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Mr_Dupri

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When the Wythe Hotel opened last year, it brought the city’s vibe with it. From the towncars and taxis pulling up at the corner to its bustling lobby, it felt more West Broadway than Wythe Avenue. The 72-room hotel blends old and new; the building’s circa-1901 industrial details are offset with luxury amenities, floor-to-ceiling windows, and, in many rooms, outstanding Manhattan skyline views (another perk to being on the “wrong” side of the river).

The Wythe Hotel’s restaurant, Reynard, is owned by the same group that first put Williamsburg on the culinary map over a decade ago with the opening of Diner. Their newest venture offers a daily-changing menu based on farm-to-table classics. During summer months, a rooftop bar, The Ides, feels like the Brooklyn version of the Standard Hotel Rooftop.

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