“The owners are dog lovers, and love that customers have the option to dine with their pets"
"I love to go for breakfast at Cafe Colette in Williamsburg; they make amazing coffee.
I love how seriously New Yorkers take their coffee."
Despite the menu here skewing toward healthy, wholesome dishes, its fries do not disappoint. A pile of shoestring-cut potaotes cooked in red chili oil is seasoned with a generous grind of pepper, then topped with several sprigs of rosemary.
13. Cafe Colette
This street-corner spot has a retro French bistro vibe, with a cozy garden dining room. The garlic herb fries with red chile oil are a must-order.
If you land an invitation to one of Zeb Stewart’s parties, be ready for an abrupt transition from the cold commotion of the street to the warm chaos of the Williamsburg bar owner’s Bushwick abode.
“Cafes and restaurants in New York are so beautiful that they sometimes look like cinema sets...oh and the chicken salad at Cafe Colette is to die for!”