Events Space, Locally produced food and drink, Plated or buffet styled dinners, Passed appetizers
Seitan & soy are staple ingredients at this Pan-Asian vegan venue in a warm, wood-walled space.
Rucola is a rustic Northern Italian restaurant nestled in the heart of historic Boerum Hill. Inspired by the slow food movement in Piedmont, we seek to provide a farm to table experience by selecting the highest quality ingredients available in and around New York. Our food, wine, and cocktail menus change seasonally.
Authentic, French, Classic bistro fare served alongside great value wines, aperitifs and seasonal cocktails- Live music 5 nights per week- Bar Open Late!!
Industrial décor, an exposed kitchen and constant crowds all contribute to Joya's hyper atmosphere. The Cobble Hill Thai restaurant serves up simmering spicy curries and noodles quickly and at a moderate price. The wait tends to be long, but if you can get a spot in the garden out back it's worth it. Wait for your table over cocktails at the well-stocked bar, but don't bother trying to carry on a conversation—you won't be able to compete with the DJ in the corner of the dining room. For a filling meal, try the Massaman curry with beef. — Marcel Reynolds
Few Brooklyn hotels can boast the same spirit and moxie of NU Hotel, downtown Brooklyn’s original boutique hotel. Offering the luxury amenities and exceptional service of other boutique hotels in NYC while channeling Brooklyn’s distinct personality, NU Hotel draws inspiration from the creative energy of the borough’s thriving art scene and the urban dynamism that defines the neighborhood. Our Brooklyn hotel’s modern aesthetic and minimalist design features bright pops of street art from our local NU Perspectives artists and distinct accents showcasing the borough’s rich heritage. Stop by our hotel bar and lounge Misdemeanor to relax, mingle and take in the scene with a handcrafted cocktail. Get active and run or bike the Brooklyn Bridge with our special NU You fitness and wellness program. When evening approaches, find reprieve in any of the 93 loft-inspired rooms where hardwood floors, plush leather chairs and comfortable beds set the tone. Settle into the hammock, open a bottle of Brooklyn wine, or scribble on the chalkboard wall. Whatever inspires. NU Hotel is located in downtown Brooklyn in walking distance to four great Brooklyn neighborhoods, including Cobble Hill, Boerum Hill, Park Slope, and Prospect Heights. Wander south past the pristine 19th century brownstones and artist warehouses to explore local bars, restaurants, and shops. Walk or bike toward Prospect Park, Brooklyn’s version of Central Park, to discover the Brooklyn Museum and Brooklyn Botanic Garden, or go a bit further to find everything from Hasidic wig makers to Caribbean music shops. Circle back around toward downtown Brooklyn and DUMBO for a bit of high-end retail shopping and dining, and perhaps catch a concert or game at the Barclays Center afterward. Last but not least, don’t forget a visit to the iconic Brooklyn Bridge, with its spectacular views of Manhattan crowning it all.
The Space Welcome to NYC - the way you are supposed to see it! 40 Floors high! You will enjoy living near 10 subway lines, walking distance to the Brooklyn/Manhattan bridges (3 minute walk), Brooklyn Promenade, Brooklyn Bridge Park, fabulous DUMBO/Brooklyn Heights/Cobble Hill/Park Slope/Boerum Hill and a 2 minute train ride into Manhattan. This bright apartment is a true 1BR (Full size bed) with living room (HD cable TV), full kitchen (microwave/oven/stovetop/refrigerator/Breville YouBrew coffee machine/ Nespresso machine/ electric water kettle access) and bathroom (fresh towels provided), with amazing views overlooking Brooklyn, Queens, and New Jersey from all rooms.
Details about the room: The full sized bed was purchased brand new in spring 2013, and it's really comfortable. Waiting for you will be clean linens and extra blankets if you need them. Plenty of pillows and towels too, of course. Details about the apartment: This is possibly the most conveniently-located apartment in all of Cobble Hill / Boerum Hill! You'll be less than half a block away from the subway. Specifically, the F and G trains. The F train will get you to Manhattan in four stops. You can be in the West Village in less than 20 minutes! You'll have full access to the entire apartment including the dining room table that seats four, and the comfortable living room complete with hundreds of DVD and Blu-Rays you can watch. The kitchen is yours as much as you need it - cook entire meals or just store your leftovers, whatever you prefer.
