LightHouse in Williamsburg has quickly become one of my favorite places to eat. They have created a warm, casual environment, usually playing a great selection of records on a nice, full soundsystem and providing friendly but on point service. It always feels more like going to a friend’s house for dinner than eating in a restaurant. That is if your friend had a huge open space with floor to ceiling windows, an amazing cocktail and wine list, raw bar and grill. The menu is kept simple with emphasis on quality ingredients and slight twists on classics. Their ceviche is always a little different and may be the best I’ve had in the city. I had a New York strip steak on Sunday that was cooked to perfection and served 0nly with charred jalapenos. I couldn’t have been happier. Their brunch also features some unique selections and even popping in there for a snack of skewers and oysters is a good idea. It’s right along the Grand Street bike path so it’s an easy destination for those of us on that side of Brooklyn.