in a slice of brioche, topped with Grafton cheddar. Tip: Visit Mast Brothers Chocolate next door to check out the factory and pick up a Brooklyn Blend bar to bring home. 109 N. 3rd St., eggrestaurant.com.

By: Amanda Etty Source: Amanda Etty Credits: Style at Home

Style destination: Brooklyn, New York

Where to eat: Roberta's

An offbeat atmosphere and fantastic wood-fired pizza with a pillowy crust make Roberta’s a cult favourite in Brooklyn. Although I hardly stray from my go-to margherita pzza, I ordered the Baby Sinclair and had no regrets! 261 Moore St., robertaspizza.com.

By: Amanda Etty Source: Roberta's Credits: Style at Home

Style destination: Brooklyn, New York

Where to shop: Moon River Chattel

This neat shop offers vintage pieces and simple housewares that are equal parts fetching and functional. Its well-worn aesthetic and country decor feel quaint and relaxed – you’ll lose track of time and place while you’re browsing. 62 Grand St., moonriverchattel.com.

By: Amanda Etty Source: Amanda Etty Credits: Style at Home

Style destination: Brooklyn, New York

Where to shop: Brooklyn Flea and Smorgasburg

Explore the Brooklyn Flea and you’re sure to scoop up some vintage gems. Then, eat your way through Smorgasburg, the Flea’s food market, featuring around 100 vendors. Don’t miss the Japanese short rib taco from Takumi Taco and the lemon poppy seed doughnut from Dough. 50 Kent Ave., brooklynflea.com.

By: Amanda Etty Source: Emilie Simpson Credits: Style at Home

Style destination: Brooklyn, New York

Where to shop: Joinery

Joinery’s bricks and mortar store is curated and amazing (I’d longingly admired its wares online before visiting). Shop for clothing, jewellery and lovely home goods, as well as Brazilian blankets and rugs sourced by owner Angela Silva. 263 S. 1st St., joinerynyc.com.

By: Amanda Etty Source: Joinery Credits: Style at Home

 

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Style Destination

Style destination: Brooklyn, New York