Where to Grab a Bite During the Northside Festival

Northside's Back! (image via NorthsideFestival.com)
image via NorthsideFestival.com

Music, art and tech-lovers will be filling the streets of North Brooklyn this week for the annual Northside Festival. The festival itself has grown exponentially in the past eight years. It’s now separated into four elements: Innovation, Content (taking the place of Film), Art, and Music, all happening over the course of six days, from today (Monday, June 6th) until Sunday the 12th. Here are some coffee shops and restaurants to check out within a block or two of the big Greenpoint venues!

McCarren Park/Bar Matchless

image via fiveleavesny.com
image via fiveleavesny.com

Frankel’s
Charlotte Patisserie
Five Leaves
Sauvage
Park Luncheonette
Enid’s
Urban Rustic
Berry Park
Upstate Stock

St. Vitus:
Milk & Roses
Le Fanfare
Ashbox
Glasserie
Lobster Joint

 

Brooklyn Expo Center/House of Vans:

The burger at Jimmy's II (image via jimmysgpoint.com)
image via jimmysgpoint.com

Vittles
Littleneck Outpost
Greenpoint Ale & Beer
Northern Territory
Jimmy’s Diner II
Le Gamin

Pete’s Candy Store
Battery Harris
Jimmy’s Diner I

About Siobhan Wallace

Siobhan Wallace is a freelance writer & editor. She co-founded the food blog Blondie & Brownie in 2008 and co-authored "New York à la Cart: Recipes and Stories from the Big Apple's Best Food Trucks" (Running Press, 2013).

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