#TheGrind: Williamsburg is a Hop, Skip, and a Jump Away
For this week’s installment of #TheGrind, we’re back in Brooklyn. For those of us who don’t live in the borough, we know just how much of a task getting to Brooklyn can sometimes be. We have an alternative for that, granted the L Train is running! Williamsburg is a neighborhood hot spot in Brooklyn that isn’t too hard to get to filled with bars, restaurants, lounges, and so much more.
“In Quinoa We Trust.” Looking for a healthier option for lunch or just in the mood to try something new? Quinoa Kitchen has you covered. With a variety of quinoa bowls, fresh juices and smoothies AND burgers, you’ll certainly find exactly what you’re looking for.
Forma is a pasta factory for the pasta lovers. Made fresh to order, Forma also has daily specials for each day of the week like: lasgna Sunday, ravioli Tuesday and agnolotti Wednesday just to name a few. What’s so cool about Forma is the huge glass that allows you to see the chefs crafting these signature pastas right in front of you.
14 Bedford Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11222
North 3rd Street Market
North 3rd Street Market is perfect for people who need variety. It’s Williamsburg’s first indoor year-round food hall and retail market. This market features permanent and pop-up concepts so you never know what you’ll find when you come here. Sushi, sandwiches, burgers, pizza, salads, desserts, juice bars, and so much more are offered at this market. If you love variety and hate eating the same thing, this is a lunch Move for you.