Prospect Park is a beautiful area, what with its flora, fauna and myriad outdoor activities.
Franklin Park has served as a neighborhood mecca since it opened, hosting pub trivia, a reading series, Monday Night Football viewing parties and DJ nights.
Butter & Scotch is a honky-tonk with a difference, specializing in desserts and cocktails.
Interactive displays, which range from a giant challah for climbing to a miniature version of a kosher supermarket, introduce kids to Jewish history and the cultural practices of today.
The Brooklyn Children’s Museum has something for kids of all ages.
No waiting until your party is complete and no hassles with splitting the check or arguing over the tip make Berg'n an ideal destination for large groups.
Daily tours of Chassidic Jewish life in NYC provide an in-depth discovery experience of immersion into an ancient culture living in the modern times.
This newly constructed hotel provides friendly customer service and comfortable accommodations at a good value.
There are lots of animals to see at the Prospect Park Zoo in Brooklyn—the sea lions and red pandas are always among the favorites.
A shrine to all things game-related, The Brooklyn Strategist offers players inexpensive access to a wide variety of board, card and strategy games, including Scrabble, Dungeons and Dragons, chess, Warhammer, Settlers of Catan and Risk—as well as many other games that may not yet be household names, like Illuminati and Ravenloft.
Pioneer Works, founded in 2012 by artist Dustin Yellin, is a center for research and experimentation in contemporary culture located in a 25,000-square-foot manufacturing warehouse in Red Hook, Brooklyn.
Insa, a wood-clad Korean canteen in Gowanus, is like a family-friendly picnic held indoors.