Art & Garden: November–February, offer only valid on weekends (BBG is free weekdays in winter). Museum is free for ages 19 and under (except ticketed exhibitions).Tickets valid only on purchase date and nonrefundable. Combination ticket prices don't apply to school/youth tours.From acclaimed newcomers to practically vintage restaurants predating the condos on the East River, here’s where to eat off the first few stops in the L train.
Did you know we're surrounded by other great things to do?Pair your visit with us with an exploration of the Brooklyn Botanic Garden (see above for Brooklyn Art & Garden tickets), Brooklyn Public Library, Prospect Park, Prospect Park Zoo, or Brooklyn Children's Museum.A bite into the shop’s signature sandwich, the Scuttlebutt, layered with hard-boiled egg, crumbly feta, and salt-bearing pickles, black olives, and capers, should have you hooked.Keep an eye out for daily specials, should you have someone to go halfsies with.will feature the New York rapper cooking for famous guests, including musicians and “some of the best purveyors of delicacies from all over the globe.” The new show will premiere on Viceland on October 23.
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It’s after lunch but before dinner and there’s no way you’re waiting until 9pm to eat again.
Enter this secluded cafe, sequestered off the street via a wooden wall, behind which lies a whimsical dining room full of plants, garden furniture, and eclectic tableware to complete the French-Japanese aesthetic.
Boasting a shiny new star from the Michelin guide, chef Patti Jackson’s ode to Northeastern cuisine (that is, food found in the region between the Delaware and Hudson Rivers), is a rustic yet gourmet treat.
Reserve one of the quaint dining room’s 38 seats for the weekly changing four-course tasting menu (), completely inspired by regional seasonality.
As much as everyone loves Rice Krispies Treats, brownies, and sugar cookies, sometimes it's nice to have a dessert not geared toward your inner child.