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Wythe Hotel

Wythe Hotel opened in 2012 on the Williamsburg waterfront as the first hotel in Brooklyn to reflect and celebrate the creative spirit of our borough. Located in a 117 year old factory building that has been meticulously converted into a 70-room hotel.

Lemon’s is a summertime rooftop bar at Wythe Hotel that takes its inspiration from the sun-kissed shores of Italy, and food from acclaimed chefs Aidan O’Neal and Jake Leiber of Chez Ma Tante. Think of Lemon's as an alfresco dinner party on the Italian Coast- except here a view of the Mediterranean is replaced with the glittering Manhattan skyline. The food and beverage also seek to capture a taste of socializing in 1960’s Italy. The offerings are a nod to the European aperitivo culture, where people are enjoying themselves around friends, causally imbibing while enjoying some light bites.

Jim Kearns and Christine Kang's beverage program aims to remind people that sipping during the summer months is supposed to be fun. A selection of Low ABV spritz inspired cocktails inspired by the culture of Italian aperitivos will let patrons experience a tipple or three during the day while still being able to make their evening plans.

Wythe Hotel

Wythe Hotel

Wythe Hotel opened in 2012 on the Williamsburg waterfront as the first hotel in Brooklyn to reflect and celebrate the creative spirit of our borough. Located in a 117 year old factory building that has been meticulously converted into a 70-room hotel.

Lemon’s is a summertime rooftop bar at Wythe Hotel that takes its inspiration from the sun-kissed shores of Italy, and food from acclaimed chefs Aidan O’Neal and Jake Leiber of Chez Ma Tante. Think of Lemon's as an alfresco dinner party on the Italian Coast- except here a view of the Mediterranean is replaced with the glittering Manhattan skyline. The food and beverage also seek to capture a taste of socializing in 1960’s Italy. The offerings are a nod to the European aperitivo culture, where people are enjoying themselves around friends, causally imbibing while enjoying some light bites.

Jim Kearns and Christine Kang's beverage program aims to remind people that sipping during the summer months is supposed to be fun. A selection of Low ABV spritz inspired cocktails inspired by the culture of Italian aperitivos will let patrons experience a tipple or three during the day while still being able to make their evening plans.