Get directions | 50 Withers St, Brooklyn, NY 11211
Hours | Sunday 5pm-10pm, Monday 5pm-10pm, Tuesday 5pm-10pm, Wednesday 5pm-10pm, Thursday 5pm-, Friday 5pm-, Saturday 5pm-
If New York City were populated by animals rather than people, a bunch of llamas would definitely live in Williamsburg. Have you ever seen a llama? They’re tall and gangly, often look like they have dumb haircuts, and have an extra letter in their name you suspect might be ironic. Sure, Lleonard, I’m sure that’s just what your parents named you.
So it seems like it would be fitting that right under the BQE on the northern side of Williamsburg, you’ll find a restaurant called Llama Inn.
Thing is, if we’re speaking in broad strokes stereotypes here, Llama Inn is more like the hot exchange student in a ’90s comedy: extremely beautiful and a little exotic considering the surroundings, but also really kind and charming. When Llama Inn walks into the room, heads turn.
The space is incredibly designed – there’s artwork made out of yarn covering one wall, multi-colored textile lampshades hanging from the ceiling, and plants dangling over the tops of the floor-to-ceiling windows surrounding the whole space. This isn’t Architectural Digest, but we’ll summarize: this place looks very cool.