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Welcome to Perfect Saturday, a weekly Racked feature in which we outline the best places to shop and spend the afternoon in a particular neighborhood, starting with the best places to brunch and ending—who knows!
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- ↑ Middle Eastern-leaning Glasserie (95 Commercial Street) has been a favorite of even the most discerning critics since its opening. The somewhat remote location gives it a peaceful, off-the-beaten
- ↑As a cool-crowd-approved neighborhood on the rise, Greenpoint was the perfect place for Oak's (55 Nassau Avenue)
- ↑ Don’t miss Alter (140 Franklin Street): it’s become a neighborhood favorite for its cool brand mix and irreverent vibe. You’ll find local indie designers and cult favorites here—think Cheap Monday,
- ↑Marching to the beat of its own drum yet ever effortlessly on trend, this spacious In God We Trust outpost (70 Greenpoint Avenue) is a haven with a quintessential Brooklyn twist. The made-in-NYC ho
- ↑Vintage boutique Fox & Fawn (570 Manhattan Avenue) has garnered a devoted following with its exciting Instagram shoppability, but you’ll get just as big of a rush treasure-hunting at the store.
- ↑By this point, it’s time to figure out what to do with the rest of your night. How about a flea market that’s also a party? The Brooklyn Night Bazaar (165 Banker Street) combines the best of everything: s
If the Manhattan-ization (big crowds, chain stores, skyrocketing rents) of Williamsburg is starting to wear on you, transfer to the G train to Greenpoint. More than just Hannah Horvath's 'hood, this waterfront neighborhood seamlessly mixes an old-school Polish presence with heavy metal bars, and features some of the city's most exciting restaurants and unique independent boutiques in between.
After the jump, check out an all-day itinerary that starts with brunch and ends with a market that stays open until midnight on Saturdays.
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