Photo: David La Spina
Long home to a diverse group of professionals, artists and working-class New Yorkers, Brooklyn’s Fort Greene attracts visitors with its hilly namesake park, lively culture and dining and brownstone-lined streets.
Take the B or Q train to DeKalb Avenue, the C train to Lafayette Avenue or the G train to Fulton Street.
A performance at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, where you can enjoy films, theater and cutting-edge new productions.
A walk around the historic district’s well-preserved rowhouses; some date back to the mid-1800s.
Fort Greene is among the City’s best under-the-radar dining destinations, with a mix of restaurants old and new, casual and fancy.