USA Hotspot #4 & #5: Bagelsmith & Broken English
Today it’s all about food! Because nop, fashion bloggers don’t eat only macarons and cupcakes!
Today i’ll talk to you about a lunch place and a dinner/brunch place YOU HAVE to try out in Brooklyn.
Bagelsmith is located in Williamsburg – Brooklyn. It’s a really great area to spend the day, especially if it’s sunny out, perfect to walk around.
As you can guess, Bagelsmith is a bagel place, and who doesn’t LOVE bagels, right?
They have dozens of bagels recipies, but they also had at least 10 different cream cheeses
Blueberry cream cheese, bacon cream cheese, scallions cream cheese, sun dried tomatoes cream cheese, strawberry,…
I had never seen that, and honestly I wanted to try it all!
All the different bagels
I chose to make my own bagel, nothing fancy, just a smoked salmon with scallions cream cheese, lettuce, tomatoes, capers and a few red onions
Doesn’t it look SO yummy?
189 Bedford Ave
(between 6th St & 7th St)
Brooklyn, NY 11211
Broken English is a delicious Italian restaurant in Cobble Hill – Brooklyn.
The food was delicious, and the space is amazing! It’s a pretty big restaurant, with a huge window (that opens) with a view on the street.
The decoration is pretty cool, at least I really enjoyed it (I don’t know if you can see it, but all the chairs are different)
You also have an eye on the kitchen to see what’s going on, which I find always enjoyable.
(I know the restaurant is completely empty in the pictures, but we went to the restaurant to get dinner at 10PM, and usually, americans eat way earlier than that)
They also have a great brunch on sundays.
Ps: ask Naomi, BEST WAITRESS IN THE WORLD. Don’t forget to tip. Just saying.
68 Bergen St
(between Smith St & Boerum Pl)
Brooklyn, NY 11201