We had brunch in a restaurant/beer garden called "Radegast Hall Biergarten." The building is a reconverted candy factory. A huge amount of space with old-fashioned detail.
We were definitely outnumbered by the twenty and thirty something crowd but it did not matter. It was really enjoyable.
|This pic came out a little blurry-sorry.|
|It was like being outdoors even though we were inside.|
The building really was a work of art. There is nothing to me that is more beautiful and authentic then incorporating old with new.
Then we walked around and went into a barber shop/hair salon. Again old and new were so beautifully mixed together. We also went into a sweet shop. It seems to be the theme of Williamsburg. I think it is so great that all of the old world flavor was not taken away. All of these stores were on E. 3rd Street.
|You really felt like you were in a barber shop from the early 1900's.|
|So beautifully decorated.|
And then the delicious sweet shop.
|We tried these.......yummy!|
|A sampling of chocolates.|