351 Broadway, nr. Keap St., Williamsburg; 347-227-8515
Befitting its name, this airy art-scene haunt on South Williamsburg’s Hasidic-Hispanic corridor is styled with gleaming eBay-bought mementos, plus a chandelier fashioned from gramophone horns, shiny tile, and a jukebox spinning soul 45s. But the 700-square-foot sculpture garden is Trophy’s true prize. There are plenty of picnic tables and a grill (Thursday means free barbecue) to make it a sunny-afternoon sanctuary for sipping cool microbrews, rare tequilas, and bourbons on the rocks.