Aloft Hotels is a modern, fresh, and fun destination. Aloft is a hotel that celebrates the individual and gives you freedom to control and customize your travel adventure to fit your personal style. It is a place where walls have been knocked down to create a space that is open in design and open to possibilities. A place where energy flows, personalities mingle, and opportunities abound. A place where anything can happen. Aloft New York Brooklyn offers the perfect home base for your Brooklyn exploration with the most convenient Downtown Brooklyn location. Just minutes away from the Barclays Center, Atlantic Terminal, MetroTech Center, Downtown Manhattan, and BAM-Brooklyn Acadamy of Music. Stroll across the Brooklyn Bridge or hop on a subway and take a day trip to Coney Island and the Brooklyn Aquarium. Aloft Brooklyn is walking distance to subway lines A/C, F/B, 2/3 and R/Q which can take you to other neighborhoods in Brooklyn or across the East River into Manhattan.
Located at the prime corner of Wythe Ave and North 10th St. in Williamsburg Brooklyn, this eight-story, 150-room brand new Hotel strikes the perfect pitch between spectacular service and style. The guest rooms are richly tiled-and-textured with authentic reclaimed materials, and the lobby bar and lounge area has a very classy-cozy feel. This mid-winter, the highly anticipated Harvey restaurant by Chef Adam Leonti will make its debut. The Williamsburg Hotel was designed by Michaelis Boyd (Soho House Berlin, Babington House UK) with a nod to the neighborhood’s industrial past by using brick, glass and Corten steel in its construction. The dramatic entrance through cascading stairs leads into a soaring bar whose art installation stops you in your tracks. Street artist Eric Rieger has strung thousands of strands of multi-colored yarn which crowns the bar. Other design highlights include custom toile-inspired wallpaper designed by Beastie Boy Mike Diamond featuring quintessential Brooklyn scenes and figures—from a Nathan’s Famous hot dog to a group of Hasidic Jewish men, to the late, great Notorious B.I.G. Guest rooms feature floor-to-ceiling sliding glass acoustic windows with Manhattan, Brooklyn and East River views, and design schemes vary from white-washed timber walls to deep grey distressed finishes with bespoke leather, brass, marble, and textured details at every turn. Rooms are thoughtfully designed with elements like a sitting table doubling as a tray for room service, open-windowed showers to create a loft-like space. Upgrades available to a room with a terrace with amazing views.
Welcome to HOTEL BLISS NY in BROOKLYN. An exciting choice for visitors to New York City, Hotel Bliss in Brooklyn welcomes the discerning traveler who appreciates sophistication, style, and value. The standard for a Brooklyn boutique hotel, Hotel Bliss invites guests to enjoy an environment where superior service and distinctive surroundings create a unique experience.
In November 2011, Roulette moved from a 74-seat loft to a 400-seat theater with superb acoustics, and gloriously equipped thanks to the generosity of our funders – individuals, foundations, corporations, the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, Marty Markowitz, the Brooklyn Borough President, Steve Levin, our Council Member, and the New York State Council on the Arts. The new theater allowed us to expand our presentations and our services to artists and our community. Now each season we present over 150 music, dance and Intermedia performances, host fifty arts and community organizations such as the Brooklyn Youth Chorus and the Brooklyn Philharmonic, and welcome an audience of over 50,000.
The Zen Center of New York City: Fire Lotus Temple is the city branch of Zen Mountain Monastery, the main house of the Mountains and Rivers Order. Supporting home practitioners in the metropolitan area, ZCNYC offers varied practice opportunities within the Eight Gates training matrix. Newcomers are invited to attend the beginning instruction in zazen that follows the Sunday morning service each week. Please make your first visit to Zen Center of New York City on a Sunday morning. Each Sunday from 9:30 to 12:30 we offer a program that includes liturgy, beginning instruction in zazen (Zen meditation), zazen, and a talk by the teacher or senior MRO student. The Sunday morning program will introduce you to the practice of Zen and give you a feeling for how we train in the MRO. We ask that you stay for the duration of the program. Once you have come for our Sunday Program and have received beginning instruction in zazen, you are welcome and encouraged to join us for zazen and liturgy throughout the week.
