Oct 25, 2017 | By Emily Cater
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Williamsburg welcomes the Wythe Hotel. Built in 1901, the building was previously a textile factory and after a recent renovation it has become a very cool resto stop in the hippest part of town. Inside rustic industrial design details of exposed brick walls, reclaimed wooden slates from the building itself and cast iron columns nod to the buildings history while freshly painted white walls, printed wallpaper and dark leather chairs channel an Americana vibe. The restaurant Reynards come courtesy of the people behind Marlow & Sons. The rooftop bar is a trusted summer hot spot for not only drinks but also unrivaled views of the Manhattan skyline. – Jordana Longo
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