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Sunday, June 17th, 2012
Blogs | Cafe Lashay
House of Small Wonder ~ A Slice of Hipsterland
A few weeks ago, one of my best friends came to town. We decided to explore Brooklyn. One of the first places we hit up was HipsterLand, I mean Williamsburg. Williamsburg at 9AM on a Monday morning is quite inspiring, quiet and serene. Our first stop was breakfast. Somehow we ended up at House of Small Wonder, a vintage, rustic, cabin-like cafe that has become one of my favorite places in New York City.
The ambiance was amazing. If I were to become a folk singer who lived near a creek, my home would look like House of Small Wonder.
I loved the menu and the prices were reasonable.
The service was nice and friendly. The patrons were respectable.
I loved every detail of this place.
House of Small Wonder is off the beaten path in Williamsburg. So if you want a taste of Hipsterland but without the huge crowd, I’d highly recommend stopping by House of Small Wonder. It’s just the perfect little piece of heaven.
20 Skillman Ave
(between Meeker Ave & Lorimer St)
Brooklyn, NY 11211