Brooklyn is becoming increasingly popular in New York. Especially with the tourists who were as we were several times in the city and want to discover new corners and neighborhoods.
Of course, Brooklyn also has attractions that are not allowed to miss the program on the program at the trip to New York.
The Historic Charm of Brooklyn Heights
Brooklyn Heights is the trend district directly at the Hudson River. The Brooklyn Bridge Park is not only a great flange mile along the river overlooking the skyscrapers in Manhattan, but you can find distance and tranquility from the vibrant city.
In Brooklyn Heights, the best pizzas are Brooklyn’s best pizzles, the best Burger New Yorks at Shake Shack, and the best ice cream in the Brooklyn Ice Cream Factory.
Find your favorite drink at the Brooklyn Roasting Company
On the popular Brooklyn Heights district at the feet of Brooklyn Bridge, no way leads. Here you will find Stylish Coffee Shops with Industrial Charms: In the old warehouse of Brooklyn Roasting Company is definitely comfortable between roasting machines, bean bags, and self-built wooden equipment. At the latest, the smell of the local roasted and ground coffee beans from all over the world makes the desire for a hot drink.
Big written in the Brooklyn Roasting Company, especially sustainability: Fair traded organic beans, recycling and green electricity belong to the philosophy of the house.
More info: Brooklynrasting.com
Simple and so delicious! A map is inspired here in vain because in Lucali there is only one dish: pizza baked in the stone furnace, easily occupied with cheese, basil, and garlic. Optionally, Salami and seasonal vegetables can be ordered.
Through the BYOB concept, (“Bring Your Own Bottle”) own drinks may be brought. For example, they exist in one of the three Liquor Stores on Court Street.
More info: lucali.com
We still have a real insider tip in the harbor district Red Hook: Hometown BBQ. Here you can best reach over because the place is really from the shot and beyond the tourist towns. Again, you have to stand snake, but it’s worth so much. More about those locations can be found in our guide for food in New York.
With a maritime ambiance and industrial flair, the Red Hook district lifts from others. The nightlife is nowhere more authentic than here. Sunny’s Bar has been firmly established for almost a century and would hardly become an integral part of the area as the oldest host business.
The classic New York Saloon has made itself over the years to the cultural stronghold with concerts, readings, exhibitions, and the infamous “Saturday Night Bluegrass Jam”.
More Info: SunnySredhook.com
Who stands on BBQ, for which is a visit to BBQ Home Land a must. The snake is usually very long, waiting times as well. Get a beer at the bar, presents you, and eat the best spare ribs we have ever eaten. Attention: Half portion is enough. Share the supplements, because they are at least as delicious! Honestly: Absolute Top Recommendation for Brooklyn!
The Rainbow Bagel is “insragramable” breakfast from the finest. When you prepare for a New York trip on Instagram, the rainbow bagels jump out of all sides. Who can blame them, they also look a lot too crazy to not photograph them?
Meanwhile, you get the colorful bagels in many shops. But their origin they have in an inconspicuous shop in Brooklyn. In the “The Bagel Store” colorful dough cingel dreams are true.
Whether Galaxy, Captain America, Unicorn, or Groove Neon Bagel could not look like a bagel. Who thinks now, the parts taste much too sweet, mistakes. Despite the bright colors, the bagel tastes normal. Depending on the filling, the bagel becomes a sweet or hearty sin.
Address: 69 5th Ave, Brooklyn
A museum visit of the other species offers the Brooklyn Museum on the first Saturday of the Month of 5 P.M. – 11 P.M. In addition to art, there are beer, wine, snacks and always changing live music.
The Brooklyn Museum is the second-largest museum in New York after the Metropolitan. The architecture and the imposing entrance are in no way to the Great Brother in Manhattan. There are here in addition to works by American art history, especially African and Far Eastern art collections, often supplemented for special exhibitions of modern art.
A museum visit of the other species offers the museum on the first Saturday of the month of 5 p.m. – 11 P.M. In addition to art, there are beer, wine, snacks and always changing live music.
More info: brooklynmuseum.org
Young and hip – the quarter Williamsburg in Brooklyn is considered hipster stronghold par excellence. Accordingly, the lifetime is. Far away from the tourist activity on Bedford Avenue is the winding, charming Bar Pete’s Candy Store. Whether live music, poetry slam, or quiz evening – at Pete is always program. Often this is unique as the monthly spelling contest or the “Quirky Talent” competition
More info: petescandystore.com
For more action, it goes to the Club The Woods. During the bar operation in the early evening slowly runs warmly, dances at the latest at midnight the whole shop – to disco, radio, hip-hop, or what the always changing DJ is currently hanging. At the bars, there are cheap drinks and in the backyard plenty of room for smokers and a barbecue for starved.
More Info: thewoodsbk.com
The most popular area in Brooklyn is Williamsburg. Lived to a few years ago mainly artists in this area, it is now an expensive pavement. For this, you will find many great hotels here (for the nearest New York visit), Rooftop bars, and restaurants with a beautiful view of Manhattan. Another plus is that the stop with the L-train from Manhattan is only one station away.
In summer outdoor takes place the great Smorgasburg market on the waterfront, where you can buy at over 30 stalls. Alternatively, we recommend one of the great Rooftop bars in the Wythe Hotel and West Light.
Between the Victorian villas with trimmed lawn, the rocking chair on the veranda, and “Beware of the Dog” – Schild is quickly forgotten that the Ditmas Park district belongs to New York City. Skyscrapers, tourists, and the urban busts seem far away.
Among the approximately 200 houses, which were built at the beginning of 1900 collective, none like the other. Despite their different colors and peculiarities, they give a uniform image – maintained, wealthy, peaceful.
Are you ready for really much and great street style? Then after Bushwick.
The district is the place-to-be the NYC Graffiti and Street Art Culture. The Bushwick district is known for emerging artists of all kinds. Therefore, here you will find a huge and constantly growing graffiti collection on all walls of the streets: the Bushwick Collective.
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