Participant in Hotel Week 2015 20.15% off stays from January 23-31. Call the hotel directly at 718-622-5292 to book rooms using this discount. Our goal is to provide visitors to NYC an opportunity to see New York, and Brooklyn in particular, through the eyes of a local resident. Live, eat and shop in a neighborhood, with real people; sit down to a Sunday breakfast of bagels and cream cheese while you peruse the NY Times and plan your day. Or take advantage of a champagne brunch a few blocks away. If it's Saturday, step across the street to the weekly green market where Upstate and New Jersey farmers sell their produce of fruits and vegetables, meats and fish, herbs and spices, honey, preserves, baked goods, plants and flowers, or take a walk through Prospect Park and visit the zoo, playgrounds, the band shell or audobon center. Flatbush Avenue diners serve up breakfast and lunch in the tradition of immigrants from Greece and Eastern Europe or have a Parisian style breakfast of coffee and pastry on the avenues.
Participant in Hotel Week 2015 20.15% off stays from January 23-31. Call hotel directly at 718-534-0451 to book and use code EXPLOREBROOKLYN for discount. 2012 Certificate of Excellence Award. The new Super 8 Brooklyn/Park Slope Hotel is a celebration of everything that is New York City. This hotel offers a creative and high-tech atmosphere for leisure travelers and business people alike. The hotel is located 1 Block from a NYC Subway Stop, R train and Union St Stop, opening up all that Manhattan has to offer. Walking distance to Barclays Center. The hotel is located in Park Slope, an area renowned for its restaurants and lounges within walking distance. Prospect Park, Brooklyn Botanical Gardens and the Brooklyn Cruise Terminal are within 1 Mile. Let Super 8 Brooklyn/Park Slope Hotel be your hotel of choice for your upcoming stay.
The Harbor Motor Inn has been a family owned and run business since 1983. It offers 56 rooms on 2 floors for your convenience with ample free self parking on the premises. Rooms have simple traditional decor, free WiFi and TVs.
A 10-minute drive from the Brooklyn Academy of Music and the Barclays Center, this standard budget hotel is less than a block from a subway station. Simple rooms have free WiFi, 42-inch flat-screen TVs, desks and coffeemakers; suites add an extra sitting room and whirlpool tubs. Amenities include complimentary hot breakfast and a 24-hour front desk.
Take refuge in the extra bedroom of our beautiful loft in a converted factory. Our sunny and spacious bohemian paradise is steps from the L train, minutes to the city, and situated between up-and-coming Bushwick and hip Williamsburg. The space is a carefully curated haven. With 15 foot ceilings, huge industrial windows, and a perfect view of Manhattan from the Freedom Tower to the Bronx, you're sure to get inspired during your stay. The spare bedroom is comfortably minimal. A mosquito netted bed up the stairs in the lofted sleeping area comfortably fits two, plus there's a blowup mattress to accommodate a third guest if need be.
Under the direction of pro-bowler Lou Seda, renovations at STRIKE 10 LANES include state-of-the-art AMF / Qubica scoring technology, and 34 beautifully refinished Brunswick Anvil Lanes. This family owned and operated bowling center offers a professional and attentive staff, and leagues for all ages.
To the goal of social communion, the design included a 5,000 square foot grand foyer where audience members circulated before entering their respective venues. The major space in the building is the grand opera house, featuring two balconies and 2,200 seats. A concert hall, used for both musical concerts and lectures, had its entrance from the main lobby. This space has been subdivided into several movie theaters, but much of the original detail has been preserved. An ornate ballroom on the second floor was redesigned in 1973 as the Lepercq Space, an enormous "black box" theater, that was again redesigned in 1997 as a multi-purpose space housing BAMcafé. Part of the third floor, above the concert hall and to the east of the third balcony of the opera house, was reserved for the Brooklyn Institute's classrooms, offices, and a 400-seat lecture hall. The halls, offices, and classroom spaces still exist, but the lecture hall has been transformed into offices.
Opened in September 2012, the BAM Fisher is a new facility designed for LEED Gold certification and located at 321 Ashland Place—around the corner from BAM’s Peter Jay Sharp Building. Part of a new model for the 21st-century arts center, the BAM Fisher offers affordable ticket prices, subsidized rehearsal and performance spaces, and an expanded roster of humanities, education, and family programming. The BAM Fisher is a place where artists and community come together—and you, the adventurous audience, are an active participant.
Chef One is a Brooklyn-based Asian food manufacturer that specializes in unique hor d'oeuvres such as decadent edamame dumplings and crispy vegetarian egg rolls. Chef One products contain no trans-fat nor MSG, and best of all, very easy to prepare; Just heat and serve! Chef One appetizers are available in Shop Rite, Fairway Market, Western Beef, and other main retailers.
Brooklyn's oldest and most experienced ski and snowboard shop! Been in the business for over 25 years and still providing winter enthusiast's with the best customer service & products!!