Together, owners Tamer Hamawi, Elise Rosenberg, and Emelie Kihlstrom, offer an authentic and market-driven Mexican menu inspired by travels abroad, particularly traditional Mexican street fare. Creating a new take on regionally-influenced Mexican cuisine, the menu aims to showcase a diversity of dishes from across the country.
The River Café is one of New York and America’s most unique locations. Nestled under the Brooklyn Bridge with sweeping views of the New York skyline and the Statue of Liberty, this elegant restaurant has, since 1977, been a favorite destination for New Yorkers and visitors from around the world who demand the highest level of cuisine. Renowned for its exquisite setting, beautiful decor and seamless service The River Café serves a wonderful classic New American menu using only the finest, freshest and often rare ingredients. With an award winning and outstanding wine list, romantic piano music nightly, breathtaking floral arrangements, the River Café is more than simply dining, it is often a magical experience. Whether you are coming for dinner or a private party, be sure to leave some time to enjoy The River Café’s spectacular garden.
Welcome to Juliana’s, a New York-style pizzeria. Juliana’s heralds the return of Patsy & Carol Grimaldi—not only to the NYC restaurant scene, but to the original location under the Brooklyn Bridge where they founded Grimaldi’s Pizzeria. Unbeknownst to many, Pat & Carol ended their association with Grimaldi’s more than a decade ago when they sold the business (along with the name) to a customer. Even though they were no longer involved in the restaurant, they never lost their passion for serving (and eating) truly great pizza. And so, after many requests from friends and former customers—and a desire to re-live a “dream come true”—they have partnered with a long-time collaborator to establish Juliana’s, a neighborhood pizzeria, preparing and serving pies the way Patsy has for generations. Named in honor of Pat’s mother, Maria ‘Juliana’ Lancieri, Juliana’s will occupy 19 Old Fulton Street, in the Fulton Ferry Historic District, in the building that was once home to Grimaldi’s. Who is ‘Juliana’? Juliana’s is affectionately named in honor of Patsy’s mother, Maria ‘Juliana’ Lancieri Grimaldi. Juliana was born in Melfi, Italy, the youngest child of Domenico and Amalia Lancieri. She had three older brothers: Luigi, Franco and Pasquale. In the early 1900s, the family emigrated to the U.S. and settled in New York City. In 1925, Pasquale (by then known as ‘Patsy’) and his wife, Carmella, opened a pastry shop on First Avenue in Manhattan. In 1933, they converted the bakery to a pizzeria and restaurant, which is known today as the famous Patsy’s Pizzeria, still in its original East Harlem location.
In-House Catering Only, In-House Catering Available, Raw Space , Bar(s) , Meeting/Conference Space , Outdoor Space , Preferred Vendors , On-Site Accomodations , Parking
Designed and built by hand, the coal-fired oven at Grimaldi’s Pizzeria delivers a unique flavor and consistency that is just not possible from wood or gas ovens. Weighing in at 25 tons and heated by 100 pounds of coal per day (cleanest burning fuel available and environmentally tested), the oven heats up to 1200 degrees. We also purchase special coal from Pennsylvania called anthracite. It actually burns cleaner and more Eco-friendly than gas or wood-fired methods. The intense heat of the oven and coal evenly bakes the pies to create Grimaldi’s famous crispy and smokey crust that Zagat has voted BEST PIZZA year after year.
In-House Catering Only, In-House Catering Available, Bar(s) , Meeting/Conference Space , A/V Hookups , Preferred Vendors , On-Site Accomodations , Valet , Parking
Perfect Mix Lobby Bar, Complimentary Fitness Center, Complimentary Breakfast, Complimentary Wifi
The site of 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge Park is unbelievable—at the foot of Brooklyn Heights, in the heart of DUMBO, and adjacent to a riverfront park. It offers an unobstructed view from the Brooklyn Bridge all the way down to the Statue of Liberty. The riverfront park was built on former pier and docklands and the industrial, nautical nature of the area inspired the hotel design, which incorporates palettes, shipping containers, pilings, and pier structures. In celebration of the natural beauty surrounding the hotel, guestrooms feature floor to ceilings windows to give you a front-row view. Renowned chef Seamus Mullen is tapped to create a signature restaurant on site featuring local, seasonal cuisine. The rooftop of 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge is a social, landscaped terrain that sits 11 stories above the ground, encompassing a terrace, pool, and bar and restaurant featuring cocktails and food as fresh as its surroundings. Unobstructed views lookout over the East River and across to Manhattan. 1 Hotels offer everything you need for your business functions, wedding or celebrations, including unique meeting spaces that are flooded with natural light, state-of-the-art technology, turnkey event planning and custom menu options. Guest Capacity, Seated and Standing: 400/1,000 Square Footage: 20,000 Number of Party Rooms: 194
Chic accommodations with complimentary Wi-Fi & breakfast, plus a fitness room & business center.
