Cozy winter cocktails, panoramic skyline views, all beneath glittering lights…what more could you want this winter?!?
That’s right, Brooklyn’s famous Summerly restaurant has swapped out its warmer weather fare for a total holiday makeover! This winter concept comes complete with a new dining menu, winter-themed cocktails, and brightly lit trees surrounding the tables.
Part of the Hoxton Hotel in Williamsburg, this winter-ready rooftop is heated to keep you comfortable all season long. Besides the breathtaking views of the Manhattan skyline, this restaurant offers some incredible menu options. Choose to dine for brunch on weekends 12-3:45 p.m. or dinner Monday through Friday from 4-11 p.m.
Their brunch menu includes healthy options like an açai bowl, to heartier meals like fluffy challah french toast and a “brunchie flatbread” with roasted kale, fried egg, chili flakes, and toasted garlic.
For dinner, enjoy the warm brie with caramelized grapes, walnuts, and grilled sourdough bread, or the pork belly and shrimp in a truffle butter sauce for appetizers while you choose from a wood fired pizza, pan-seared bass, or cavatelli for your main. Don’t miss out on their desserts including a roasted pear that is sure to treat your tastebuds with a pear caramel, oat crumble, and whipped mascarpone.
Now to the most important items on their menu…the cocktails! Promising to “warm you right up,” Winterly offers anything from a Hot Toddy to an Orchard Street with calvados, bourbon, benedictine, and spiced cider. Beyond their warm cocktails try the Bad Dancer with vodka, cranberry, ginger, genepy, cocchi americano, soda and lime, the Cyprus Sour with gin, quince, lemons, Pimms, and egg white, or their Cafe Oaxaca made with mezcal, cold brew, aperol, antica formula, grapefruit, tonic, and vanilla.
Whatever you end up choosing, the service, skyline, and seasonal spirit will ensure you have a spectacular time that is definitely worth a reservation for you and some friends this winter!
Located: 97 Wythe Ave, Brooklyn
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