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There’s a pretty good chance that your first brunch experience in Williamsburg happened at Juliette. People mob it for its atmosphere: part French bistro, part well-kept jungle. You’ll want to be eating on the roof if it’s warm, but the plant room (actually covered in vegetation) is a very good second-best if it’s not. As for the menu - it’s totally serviceable, French-ish food. But the food isn’t really why you come to Juliette anyway.
Juliette is a great option for outdoor brunch in Williamsburg. This French spot just off Bedford has some sidewalk seating, but the best tables are on their partially shaded roofdeck. Make a reservation through their website, and order a spicy bloody mary with a fried chicken sandwich on a buttermilk biscuit.
A Williamsburg brunch standby popular for its benedicts and rooftop. It’s a big and bright space you can usually get into without too much of a wait.