Our mission at Brooklyn Commune is to bring people together around food. By providing a welcoming environment with simple yet delicious food, we encourage the development of relationships within our community. Our commitment to promoting sustainability is practiced through sponsoring educational opportunities about healthy choices, and through partnerships with local producers, artists and organizations. We compost our organic materials with a local community farm and our electricity is powered by pollution-free, renewable energy provided by Green Mountain Energy. Founders Eugenie Woo and Christopher Scott understand the value of food as not just a basic necessity to nourish the body, but the spirit as well. After a combined 35 years of experience in fine dining restaurants, luxury hotels, and corporate dining environments, Eugenie and Chris now focus on building more personal relationships through feeding others and supporting community involvement activities. In an increasingly time-pressured and processed world, taking the time to share a wholesome meal with others is one of the most basic ways that we can express love for one another.
Prospect Heights bar restaurant devoted to house made sausages, an extensive selection of craft beer, cocktails & everything in between.
French cuisine & pizza from a brick oven in a casual, wood-accented space, plus weekend brunch.
Our professional serving and cooking staff pays attention to every detail in order to make your event a hit. We've been in business since 2006, and we specialize in appetizing, Italian-inspired cuisine. We can prepare food for a small group of your co-workers or a large family gathering. We're also a top choice in local wedding catering. The highly experienced staff of Brooklyn, NY, caterers at Enzos Brickoven is available to assist you with your special event.
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.
Developed in India, Yoga is a psycho-physical discipline with roots going back about 5,000 years. Today, most Yoga practices in the West focuses on the physical postures called "asanas," breathing exercises called "pranayama," and meditation. However, there's more to it than that, and the deeper you go the richer and more diverse the tradition becomes. The word "Yoga" means union. Linguistically, it is related to the Old English "yoke." Traditionally, the goal of Yoga is union with the Absolute, known as Brahman, or with Atman, the true self. These days the the focus is often on the more down-to-earth benefits of Yoga, including improved physical fitness, mental clarity, greater self-understanding, stress control and general well-being. Spirituality, however, is a strong underlying theme to most practices. The beauty of Yoga is in its versatility, allowing practitioners to focus on the physical, psychological or spiritual, or a combination of all three.
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.
At Farrell's of Brooklyn, we are committed to satisfying our customers with great food and excellent service. We offer a wide variety of burgers, sandwiches, meats, chicken and delicious beer and liquor for Lunch and Dinner. Whatever you're in the mood for, you can find it here! Take a look at our wonderful Menu and you'll find everything that you need! We hope to see you soon! Home of the CASE RACE CHAMPIONS finishing one case of beer in a record-breaking 3.53
Located just off the southwest corner of Prospect Park, the cozy wooden space is a haven for beer lovers: There’s a rotating selection of $5 to $9 microbrews on tap (past picks include Sixpoint Bengali Tiger IPA and the hard-to-find Atwater Vanilla Java Porter), as well as a variety of local and imported bottled and canned beers, listed on a chalkboard behind the bar. There are candlelit dark-wood tables spread liberally along the brick walls and a long beer hall–esque fourteen-person table down the middle. The result is a low-key space that feels full, but never crowded. — Molly Finkelstein
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.
Since it opened in 1971, Community Bookstore has been many things to many people. A bookstore, yes, but also a gathering place and a welcoming refuge. Community Bookstore is notable for a considered selection of new books, for our garden, and for our animals (one cat and one turtle, at present). In 2013, we took over another neighborhood bookshop, renamed it Terrace Books, and stocked it with a mix of new, collectible and curated used books. But no cat. Community Bookstore’s Tiny, so famous he’s on the cover of a bestseller in Japan, refuses to share the spotlight! - Stephanie, Ezra and the Staff
Argyle Yarn Shop is located in lovely Windsor Terrace, Brooklyn, just steps away from Prospect Park. The shop is spacious and welcoming, with a wide range of beautiful yarns to suit every taste and budget. We offer a full schedule of classes for all levels of experience.
One of Brooklyn's best kept secrets, Vanity Gallery Inc. sells antique and vintage furnishings for home décor and everyday living.
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