Bedford Avenue and Lafayette Avenue have a G train stop for movement inside Brooklyn only. Take the G north towards Court Square getting off on the Metropolitan/Lorimer stop for underground connection to the L train or to visit Williamsburg.
Bedford Avenue is a row of quintessential Williamsburg shops and eateries. Good for a stroll and time with the family or friends. You'll find so many good cafes, restaurants and shopping,
Bedford Ave. on the North and South side of Williamsburg is full of clothing stores, restaurants, and bars.
The morning commutes are CRAZY during the week from about 7:30am-10pm. Plan at least 15 minutes of extra travel time in the instance that you may not be able to get on the first 2 trains that pass by due to the floods of people. For some personal entertainment, take some funny instagram story videos…
Williamsburg's most happening street, great for people watching and fashion spotting.
“For me it's most convinient place for buying food because it's more reasonable than Whole Foods but still have fancy stuff.”
“this place has both coin & wash n fold services please feel free to use the detergent's stored in the apt”