Corner of Metropolitan Ave. and Lorimer St.
Brooklyn, NY 11211
Cuisine: American Traditional
Our Rating: ★ ★ ★ ★
Hours: Mon-Thurs 7am-10:30pm; Fri 7am-Midnight; Sat 9am-Midnight; Sun 9am-1opm
Cards: Cash Only
Booze: Full Bar
Subway: L to Lorimer St.
Menu: Click Here
Lonely Planet says:
From the innovative folks over at 3rd Ward , Goods Food will be serving up brunch, lunch and dinner from their bullet-shaped silver trailer parked on the corner of Metropolitan Ave and Lorimer St in Williamsburg. Taking advantage of one of the few abandoned lots left in the neighborhood, they will also be opening up a refurbished garden space to the public on June 19. 3rd Ward has been an invaluable fixture of the neighborhood offering up studio space to local artists, leading skill shop classes of every trade and being the leading supporter for local arts. Apparently the Goods Truck is just the tip of the iceberg of more culinary things to come. For now, the public will be satiated with New York State bred beef, the most epic looking breakfast sandwich I’ve ever seen, and Intelligentsia coffee.
Daily Candy says:
TAGS: American (Traditional), Coffee Shop/Cafe, Garden/Outdoor Seating, Lorimer, Open Late, Recommended, Restaurants, ★★★★ Great
It sounds like the beginning of a bad Jeff Foxworthy bit: What do you get when you put three handsome Southern boys in an old trailer home on a dirty corner lot? But Goods, a Williamsburg restaurant where all the food is prepared in a shiny, refurbished 1946 Spartan trailer, is no joke (and the 3rd Ward guys behind it are mighty clever). Chef Alex McCrery, the star of our video, turns out tasty, south of the M-D line fare that’s almost all locally sourced or made in-house. Starting today, he’s serving breakfast (egg, bacon, and cheese biscuits; beignets) and lunch/dinner (hot dogs, burgers, fish and chips) from the window. Ten days from now, you’ll be able to eat in the adjacent garden, a complete overhaul of the lot that’s been vacant for years. And with everything priced at less than $11, we predict it will become your go-to in B’burg. That is, if you’re smarter than a fifth grader.