DRINK LOCAL WEEK PROMOTION (October 20th - 26th) • Buy One NYS Craft Beverage Drink, Get Second One 50% Off • $6 for Draft Beer (All Day) • $9 for Signature Cocktails (All Day) In the heart of Park Slope, Carnem Prime Steakhouse serves modern American dishes that deftly blend old-classic and new-classic steakhouse dining with a thoughtfully edited wine list and an inventive cocktail menu.
It was only a matter of time before brothers, chef-owners, and night owls Bruce and Eric Bromberg got around to Brooklyn. Although the space is bigger, Manhattan regulars can get their bearings with a few familiar Blue Ribbon landmarks: the neon OYSTERS sign in the window, the shellfish display, even an identical table No. 16, the big round one in the corner. The likewise familiar menu packs a few surprises including some newfangled surf 'n’ turf, like “land and sea,” Bromberg-speak for a platter of fried chicken and catfish. — Rob Patronite and Robin Raisfeld Extra Possibly the most family-friendly restaurant in all of New York, the menu includes just about anything a kid could want, from chicken fingers to a mini hot fudge sundae.
Bogota Latin Bistro is an award winning Colombian/Latin American restaurant located in New York City (in the northern part of Park Slope and just south of Downtown Brooklyn – 6 short blocks from the Barclays Center) serving the foods and beverages of Colombia and Latin America. We are dedicated to elevating the status and awareness of Latin food, particularly Colombian cuisine, and culture via our food, drinks, our music, our service and hospitality. Bienvenidos!
A contemporary American restaurant nestled in the heart of Park Slope featuring New American cuisine and an extensive wine list. Events at Stone Park now open next door for catered parties. With the same food, service and aesthetic as neighborhood favorite Stone Park Cafe, Events at Stone Park serves dinner, business meeting, cocktail party, holiday celebration, baby shower, or any other festivity. Off of the seasonal garden. Events at Stone Park serves as a versatile space for any type of event you can imagine. Guest Capacity Seated 55 & Standing 100 Square Footage 1800 Number of Party Rooms 1
al di la Trattoria is owned and operated by husband and wife Emiliano Coppa and Chef Anna Klinger. The restaurant consists of the main dining room and the bar (which is located on the other side of the kitchen and entered from Carroll St). The full menu is available in the bar. The restaurant has been featured in publications around the world. It received 2 stars from the New York times when it was reviewed by Frank Bruni. The Michelin Guide perennially recommends al di la Trattoria, and Slow Food awarded al di la the Snail of Approval for its commitment to responsible sourcing. al di la Trattoria offers a menu based in northern Italian cuisine. The restaurant serves lunch and dinner daily, with brunch on weekends. Ingredients are responsibly sourced and prepared with care.
A stylish, urban retreat in the heart of one of the world's most vibrant cities – hotel le bleu is truly a one-of-a-kind choice for Brooklyn boutique accommodations. Our bold design, compelling and reserved, is perfectly attuned to the attitude and expectations of our guests. From the moment you enter the lobby, Hotel Le Bleu just feels right. Our vibrant blue hues decorate the entire property, and guests appreciate the muted warmth our style conveys. Guests appreciate hotel le bleu's soothing vibe and enjoy their time relaxing and planning where to go first! We offer a variety of amenities for our guests, including: 100% Smoke-Free Rooms & Common Areas Free High-Speed Wi-Fi Limited Free Parking Complimentary Breakfast In-room Starbucks® Coffee & Tazo® Tea 24-Hour Business Center Concierge Services And more! If you need anything, let us know. Just like the City that Never Sleeps, our 24-hour front desk team is up at all hours to attend to your needs. Hotel le bleu is dedicated to your comfort. You'll find it easy to stretch out on the luxury bedding in your accommodations as you rest up for the next day's adventures.
The Big Apple is most delicious from a distance. Right across the East River, the Fairfield Inn & Suites By Marriott New York Brooklyn stands 12-floors tall, with breathtaking skyline views, immediate subway access, and 2 bridges to whisk you to all NYC has to offer. Whether on business or vacation, guests delight in our urban chic décor, free breakfast, and central location, far enough from Manhattan to escape the hustle and bustle for a good night's sleep in our soothing hotel suites, but close enough to kick off the covers and take a bite of the Apple in no time.
BEST WESTERN PLUS Prospect Park is a gorgeously built brand-new hotel in the beautiful Brooklyn neighborhood of Park Slope just minutes from the deservedly famous Prospect Park. We provide the kind of Brooklyn hotel accommodations you won't find anywhere else. What makes us so special? We're luxurious, affordable, amenable and convenient, all at the same time! Besides being just 4 years old and affordable, BEST WESTERN PLUS Prospect Park hotel provides all the thoughtful amenities, accommodations, services and extras that turn a business trip into a vacation and a leisurely getaway into an absolute dream. In addition to being conveniently located just minutes from Prospect Park, our gorgeous Park Slope neighborhood is a charming area replete with one-of-a-kind restaurants, boutiques, galleries, and more - giving you plenty of things to do in Brooklyn. So if affordability, luxury, and convenience all wrapped into one great hotel experience sound good to you, make your reservation at BEST WESTERN PLUS Prospect Park today. Guest Capacity, Seated and Standing: 70/90 Square Footage: 1,000 Number of Party Rooms: 1
Complimentary Full American Buffet Breakfast, Complimentary Wireless Internet, 24-Hour Business Center, 24-Hour Concierge Service, Laundry Service, On-Site Individual Parking, Motor Coach Parking
This vibrant hostel in Brooklyn's trendy Williamsburg neighborhood is a 2-minute walk from the nearest subway station offering service to Manhattan, and within 2 blocks of several bus stops. Private and dorm-style rooms with single or bunk beds offer air conditioners and shared baths, plus free WiFi, lockers, and towels and linens. Perks include a fully equipped communal kitchen and an edgy common room/lounge with exposed-brick walls, leather seating, cable TV and game tables. There's also a 24-hour front desk and security. Grocery stores and several trendy dining options are located within a half-mile of the property.
