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Sunset Park

A prime Brooklyn dining destination, Sunset Park comprises a bustling Chinatown on one side and a predominantly Latin American stretch on the other. At its center is the elevated green space that lends the neighborhood its name and provides harbor views.

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Get there
The D, N or R train to 36th Street brings you to the area’s northern tip; the R continues with frequent stops along Fourth Avenue.
Come for
Dim sum palaces, tasty taquerias, warm-weather picnics and waterfront warehouses.
Stay for
A walk among the tombstones of historic Green-Wood Cemetery, an old-time bowling alley and a few quirky spots for a drink.
Locals know
The neighborhood once had a strong Finnish population, which established some of NYC’s first co-op apartment buildings in the early 20th century.
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