Mayfield is a seasonal American restaurant with a focus on fresh, quality ingredients, prepared in a simple yet creative way. The casual setting is great for anyone; from someone who wants to have a burger and a beer while watching the game at the bar, to a group of friends that want to have a four course meal while enjoying our hand picked wines and cocktails. Chef/Owner Lev Gewirtzman was born and raised in New York City and has been cooking in it’s kitchens for 19 years. He lives in Crown Heights with his wife and 2 children. He previously worked as the Chef de Cuisine at Ouest, Stone Park Café, The West Branch and The Screening Room. General Manager/Owner Jacques Belanger has been working in the restaurant industry for 15 years most recently as the Executive Chef at MP Taverna and the critically acclaimed Bar Luna. He is a Toronto native and currently resides in Crown Heights.
American-Brazilian restaurant in Crown Heights. A great place to gather with friends and family for delicious food.
Colorful corner storefront crafting roti, oxtail stew & other Trinidadian & Caribbean delicacies.
Your stay with us will be a memorable one. Hotel Luxe is located on one of Brooklyn's main arteries, Atlantic Avenue. We are conveniently located with easy access to the Barclays Center, great shopping at the Atlantic Ave Mall, the Brooklyn Academy of Music and for those who love finding old treasures the Brooklyn Vintage Flea Market open on weekends. There are also many fine restaurants, easy access to Manhattan, and much more. Discover Brooklyn and enjoy your stay with what we have to offer: Scrumptious Complimentary Breakfast Parking Accommodation Friendly Concierge and 24-Hour Front Desk Bookings for Airport Arrangements
Affordable first class fully furnished apartments for a night or a lengthy stay. A beautiful Brown Stone Home provides romantic getaways and welcomes business travelers to a quiet retreat with easy access to New York City, local antique shops and theaters. The point of arrival to the great destinations of Brooklyn and New York city. Come experience a great night’s sleep and enjoy the amenities of a luxurious room at prices that other luxury hotels cannot match. Must contact the office after making the reservation in order to get your access code.
Welcome to BEST WESTERN PLUS Arena Hotel, the premiere upscale boutique stay in the Brooklyn neighborhood of Crown Heights / Bedford-Stuyvesant. We effortlessly mingle contemporary amenities, thoughtfully appointed accommodations, and warm hospitality – convivial essentials missing among downtown Brooklyn hotels. In addition to these key ingredients for an exceptional stay, our location is ideal among hotels in Brooklyn. Close in proximity to us, you'll find the Brooklyn Children's Museum, Prospect Park, Park Slope, Fifth Avenue Shopping, Barclays Center, Brooklyn College and the Brooklyn Bridge to Manhattan. Explore nearby NYC attractions. The Best Western Plus Arena Hotel offers the modern leisure, corporate and government traveler a convenient location in the big city. We offer beautiful accommodations with a deluxe continental breakfast, complimentary internet and a pristine meeting space with catering available. Our competitors may have similar amenities and rooms, but we offer a higher level of service to all our guests to make them feel at home. Guest Capacity, Seated and Standing: 70/90 Square Footage: 1,000 Number of Party Rooms: 1
A small, owner-operated Bed & Breakfast that has branched out to offer a modest variety of accommodations in charming Brooklyn, New York. Accommodations all feature complimentary Wi-Fi, coffees & teas, linens, towels, & soap. The rooms blend Victorian architecture, modern Eastern design, and classic at-home comfort.
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.
The Crown Inn in Crown Heights—with its curved ceilings, antique lighting fixtures salvaged from ships, and wood panels head to toe—exudes a classy, nautical feel. “This place was old and dilapidated — a real dungeon,” said co-owner Matt Roff. “Now, I think it has a traditional New York feel.” On that note, the cocktails also carry a hint of the past, with a focus on classic drinks like solid martinis and a “perfect Manhattan” ($6 to $9). The bar stocks around 40 types of bourbon, with sixteen taps pouring four wines and twelve rotating beers, including Kelso Nut Brown, Blue Point Black IPA, Sixpoint Crisp Lager, and McKenzie's Black Cherry Cider ($4 to $7). Their kitchen, which is built with subway tiles, will dish out grilled cheese sandwiches with a side of McClure's potato chips, East and West Coast oysters, crostini, charcuterie, and cheeses.