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.
Nestled along Park Slope’s busy Fifth Ave. this honky tonk venture manages to simultaneously stand out and fit in. The low-key, pub-like interior, speckled with pork imagery, taxidermy and beer signs (including a massive Pabst Blue Ribbon poster in the back), belies the extensive whiskey selection that awaits--including several high-end and hard-to-find varieties. Once you take a seat at the bar, however, it’s clear where the owners’ hearts lie: back-lit amber bottles of whiskey and bourbon are displayed behind the bar like trinkets in a prized curio case. Other idiosyncratic specialties include a prodigious selection of canned beers and wine on tap along with a far better-than-average selection of bar food: pulled pork, Chicago-style hot dogs, cheeseburgers, onion dip and chili. Despite the meat-centric vibe, however, one of the best items is the shrimp po’ boy: heaping amounts of crunchy shrimp, lettuce and tomato complemented with tangy, lemon-spiked mayonnaise and crispy, buttered toast, making for a perfect – if not particularly healthy -- dinner (or a second, much later, post-drinking meal). Ultimately, chef Dale Talde & Co. have attempted to create the type of bar where they – and their food industry friends – would “actually want to hang out” and, if the large, whiskey-and-meat-satiated crowds are any indication, it appears they’ve succeeded. — Abby Schreiber
A lovely intimate Brooklyn venue hosting music, comedy, and events 7 nights a week. Painstakingly converted from a warehouse, it offers cozy firesides, a stately library, two indoor bocce courts, outdoor garden seating, and a downstairs bar and music venue. New York Press says Union Hall “offers downtown style mixed with Brooklyn’s trademark down-to-earth friendliness.”
A cozy, relaxed microbrew pub modeled after the beer bars of the San Francisco Bay Area, Pacific Standard serves up sixteen taps and two hand-pulled firkins of West Coast and local craft beer, a variety of pub snacks, and sports on two big screens.
Prospect Park is a 585 acres public park in the New York City borough of Brooklyn located between Park Slope, Prospect Lefferts Gardens, Ditmas Park, Windsor Terrace and Flatbush Avenue, Grand Army Plaza and the Brooklyn Botanic Garden. It is run and operated by the New York City Department of Parks and Recreation and is part of the Brooklyn-Queens Greenway. The park was designed by Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux after they completed Manhattan's Central Park. Attractions include the Long Meadow, a 90-acre meadow, the Picnic House, which houses offices and a hall that can accommodate parties with up to 175 guests; Litchfield Villa, the pre-existing home of Edwin Clark Litchfield, an early developer of the neighborhood and a former owner of a southern section of the Park; Prospect Park Zoo; a large nature conservancy managed by the Wildlife Conservation Society; The Boathouse, housing a visitors center and the first urban Audubon Center; Brooklyn's only lake, covering 60 acres; the Prospect Park Bandshell that hosts free outdoor concerts in the summertime. The park also has sports facilities including seven baseball fields in the Long Meadow, and the Prospect Park Tennis Center, basketball courts, baseball fields, soccer fields, and the New York Pétanque Club in the Parade Ground.
Located in Brooklyn, New York, Annie’s Blue Ribbon General Store is a fun yet sophisticated shop that combines the modernity of a well-lived urban lifestyle with the comfort and charm of a country general store. Our General Store specializes in all things fun and functional. We have something for everyone! Our unique assortment of accessories, toys, home and gift items represents the best of what life has to offer, all under one colorful and cozy roof (and on the internet as well!). The ever-changing, cleverly edited merchandise is bound to inspire, whether you’re searching for a special gift or browsing on a lazy Sunday. But the Blue Ribbon experience doesn’t stop at the register! We seek to expand our shoppers’ minds by offering not only tangible products but also suggestions for how to best utilize them, whether it be recipes, trip ideas or complementing items. In this way, our customers are not just buying a product but are buying an adventure as well.
All manner of city folk—from 20-something artistes to aging hippies—flock to this cavernous temple of cheap clothes, both to peddle their wares and browse through an extensive selection of used clothing, accessories, and CDs. Prospective sellers line up with bags of fashion from last season (or the last century), hoping to win the favorable nod of Beacon's choosy buyers, who offer a 35 percent cash exchange or 55 percent store credit. For shoppers on a budget—and Williamsburg bar bands—the store stocks ample basics, like vintage Levi's, ironic T-shirts, and relatively inexpensive flirty dresses; larger pieces, like winter coats and leather jackets are available, too. Unlike many thrift stores, Beacon's regular influx of fashion-savvy patrons makes affordable designer finds a fairly common occurrence; recent footwear scores included a pair of Miu Miu platforms and vintage Givenchy boots. — Carolyn Murnick