A blast from the past, this old-school Greek diner dishes out banana splits, floats, shakes, malts, homemade ice cream and other treats from behind an early 20th-century soda fountain.
From its 150-foot-long dog run to its bustling skate park, Owl’s Head is a great destination for all things outdoors—no matter what the season.
There’s almost always a party at the Greenhouse Café, a popular Bay Ridge venue where many local Brooklynites celebrate their weddings, anniversaries and other special events.
Nestled within the heart of Fort Hamilton in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, the Harbor Defense Museum details the history and evolution of NYC’s coastal defense systems.
Looking for a cake shaped like a Coach purse or that sports your favorite baseball team's logo?
This friendly, family-owned toy store eschews electronic bells and whistles and focuses on more traditional, low-key toys that both grow the mind and encourage creativity.
This jetty, also known as the 69th Street Pier, is a favorite among Brooklynites looking for a relaxing place to fish or to simply hang out and enjoy the breeze coming off the harbor.
Brooklynites celebrated at the opening of the Pearl Room, which features the exciting cooking of Anthony Rinaldi, formerly of Eleven Madison Park, Vong and Aquagrill.
A favorite of bargain-seekers for more than 50 years, this retailer offers big-name designer merchandise including clothing, linens and more at up to 65% off retail prices.
Owner/chef Rawia Bishara is Palestinian, grew up in Nazareth, Israel, and named her restaurant for a town in Lebanon, so you know this isn't your standard Middle Eastern eatery.
It’s never too early to get the kids started on Japanese food, and the entertaining chefs of Arirang Hibachi Steakhouse & Sushi Bar—who chop, flip and grill right at the table—are more than ready to show your kids the way.
Brooklyn’s Tuscany Grill is a small and simple family-owned venue offering traditional Italian fare.