After a long Easter Lynn and I treated ourselves to some R & R in Brooklyn , purusing the Brooklyn Flea and areas around the general Williamsburg area. We had a tough time finding a place to eat around 2 pm when many of the restaraunts we saw either served a hefty brunch (which we weren’t in the mood for) or were closed.
Luckily, we managed to stumble upon Trix, a charming bistro with outdoor seating on this unseasonably hot April day. The menu had more variety than some of the other places we considered with some particularly great seafood selections like Razor clams (which I had).
I had two Manhattans that were so light they almost tasted “summery.”
The place seemingly had one server; a sweet natured raven haired young woman with an armful of tattoos. She was great, very accomadating and helpful with her suggestions and great at anticipating our needs which were few since everything was so perfect...
(between 10th St & 9th St)
Neighborhood: Williamsburg - North Side