Elevate your stay in one of our beautifully appointed, 321 rooms and suites or play in our indoor pool. You can hold an impromptu business meeting with colleagues in a space that’s all your own. We have many meeting rooms and restaurants located within the hotel. Visit Avere Italian Restaurant, Kimoto Japanese Rooftop Beer Garden or our Starbucks Store. Our downtown Brooklyn location is convenient for exploring all the things to do in Brooklyn. Explore Brooklyn Heights, a historic Brooklyn neighborhood or catch a game or concert at the Barclays Center. Walk across the iconic Brooklyn Bridge or reconnect with your family with a day at the Brooklyn Zoo or the Brooklyn Botanical Gardens. Explore all things to do in Brooklyn. Guest Capacity, Seated and Standing: 240/450 Square Footage: 4,400 Number of Party Rooms: 321
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.
Brooklyn Bridge Park is a world-class waterfront park with rolling hills, riverfront promenades, lush gardens, and spectacular city views. The park currently features playing fields, sports courts, running and bicycle paths, a boat launch for non-motorized boating, several playgrounds, picnic and barbecue areas, two dog-runs, and a pool. Our list of amenities continues to grow as we work each day to revitalize this previously deteriorated waterfront space and build a park that allows New Yorkers to rediscover the waterfront.
Jane's Carousel is a completely restored historic Carousel made by the Philadelphia Toboggan Company (PTC #61) in 1922. It is a classic 3-row machine with 48 exquisitely carved horses, and 2 superb chariots. The wood carvings, often attributed to John Zalar and Frank Carretta, are among the finest of their kind. In addition, the scenery panels, rounding boards, crests, center pole and platform are all original to the Carousel. It was the first Carousel to be placed on the National Register of Historic Places.
The Brooklyn Bridge opened in 1883. At the time, it was the longest suspension bridge. It has been designated a National Historic Landmark by the National Park Service, and a New York City Landmark by the Landmarks Preservation Commission. It connects the boroughs of Manhattan and Brooklyn by spanning the East River. It has a main span of 1,595.5 feet (486.3 m), and was the first steel-wire suspension bridge constructed. It was originally referred to as the New York and Brooklyn Bridge and as the East River Bridge, but it was later dubbed the Brooklyn Bridge, a name coming from an earlier January 25, 1867, letter to the editor of the Brooklyn Daily Eagle, and formally so named by the city government in 1915.
For 34 years, St. Ann’s Warehouse has commissioned, produced, and presented a unique and eclectic body of innovative theater and concert presentations that meet at the intersection of theater and rock and roll. Since 2000, the organization has helped vitalize the Brooklyn Waterfront in DUMBO, where St. Ann’s Warehouse has become one of New York City’s most important and compelling live performance destinations. After twelve years at 38 Water Street, St. Ann’s activated a new warehouse at 29 Jay Street, turning it into an interim home while the organization has adapted the historic Tobacco Warehouse (45 Water Street) in Brooklyn Bridge Park into a waterfront cultural center. Construction is nearly finished. Through its signature multi-artist concerts and groundbreaking music and theater collaborations, St. Ann’s continues to celebrate the panoramic traditions of American and world cultures, with forays into a variety of contemporary forms, including new commissions and multi-disciplinary theatrical presentations. Among the many acclaimed St. Ann’s productions include Lou Reed and John Cale’s Songs for Drella; Marianne Faithfull’s Blazing Away and The Seven Deadly Sins; Artistic Director Susan Feldman’s Band in Berlin; Carter Burwell, Charlie Kaufman, and the Coen Brothers’ Theater of the New Ear; The Royal Court Theatre’s4:48 Psychosis; The Wooster Group’s Hamlet, The Emperor Jones, House/Lights, To You, The Birdie! (Phèdre); The Globe Theatre’s Measure for Measure; Gate Theatre London’s Woyzeck; Antony’s Turning; Mabou Mines’ Dollhouse; Lou Reed’s Berlin; Cynthia Hopkins’ Accidental Trilogy; Les Freres Corbusier’s Hell House; Enda Walsh’s The Walworth Farce, The New Electric Ballroom, and Penelope (Druid Theatre) and Misterman with Cillian Murphy; TR Warszawa’s Macbeth, Risk Everything, and FESTEN (The Celebration); The National Theatre of Scotland’s Black Watch and Beautiful Burnout; Kneehigh Theatre’s Brief Encounter and The Wild Bride; Young@Heart/No Theater’s End of the Road; the American debut of Daniel Kitson: The Interminable Suicide of Gregory Church and It’s Always Right Now Until It’s Later; Yael Farber’s Mies Julie (Baxter Theatre); Dmitry Krymov’s Opus No. 7; and Donmar Warehouse’s all-female Julius Caesar; Kate Tempest’s Brand New Ancients; Tricycle Theatre’s Red Velvet and, most recently, the National Theatre of Scotland’s Let the Right One In. St. Ann’s has championed such artists as The Wooster Group, Mabou Mines, Jeff Buckley, Cynthia Hopkins, Emma Rice and Daniel Kitson. In 2004, founding Artistic Director Susan Feldman and St. Ann’s Warehouse were awarded the Ross Wetzsteon Award for the development of new work and for “inviting artists to treat their cavernous DUMBO space as both an inspiring laboratory and a sleek venue where its superinformed audience charges the atmosphere with hip vitality.”
