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Randolph Brooklyn, a New Bar With a Slightly Retro Vibe

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[All photos by Bess Adler]

The people behind the the Randolph at Broome and its sister beer-centric hotspot Randolph Beer have just opened their newest outpost in South Williamsburg. Randolph Brooklyn veers away from the warm wood and brick interiors of its predecessors with an interior that's "loosely inspired by '70s punk." The dining room is outfitted with red vinyl booths and a stack of vintage TVs, the walls clad in neon and retro graffiti. But the menu sticks closer to home, with the same casual American food like burgers and kale salad. The new spot has 12 draft lines and a thorough craft beer list, plus wine and cocktails. Take a look inside the Randolph's hip new sibling, below:

Randolph Brooklyn
104 South 4th St., Williamsburg
Now Open

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