Downtown Brooklyn's newest pizza restaurant is open for business, featuring wood-fired brick oven pizza. With its spacious dining and bar area, exposed brick, and friendly staff, Forno Rosso is the perfect place to relax with friends and enjoy delicious thin crust pizza, salads, antipasti, and more.
Rocco’s Tacos offers a true taste of Mexico within a fun casual environment. When you first step through the door you become part of the atmosphere, joining a diverse crowd enjoying flavors picked directly from Mexico. Located in the heart of Downtown Brooklyn, we can accommodate many different styles, from intimate dinners or business meetings to larger social gatherings. The open floor plan of our largest space easily allows for versatility and is perfect for networking and mingling, and our state of the art sound system is complete with projectors and screens for any AV requirements. We can meet your needs. Experience guacamole prepared tableside. Sample from 225 varieties of tequila. Order a margarita with a sour mix you’ll taste nowhere else. Guest Capacity, Seated and Standing: 100/125 Square Footage: 1,200 Number of Party Rooms: 5
Plopped on a far corner of busy Flatbush Ave., Junior’s is as renowned for its world-famous cheesecake as it is for its mere survival. The loud red and orange façade–as well as the restaurant behind it–have remained largely unchanged since Junior’s opening day in 1950–and that’s just the way the patrons (a mix of BAM movie-goers, office drones from the Verizon building across the street, and Brooklyn nostalgia-hounds) like it. But for the most part, a trip to Junior’s is simply nostalgia for nostalgia’s sake. The food–classic New York deli, stick-to-your-ribs fare like matzo ball soup and giant 10-ounce burgers and fries–is perfectly passable, but certainly nothing special. Where Junior’s has the competition beat is attitude. That “We were here then, we’re here now, and we’re not going anywhere soon” swagger is what keeps the tourists and locals coming back for more. Oh, and there’s the cheesecake. — Amelie Gillette Brooklyn’s landmark diner opened in 1950, and was restored after nearly being destroyed by a fire in 1981. It remains family-run. Guest Capacity, Seated and Standing: 400 Square Footage: 8,500 Number of Party Rooms: 2
Japanese cuisine expert Harris Salat (author of Takashi's Noodles and Japanese Hot Pots) and chef Rio Irie (Matsuri) join forces to open the latest contender in a wave of modern ramen-yas, like Chuko, Dassara and Yuji. Their Downtown Brooklyn joint serves classic soy and miso broths, alongside comfort-food spins like crispy-pork-and-garlic gyoza pot stickers and pork loin buns. Grab a seat at the L-shaped bar that wraps around the glass-enclosed kitchen, or at one of the wooden booths made of raw cedar.
Discover downtown Brooklyn in style at the all-new, full service Sheraton Brooklyn New York Hotel. located just one subway stop from Manhattan From the lobby to the guest rooms, Sheraton Brooklyn thought of everything you need to feel comfortable and connected.
At the Hotel Indigo® Brooklyn, our entire aesthetic reflects our neighborhood’s heritage as a melting pot of culture and art. Throughout the hotel, the decor is a mixture of baroque, traditional and contemporary motifs, each reflecting its own interpretation of performance art. Our own Brooklyn Brew house offers freshly prepared dishes full of local flavor, and our team is passionate about making sure you have a great time in Brooklyn. Guest Capacity, Seated and Standing: 12/95 Square Footage: 1,000 Number of Party Rooms: 1
Perfect Mix Lobby Bar, Complimentary Fitness Center, Complimentary Breakfast, Complimentary Wifi
In-House Catering Only, In-House Catering Available, Bar(s) , Meeting/Conference Space , A/V Hookups , Preferred Vendors , On-Site Accomodations , Valet , Parking
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.
Where else—except, maybe, Madison Square Garden—can you catch Swedish House Mafia and a boxing match, or Alicia Keys, the Ringling Bros., and the Chicago Bulls, all in the same week? The curatorial flourishes at Brooklyn’s newly minted sports-and-entertainment complex extend well beyond the programming. Bieber, Beyoncé, gymnastics tours, and so on get you in the door, but it’s the thoughtful concessions (Fatty ’Cue, Calexico), no-fee ATMs, unnervingly perky staff (trained by the Disney Institute, no less), and modern conveniences like cell-phone-charging stations and free Wi-Fi that keep you coming back.
