Pearl’s Bake and Shark: When You Crave the Taste of a Caribbean Escape

Treat yourself to this delicious and refreshing Jicama, mango, corn and baby arugula salad. Photo credit: Courtesy of Pearl’s

Diners in Williamsburg Brooklyn who are in search of an oasis aside from McCarren park have a chill, new hideaway to call home. Pearl’s Bake and Shark, tucked away on North 8th street serves up authentic Caribbean cuisine, excellent tunes and refreshing, tropical drinks in a bright space with a bumpin’ back yard.

Fill up on generous portions of Roti [$13-17], a delicious curry stew enveloped in a delicate and flakey wrap (available with vegetable, chicken or shrimp) or try a classic Caribbean-style sandwich called a Bake [$8-12], which comes with a variety of fillings including chickpeas, shark, jerk chicken or spicy, Geera pork. Classic big plates of Curry Goat, Braised Oxtail and Jerk Fish are also a staple at Pearl’s [larger plates start at $18].

Wade through an afternoon or evening, sipping a Spiked L.L.B (fresh lemon-limeaid, Angostura bitters, spirt of your choice) or get down with a Rude Boy (lime juice, ginger, dark rum) [crafted Caribbean cocktails start at $12]

Pearl’s is owned by Trinidadian former model, Fallon Seymour, who was inspired to bring her Grandmother Pearl’s home cooking to share with the Williamsburg community. Cheers, Pearl!

Pearl’s Bake and Shark
178 North 8th street
Williamsburg, Brooklyn 11211
(929) 276-3528

Sun-Thurs noon-11pm
Fri-Sat noon-12am
Brunch (Sat-Sun) noon-4pm

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