Dig your toes into the sand at Brooklyn Surf Bar in Williamsburg

Brooklyn Surf Bar is in the lively neighborhood of Williamsburg. Going to this bar will give you the impression of being on the beach, away from New York. Let me tell you about my experience here.

What is the decoration and atmosphere of the Brooklyn Surf Bar?

The first thing you will notice when entering the bar is:
– The sand on the floor!

– The completely crazy decoration …

The restaurant is not very wide, but long. In the back room, the decoration is less loaded. Well, there’s a surfboard hanging on the wall… 😀

There is also a terrace outside the bar. Do you still believe this is in New York?

You can see that there is nobody in my photos, I think it was a quieter time of the day. But I liked the style of the bar.

What can you drink and eat?

The food they prepare is very diverse but their specialty is seafood.

You can order snacks such as coconut shrimps, squid, and guacamoles with chips … they have “surf bar fries”, a surprisingly sweet and sour combination.
They also prepare dishes such as Clam Chowder, oysters, ceviche, crab cakes… They have fish burritos, shrimp tacos, and mahi-mahi burgers.

I tried the grain bowl with quinoa, cabbage, chickpea, avocado, purple onion. The truth is that it was perfect.

As for drinks, they prepare cocktails (many with rum), wines and beers.
The beers are from NY, Mexico, Jamaica … and Hawaii.
I wanted to try the Red Stripe from Jamaica. It tastes good and refreshing 😊

How much does it cost to eat at Brooklyn Surf Bar?

It’s like any restaurant in Williamsburg, the dishes range from $ 6 to $ 28, with the majority between $ 13 and $ 16.
Cocktails cost $ 11, wines between $ 11 and $ 12 per glass or $ 40 per bottle. The beers are $ 6.

Where is the bar?

Brooklyn Surf Bar is in the heart of Williamsburg.
It opens every day from 11 am to 1 am, Fridays and Saturdays until 2 am.
Address: 139 N 6th St, Brooklyn, NY 11249


This bar-restaurant is very original. It reminds me of the atmosphere of Lucy’s Cantina Royale. The food was delicious, it passed the test to be featured in my New York City Travel Tips!


My fist trip to New York was in 2007 when I was working for an airline company. I was born in the US, I lived in Mexico, in Europe in between Belgium, Spain and France… Well, let’s say I know about travelling! I bring my experience of NYC to the blog, to provide the best travel tips you could imagine!

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