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April 29, 2016   WILLIAMSBURG. Mass brands, independent store franchises... Has Williamsburg fallen into gentrification? One trip down Bedford Avenue, past its parade of trendy restaurants, gleaming nightlife spots and American retailers in order to understand the New York City gentrification in its purest form. Despite this, Williamsburg has not exactly lost its charm entirely. There are the independent coffee houses, artisanal food boutiques and independent multi label boutiques. It is still more laidback than its glamorous sister, and a certain vibrancy. Pretentious or not, it is up to one to decide. 

Restaurants/Cafes:
Pate et Tradition52 Havemeyer Street, Brooklyn
Devoción, 69 Grand Street, Brooklyn
Tabare Restaurant, 221 S 1st Street, Brooklyn

Boutiques:
Scosha64 Grand Street, Brooklyn
Space Ninety 8 Urban Outfitters, 98 N 6th Street, Brooklyn


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