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348 Wythe Ave (at S 2nd St)
Brooklyn, NY 11249
(347) 689-3594
$ $
Mon–Fri: Noon–4:00 PM Sat: 11:00 AM–3:30 PM Sun: 11:00 AM–3:30 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • The menu is strong on hearty takes on brunch classics like boudin noir sausage with egg chickpeas and cilantro toast; duck leg with yolk and sweet potato; and roasted eggs and mushrooms.
  • Theres a hippy, trippy kind of rough-hewn beauty to this Williamsburg outpost. The warm, rustic lodge aesthetic matches the inventive dishes on the constantly changing menu.
  • Urban woodsman meets country kitchen. They describe Isas rustic fare as modern primitive: Expect sardine fillets served with their fried skeletons and a treviso salad with a vegan nut dressing.
  • A bold claim, but this might be the best brunch in Williamsburg. The breakfast pizza, ricotta pancakes, avo sando and the whitefish are good starting points.
  • Recommended dishes: Sardine, tartare, chanterelle and pig ear, white beet and apple salad, pig tail, broth, calamari, cod, duck, rib-eye.
  • Amazing staff, scallops are delicious! Bring wine no liquor license yet!
  • Try chef Igancio Mattos rib eye, so tender its served with a table knife. Its one of our #100best dishes and drinks of 2011.
  • The coziest restaurant on a quiet street in Williamsburg. Wood burning oven (always get the special pizza), and a rotating menu with seasonal ingredients. Everything was delicious.
  • Perfect for date night and for sharing appetizers. They have an amazing variety of flavorful appetizers. The daily pizza has great ingredients and the dough is light and fluffy!
  • The bathroom is awesome. Plan a trip.
  • Unassuming, great cocktail program-- yes please!
  • Make a full meal for 2 out of just appetizers:: Arugula salad with olives, fried artichokes and lemon. Wood fired mussels. And last but not least, the pork and beef meatballs in a spicy marinara
  • Take a few friends and order the WHOLE menu. Power move, you guys.
  • Most amazing, trippy, geometric bathroom
  • new spot from Taavo Somer (Freemans, Peels).
  • The baked eggs with polenta, tomatoes, and parmesan is incredible
  • One of the only places in the hood that is oddly strict about reservations. Call ahead, and don't plan on walking in, especially on a Friday or Saturday night
  • Breakfast pizza is unreal
  • Love that the cocktails are named using Back to the Future references.
  • Easily the best meal I've had in Williamsburg. Drinks were overpriced but food was amazing. Had tomato mint soup, arugula avocado and sprout salad, and the goat cheese and spinach tortellini. GO!