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The Best Mexican Food & Desserts in Williamsburg

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Enjoy some Mexican food by way of Williamsburg if you need a mini escape. Founded on the concept of making dining-out a multiculturally-motivated experience, Xixa offers up food options that are “globally inspired, but grounded by the flavors, techniques, and memories of a chef whose home lies in the suburbs of Mexico City.” With an architectural style that feels both hand-carved and luxurious, Xixa elicits a masterful display of style in both its design and its plating. Plus, with it's mysterious no-signage entrance, you'll feel super in-the-know walking in.

After dinner, cozy up together on your way to Little Choc Apothecary, Williamsburg’s central hub for saccharine therapy. Proudly promoted as “NYC's 1st fully vegan creperie,” Little Choc Apothecary pairs everything from cookies, crepes, and truffles with stimulating (or calming) tea leaves, including the classics, as well as their own blends, like Golden Power and Hawthorn Berry Punch. Self-chill Sunday, indeed.

Xixa

241 S 4th Street, Brooklyn

Little Choc Apothecary

141 Havemeyer Street, Brooklyn

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