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Reynards is faux swanky at its best. Located at the entrance of Williamsburg’s newest Wythe Hotel, the bar leaves a bit to be desired. Scene-wise, this spot is quite eclectic. There’s a good number of older people just looking for a bite to eat in their hotel, and the typical plaid shirt/white Keds crowd that comes with the territory. The lack of chairs at the actual bar forces guests to sit a table and order from the restaurant’s light menu. If you arrive prior to 6, an all-day menu with small plates (including the world’s saltiest french fries) are available. The $20-$26 entree menu with items like rabbit meatballs looks interesting and is a far cry from most other restaurants in the nabe. The $29 25-oz. beer is the most expensive drink, with most cocktails in the $7-$13 range. All in all, this restaurant strives to be a Manhattan-like hotspot, but falls short with its American Apparel-clad waitstaff and overpriced menu. If you’re looking to try something a little different for the area, Reynards isn’t a bad choice; otherwise, opt for one of the less expensive spots within walking distance.