With some of the best restaurants, bars, coffee shops, boutiques, flea markets, yoga studios and good vibes that the city has to offer, its no wonder we chose to feature Williamsburg's special Glow. Here you can see how we chose to spend our (truly perfect) day. Williamsburg is constantly expanding and evolving, which makes it one of our favorite places to hang out when we visit New York. If you have some time to devote to exploring the ins and outs of this vibrant city, use our guide to help steer you towards our go-to glow spots.

In order of appearance in the slideshow:

Cafe Mogador 133 Wythe Avenue Brooklyn, NY 11211 (Between N. 7th & N. 8th Streets) *Detailed post here
Blue Bottle Coffee 160 Berry St. Brooklyn, NY 11249 (718) 387-4160 *Specialty coffee roasters with strong drinks
Mociun 224 Wythe Ave @ the corner of N. 4th Brooklyn, NY 11249 (718) 387-3731 *Detailed post here
Depanneur 242 Wythe Avenue (@ N. 3rd Street) Brooklyn, NY11249 *Specialty food market with great takeaways and curated epicurean goods
Kula Yoga Project 85 N. 3rd St Brooklyn NY 11211 *A beautiful neighborhood yoga studio with a small cafe / store inside
Mast Bothers Chocolate 111 N. 3rd St Brooklyn, NY 11211 *Detailed post here
Beautiful Dreamers 326 Wythe Ave Brooklyn, NY, 11249 (Corner of Wythe Ave and S. 1st Street) *Beautiful boutique and art space supporting authentic craftmanship
Brooklyn Fox 132 N. 5th St Brooklyn, NY 11211 *Hand-picked lingerie from around the globe
Bedford Cheese Shop Brooklyn 229 Bedford Ave Brooklyn, NY 11211 *Incredible selection of cheeses, crackers, and culinary delights
Bird 203 Grand Street (Between Bedford and Driggs Avenues) Brooklyn, NY 11211 *Wonderfully curated selection of designer clothing, shoes, handbags, and jewelry
Samurai Mama 205 Grand St Brooklyn, NY 11211 (718) 599-6161 *One of our favorite Japanese restaurants, with fantastic udon and sushi
Narnia 672 Driggs Ave Brooklyn, NY 11211 *Amazing collection of vintage clothing and accessories
 Y7 Yoga 88 N. 1st Brooklyn, NY 11249 *Detailed post here
 Photography by: Jai Lennard