Southpaw co-owner Matt Roff's casual and smartly done-up beer garden is a first in unlikely Crown Heights. Two globed lights mounted above a wrought iron entranceway beckon patrons into the enormous, red-walled courtyard. Droves of friends order in pizza, and light up along long picnic tables, while smaller parties fend for steel patio furniture. A raised garage door in the back of the garden leads to a small, intriguing indoor bar—Oreo marble cheesecake patterns on the floor, daffodil-shaped sconces hanging from an unfinished ceiling, and the wall-papered in the back is screen-printed with a retro black-and-white scene of men playing soccer. The welcoming staff is well-versed in the 12 microbrews on tap and a strong selection of top-shelf bourbons and scotch. Enjoy a single-malt at one of the small darkly-lacquered tables along the navy-blue banquette, or have a waitress deliver it to you outside if you don’t want to miss the party. — Rob Fischer
Convivial neighborhood hangout local bar featuring imported & craft beers on tap, full liquor and wine & an airy backyard.
The heavily anticipated Berg’n landed in rapidly gentrifying Crown Heights with a bang in the summer of 2014—or was it a bust? It’s hard to tell. The space, cavernous yet fun, is certainly impressive: high ceilings, a beautiful wood bar, and seating that could accommodate half of the borough make it a popular destination for large groups and birthday bashes. Food at Berg’n is from Mighty Quinn’s BBQ, Samesa, Ed & Bev’s, and, currently, B’klyn Burro, though that stand will change to Lumpia Shack Snack Bar on November 8. Guest Capacity, Seated and Standing: 275/375 Square Footage: 9,000 Total, 6,200 guest use Number of Party Rooms: 1 private, 1 courtyard, 1 main bar room
A pioneer in education, Brooklyn Children's Museum was the first museum created expressly for children when it was founded in 1899. Its success has sparked the creation of 300 children's museums around the world. With award-winning, hands-on exhibits and innovative use of its collections, the Museum engages children from pre-school to high school in learning adventures. It is the only children's museum in New York City, and one of few in the country, to be accredited by the American Association of Museums. Our Brower Rooftop is a spacious three-season, open-air venue designed by acclaimed Japanese architect Toshiko Mori to accommodate almost any type of event. Our 20,000 square foot rooftop is enclosed by the trees of Brower Park, offering a rare combination of openness and privacy. By partnering with local restaurants, we tailor unique experiences for our guests that go well beyond traditional catering. Guest Capacity, Seated and Standing: 250/250 Square Footage: 20,000 Number of Party Rooms: 1
A retail store with imported products. The store and business is owned by Heloise Annette Oton and her daughter, Atim Annette Oton. Based in the up-and-coming revitalized neighborhood of Crown Heights, Brooklyn, they are the source for the distinct, select and unique handcrafted items. Offering stylish, eclectic and affordable fashion clothing, fashion accessories, jewelry, home decor and gifts to consumers wanting to create a unique personalized home environment and accessorize their body.
Ariane Ben Eli and Craig Judelman open this Western-inspired store, appealing to both vintage collectors and music lovers. You’ll find a mix of gently used clothing for both sexes dating from the ’40s through modern day; unique jewelry; new country albums; rare records; and food, such as Texas toast and crepes, from local Brooklyn vendors. Thanks to live music three to six nights a week (suggested donation $5), shoppers can enjoy up-and-coming local artists while picking up Western shirts, washed denim jeans, plaid tops and Vuthy camo-pocket tanks. Keep an eye out for community events, such as puppet-making workshops and poetry readings (most by suggested donation $5–$10).
Cheese shop in Crown Heights. The owners of the narrow but well-equipped storefront, Kate Blumm and Michael de Zayas, have done their homework. And with the expertise of Lilith Spencer, who had been at Bklyn Larder, the cheese and provisions shop, they are stocking their bright little place with some real finds. Among them are a goat’s milk ricotta from Edgwick Farm in Cornwall, N.Y.; a couple of tommes from the Kokoborrego Cheese Company in Mount Gilead, Ohio; and an organic Parmigiano-Reggiano from Italy. They also carry pistachios and almonds from Sicily, a mead vinegar from Italy, breads from Bien Cuit in Brooklyn, and a sweet white miso made in Conway, Mass. Charcuterie is sliced on what Ms. Spencer says is the Rolls-Royce of slicing machines; Wedge.
Owl & Thistle General Store is a modern take on an old-fashioned concept of a community oriented store offering a wide variety of products under a single roof. Nestled in the heart of Crown Heights, Brooklyn, Owl and Thistle specialize in local, sustainable, and fair trade items at a reasonable price. Their mission: help you to feel good about what you buy by giving you the piece of mind that it is made with love in an ethical and environmentally sustainable manner.
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.