The New York Transit Museum, one of the city's leading cultural institutions is the largest museum in the United States devoted to urban public transportation history, and one of the premier institutions of its kind in the world. The Museum explores the development of the greater New York Metropolitan region through the presentations of exhibitions, tours, educational programs, and workshops dealing with the cultural, social, and technological history of public transportation. Since it's inception over a quarter century ago, the Museum, housed in a historic 1936 IND subway station in Brooklyn Heights, has grown in scope and popularity. As custodian and interpreter of the region's extensive public transportation networks, the Museum strives to share, through its public programs, this rich and vibrant history with local, regional, and international audiences. Guest Capacity, Seated and Standing: 125/250 Square Footage: Varies Number of Party Rooms: 2
The Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Arts (MoCADA) uses the visual arts as a point of departure for exploring new artistic production across a variety of disciplines. Through exhibitions and programming, MoCADA incites dialogue on pressing social and political issues facing the African Diaspora, and fosters a dynamic space for the creation and continuous evolution of culture. As a means of further allowing public access to the museum, MoCADA offers space rentals for organizations and individuals that are interested in hosting events that are focused on using arts as educational and entertainment tools. MoCADA’s Main Gallery is available to rent for events that pertain to art and the African Diaspora. Events that are permissible include book signings or readings, lectures, panel discussions, workshops and small receptions. Guest Capacity: Seated & Standing: 40/55 Square Footage: Contact us! Number of Party Rooms: 1
It started with messenger bags designed with recycled billboard material in a Williamsburg warehouse and developed into a visionary brand dedicated to environmental preservation and a commitment to sustainable design. Although officially co-founded in 1998 by artist Lexy Funk and her partner, the authentic roots of Brooklyn Industries date back to 1991, in Brooklyn, New York. After graduating Magna Cum Laude from Connecticut’s Wesleyan University in 1991, Funk began searching for a way to make a living through her creative endeavors, and ultimately paused in New York where she met her partner who was fervently pursuing the same. The idea was to LIVE, WORK, CREATE, and develop a workplace culture of creativity and independence. Finding inspiration from a vinyl billboard found in a dumpster, Funk and her partner began making recycled billboard messenger bags in an effort to design something unique, practical and innovative for the community. They moved into a one-story 3,000 sq ft factory in Williamsburg with a roof big enough to clean and cut billboards. It was then that they sketched the view of Greenpoint and Manhattan from the factory rooftop that would become the iconic Brooklyn Industries skyline logo.
Grumpy Bert is a shop / art gallery in Brooklyn, New York. Inside the shop you'll find a collection of cute and artsy gifts, designer toys, art prints / zines and apparel. Throughout the year we host a variety of art shows and events, including weekly writing workshops run by Lost Lit. Owned and operated by Bert himself, we're just a little mom and pop small shop surrounding ourselves with things we love.
Founded by candy veteran Jeff Rubin in 2006, this saccharine experience has become one of the largest and fastest growing specialty candy and gift retailers in the world. With aggressive growth plans, IT’SUGAR sees a future where we are all “twenty-something” years old and have access to the pure joy that comes from indulging in a world where life has no rules and the answer is always YES! IT'SUGAR is a trendy sweets shop that lives at the intersection of attitude and fun. It's a place about joy, taste, color and sound. Sweet and sour, rich and creamy – that's how life should be, and that's how it is at IT'SUGAR.
Established in 1858, Macy’s has since become one of the greatest department stores – an iconic retailing brand with over 740 stores operating coast-to-coast and online. Macy’s in Downtown Brooklyn offers the best of the latest fashions from top fashion brands like Ralph Lauren, Calvin Klein, and Tommy Hilfiger as well as exclusive Macy’s brands such as INC, American Rag, and Alfani. As you walk through the store, stop to admire the portraits of old Macy’s that are sprinkled throughout the first floor to immerse yourself into a little of our history. Plan your visit today. For more information, please visit our website for upcoming store events and store hours.
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.