The "oldest" bar in Brooklyn...maybe. The "best" bar in Brooklyn...absolutely! The immense dark-wood bar, bare-bones pool room and old-school jukebox attract an unpretentious crowd that’s more interested in drinking than in flirting. There are plenty of choice beers on tap, including Old Speckled Hen, Dentergens Wheat and local Six Point Brown Ale—all for a reasonable $5-or-so a pint. The Inn dates back to the 19th century; tie on a few and you may even see the ghost of Walt Whitman.
BetaMax Climbing is open bouldering session meets intimate, small group class. You'll have the space to explore and problem-solve on your own - with our expert rock climbing instructors staying on the mat for interactive guidance. Refine your approach and technique, build endurance and confidence, and experience real improvement from week to week. Kettlebells for Climbers integrates our signature small group training methodology using Kettlebells and other equipment with climbing. This fun, total-body workout will help you improve your climbing ability and specifically address issues of strength, balance, transverse endurance and weight transfer.
We Olive & Wine Bar is a Mediterranean-Inspired space with a California Napa Valley feel. Our wine bar leads into a beautiful garden patio where guests can enjoy artisan produced wines in a relaxed and inviting atmosphere. The menu features items that are made with the finest ingredients and out amazing Olive Oils that are always guaranteed to be 100% Extra Virgin. Our exceptional service will make any event special. Guest Capacity, Seated and Standing = 70 Square Footage = 1,000 Number of Party Rooms = 1
Layla is a jewel of a store that offers fine adornments for home and body. Located in popular Boerum Hill, Brooklyn, Layla is exquisitely curated by Alayne Patrick, who works with master craftsmen in India to create luxurious, often one-of-a-kind, jewelry, clothing, housewares, and bedding.
Erica Weiner crafted her first piece of jewelry in her Lower East Side studio apartment on a whim. At the time, the art history grad was working in the fashion industry, and the haphazardly constructed necklace, a vintage chain adorned with a chunky key charm and feathers, caught the eye of colleagues when she wore it during fashion week. Five years later, in November of 2010, she moved into a small, refurbished storage space in Soho, her first storefront, and filled it with art deco furniture, antique books, and hardware store signage. 90 percent of her handmade jewelry includes vintage components that she culls from a range of curious locations—taxidermy catalogues, museum dealers, and even, on one occasion, a mystery box purchased from a farmer in rural Maine. Her original creations, which include a necklace with a charm cast from a hummingbird skull, a brass harmonica pendant, and earrings made from 1970s YSL enamel zipper pulls, have a playful, antique aesthetic. She also offers original vintage jewelry and accessories like brass disco necklaces, sixties name bracelets, antique diamond engagement rings and twenties lingerie clips (in the original packaging, of course). — Alexa Tsoulis-Reay
Staffed by volunteers, this shop’s shelves are crammed with bric-a-brac: 10,000 books, 5,000 records, and numerous works of art. There’s also a selection of men’s suits and tuxedos by Paul Stuart, Armani, and others. Proceeds benefit numerous AIDS-related charities.
Our credo is Live, Work, Create. That's what we live by when we design our clothes, when we work in our stores, and when we collaborate with you to bring you original ideas every day. We want to keep our lives, and the lives of our customers meaningful. We don't talk down, we don't talk corporate. We want to create brilliance and innovation. Simple as that.
Our Mission The Salvation Army, an international movement, is an evangelical part of the universal Christian Church. Its message is based on the Bible. Its ministry is motivated by the love of God. Its mission is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination.
We are a small batch natural apothecary based in Brooklyn, NY. We develop all of our goods as if they were modern culinary dishes, starting with a scent combination. Each concoction is carefully mixed by hand to produce the perfect aroma and healthful benefits, resulting in uniquely therapeutic and aromatic products. As makers and purveyors, we hope to encourage small changes in the lives of our customers through the physical, emotional and ecological healthfulness of completely natural goods for body and home. With MMT, we hope to make that experience accessible and our process transparent.
A, C trains to Hoyt-Schermerhorn Take the A, C trains to Hoyt St & Schermerhorn St, and walk southeast on Schermerhorn St towards Bond St. Turn right on Bond St then turn left on Dean St.
F trains to Bergen Street Take the F trains to Bergen Street, and walk northeast on Smith St towards Bergen Street. Turn right on Dean St.