Cobble Hill’s architecture includes row houses and brownstones dating back to the 19th century. The neighborhood’s lively feel comes partially from its vibrant Italian and French populations—you can still see longtime residents playing bocce, and the bars, streets and restaurants fill with revelers for Bastille Day celebrations. The area, which neighbors Carroll Gardens and Boerum Hill, is a good choice for a leisurely day of shopping at cozy boutiques or a relaxed night of dining and drinking.
No filter is needed in Cobble Hill, where tree-lined streets are flanked by stately brownstones. Your stroll through the picturesque Historic District could conclude with an Old Fashioned cocktail at an old-fashioned tavern, or a stop at one of many local, family-owned establishments.See Highlights
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