Tucked away in an unobtrusive location beneath the Williamsburg Bridge, Marlow & Sons is a fantastic Brooklyn bodega which serves as a cosy, casual cafe by day, and a dimly lit, intimate restaurant by night. Furnished with long communal tables, battered wood paneling, and mirrors, the saloon-style decor creates a warm and inviting dining space for Brooklyn’s fashionable crowd. Nestled behind a storefront in the up-and-coming trendy Williamsburg neighborhood, Marlow & Sons has been turning heads for its flavoursome, seasonally-inspired menu of contemporary American flavours. Owner Andrew Talbot and Head Chef Sean Rembold source their ingredients from the finest local artisanal suppliers. Stop in for breakfast and indulge in sweet scones with cream and jam, or their super-sticky sweet buns; while the lunch and dinner specialties include chicken liver pate, wild leek and goat cheese tart, the perfectly tender brick chicken, and the tortilla Española which are the highlights of the savoury menu. Locally grown greens feature in their fresh and delicious dandelion salad and ramp purée. The mouthwatering caramel and chocolate tart with sea salt offers an exquisite finish to this highly enjoyable dining experience. Sample a taste from Marlow & Sons’ boutique wine and champagne list, or their creative menu of expertly-crafted cocktails. Marlow & Sons also runs an organic-focused delicatessen at the front of the restaurant, so make sure you pick up some treats on your way home. This is one of our favourite local gem dining spots in New York, not to be missed.