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Neighborhood Guide | February 24, 2024

Brooklyn

Once a residential outer borough, Brooklyn is now a sought-after destination, drawing locals and tourists from all over.
Subway stations and bus stops abound in Brooklyn, providing easy access to the AirTrain to JFK International Airport, and local neighborhood attractions. The Atlantic Terminal gives access to the 2,3,4,5, B, Q, D, N, and R trains, as well as the B41, B45, B63, B65, and B67 buses.
As New York City’s most populous borough, Brooklyn contains eclectic neighborhoods, all-week nightlife, shopping, dining, and live entertainment. The area has recently experienced a renaissance, becoming a thriving hub for art, start-ups, and design.
DiningWith a numerous number of strong communities and cultures, Brooklyn is filled with a wide variety of places to eat. Ranging from upscale dining experiences to convenient yet tasty take-out, there is something to please every palate in the borough.
Francie
136 Broadway, Brooklyn, NY 11249
Lucali
575 Henry Street, Brooklyn, NY 11231
Peter Lugar Steak House
178 Broadway, Brooklyn, NY 11211
ShoppingEasily stay stylish and on-trend by visiting the numerous boutiques and unqiue shops that line the streets in this borough. Brooklyn locals also love the Brooklyn Flea, a down-home pop-up market offering the highest-quality vintage selection in the area.
Williamsburg Smorgasburg
100 Huntington Avenue, Boston, MA 02116
The ArtsBrooklyn is home to some of the most-loved contemporary galleries in the area—the A.I.R. Gallery, Transmitter, the Greenpoint Terminal Gallery, Theodore, Minus Space, and Kustera Projects. Each provides a unique experience for any contemporary art enthusiast. For a slightly more traditional cultural tour, head to the Brooklyn Museum to see the city’s second-largest art collection
Music Hall of Williamsburg
66 North 6th Street, Brooklyn, NY 11211
RecreationWhen spending time in the concrete jungle, a reprieve from the hustle and bustle isn’t just desirable—it’s a necessity. Brooklyn Bridge Park, Prospect Park, Sunset Park, Domino Park, and McCarren Park are great places to go, whether you’re looking for a walk, a cycling session, or a simple game of frisbee in an inviting oasis.
Brooklyn Museum
200 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn, NY, 11238

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