Jacques Torres Chocolate is committed to creating fresh, authentic and handmade artisan chocolates for all to experience and enjoy. We utilize only all natural ingredients of the highest quality so our food not only tastes better – it is better for you. From cleverly named chocolate bon bons, award winning hot chocolate, decadently rich chocolate chip cookies to all natural ice cream, Jacques Torres Chocolate is proud to produce real food bursting with real flavor made without taking any shortcuts or adding any preservatives, extracts or “essences.” Established in 2000 in New York, Master Pastry Chef Jacques Torres’ chain of chocolate factories and retail boutiques are his American Dream come true. In 1986, he became the youngest pastry chef in history to earn the prestigious Meilleur Ouvrier de France (Best Craftsman of France) medal in pastry. Fondly known as Mr. Chocolate, Jacques Torres combines traditional French techniques with his vast knowledge and passion for the culinary arts to produce luxe, creative and edgy chocolate treats inspired by the innovative spirit and energy of the city. Jacques Torres Chocolate is quintessential New York. Real. Authentic. Original.
Our goal is to help you discover and get the best, most delicious and most interesting indie food products and to help indie makers grow their business. We are eager to hear from you how we're doing and we welcome feedback or suggestions at email@example.com. We've decided that offline shopping seems to be here to stay, too, so we run a brick-and-mortar store in DUMBO, Brooklyn, right around the corner from Mouth HQ. Cheers! We are an member of The Specialty Foods Association, an affiliate of Fare Trade NYC and a member of the Good Food Merchants Guild.
We've come a long way since designing and creating our first hoodie almost 10 years ago. A lot has changed during an almost decade long stretch, and we're happy to announce that we're under new ownership. We are looking forward to rolling out a brand new website with a way cool hoodie-o-matic, lots of original ready-made NYC inspired designs, and other great features. New York Magazine calls us a "pop culture inspired workshop," a little bit Willy Wonka, if Mr. Wonka did apparel and had an office in Dumbo. Our amazing staff presses and hand stitches your creations on top quality tees and hoodies. We pride ourselves on our quality and flexibility, allowing you to customize anything from onesies, to undies, to hoodies, so if you've ever thought to yourself, "I really need that on a t-shirt or hoodie for that matter!" then we're here for you.
Welcome to The POWERHOUSE ARENA—a laboratory for creative thought. Home to world-renowned art book publisher POWERHOUSE BOOKS, the Arena is a gallery, boutique, book store, performance, and events space located at 37 Main Street, in New York City’s scenic DUMBO neighborhood. With soaring 24- foot ceilings on the 5,000 square foot ground floor (with over 175 linear-feet of glass frontage and amphitheater-style seating), The POWERHOUSE ARENA showcases a series of landmark exhibitions, performances, and controlled mayhem fusing the worlds of art, photography, design, fashion, pop culture, advertising, music, dance, film, and television into a glorious whirlwind of captivating spectacle.
We buy superbly flavorful certified coffees because we think that’s the best way to ensure that farmers (and by that we don’t just mean people who own farms) receive fair payment for the crops they grow and harvest. To guarantee truly exemplary cup quality, we rigorously taste all of our coffees before deciding whether or not to buy them, and again before they ship whenever possible. We roast the beans we purchase in small batches in our Loring Kestrel 1/2 bag roaster –the most advanced small-scale commercial roaster available — to “dial in” the perfect roast and most ideal cup profile. We taste the coffee again. We know that what we package for sale to our customers is delicious because we’ve built a quality control system that our own tastebuds tell us works. We’re certainly not the only coffee company offering delicious coffees, there are others. But we’re also pretty serious about “green thinking:” recycled materials and refurbished equipment use, clean-powered distribution, and old-fashioned friendliness. We’re not really coffee snobs, we’re just very dedicated coffee lovers that only settle for the best.