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Nearby Places to Dine & Visit

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Nearby Places to Dine & Visit

Arts & Culture
Walk across Prospect Park to visit this collection of modern and classical art at New York’s second largest art museum.
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布鲁克林博物馆
200 Eastern Pkwy
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Walk across Prospect Park to visit this collection of modern and classical art at New York’s second largest art museum.
The premier center for concerts, basketball, and other lives events. 15 minutes away on the subway.
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巴克莱中心
620 Atlantic Avenue
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The premier center for concerts, basketball, and other lives events. 15 minutes away on the subway.
For the theme park aficionado, check out Coney Island Amusement Park AKA Denos/Luna Park. There you can ride two designated US landmarks: The Cyclone roller coaster built in 1927 and The Wonder Wheel built in 1894, among other classic amusement park rides. Take the Coney Island bound F train.
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Coney Island
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For the theme park aficionado, check out Coney Island Amusement Park AKA Denos/Luna Park. There you can ride two designated US landmarks: The Cyclone roller coaster built in 1927 and The Wonder Wheel built in 1894, among other classic amusement park rides. Take the Coney Island bound F train.
Food scene
All of these places, from the bar/restaurant Hamiton’s, to the Steeplechase Coffee Shop, are within a 2-6 minute walk/0-2 blocks away from our place. You'll pass them on the way to our subway station!
Looking for something healthy and savory? Look no further than Batata, the Israeli restaurant about 100 paces away from us. They've got perfect hummus, fresh smoothies, and amazing avocado on toast! They deliver! If you order, be sure to specify that you're at 133 East 2nd Street between Ft. Hamiilton and Greenwood Ave. in the left-side Lower Level apartment. 3021 Ft. Hamilton (between 2nd & 3rd St.) Phone: 347-599-1260 Hours: 10-9:00pm
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Batata pita bar
3021 Fort Hamilton Parkway
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Looking for something healthy and savory? Look no further than Batata, the Israeli restaurant about 100 paces away from us. They've got perfect hummus, fresh smoothies, and amazing avocado on toast! They deliver! If you order, be sure to specify that you're at 133 East 2nd Street between Ft. Hamiilton and Greenwood Ave. in the left-side Lower Level apartment. 3021 Ft. Hamilton (between 2nd & 3rd St.) Phone: 347-599-1260 Hours: 10-9:00pm
Delicious fire-brick oven baked pizza! It's cozy, has nice salads and fresh made pizza! They deliver via Unclefrankie'sMenu.com, slicelife.com seamless.come, and grubhub.com but it’s nice to eat in their place as well. 3007 Ft. Hamilton's Hours: 12-9:00 pm (718) 854-3462
Uncle Frankie's Pizza
3007 Fort Hamilton Pkwy
Delicious fire-brick oven baked pizza! It's cozy, has nice salads and fresh made pizza! They deliver via Unclefrankie'sMenu.com, slicelife.com seamless.come, and grubhub.com but it’s nice to eat in their place as well. 3007 Ft. Hamilton's Hours: 12-9:00 pm (718) 854-3462
Another family run place that offers delicious and authentic Thai and Vietnamese foods. They deliver! If you order be sure to specify that you're in the Lower Level of 133 East 2nd Street just around the corner. 3019 Fort Hamilton (between 2nd & 3rd Street) 718-436-6932 hours: 11:30-10:00 PM
Stang Thai
3019 Fort Hamilton Pkwy
Another family run place that offers delicious and authentic Thai and Vietnamese foods. They deliver! If you order be sure to specify that you're in the Lower Level of 133 East 2nd Street just around the corner. 3019 Fort Hamilton (between 2nd & 3rd Street) 718-436-6932 hours: 11:30-10:00 PM
A great chef works here cooking up American comfort food ranging from burgers and grilled fish and steak to mashed potatoes, soups and an assortment of vegetables and desserts. If you order delivery, be sure to specify that you're at 133 East 2nd Street, between Ft. Hamilton & Greenwood Ave, in the Lower Level of 133 East 2nd Street just around the corner. Phone: 718-438-0488 Hours: 10:00 – Midnight (1:00 AM on Saturdays!)
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Hamilton's
2826 Fort Hamilton Parkway
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A great chef works here cooking up American comfort food ranging from burgers and grilled fish and steak to mashed potatoes, soups and an assortment of vegetables and desserts. If you order delivery, be sure to specify that you're at 133 East 2nd Street, between Ft. Hamilton & Greenwood Ave, in the Lower Level of 133 East 2nd Street just around the corner. Phone: 718-438-0488 Hours: 10:00 – Midnight (1:00 AM on Saturdays!)
In case you’re in need of a bagel, croissant, or muffin. Full bodied coffee too! Just about a 2 minute walk from the house. 3013 Fort Hamilton (between 2nd & 3rd Sts.) Hours: Monday-Friday 7-6 pm. Saturday & Sunday 8-6:00 pm
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Steeplechase Coffee
3013 Fort Hamilton Parkway
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In case you’re in need of a bagel, croissant, or muffin. Full bodied coffee too! Just about a 2 minute walk from the house. 3013 Fort Hamilton (between 2nd & 3rd Sts.) Hours: Monday-Friday 7-6 pm. Saturday & Sunday 8-6:00 pm
Two blocks further and you’ll be at this coffee shop with its savory biscuits, croissants, and delicious coffee. 144 East 4th Street @ Ft. Hamilton
Windsor Coffee
144 E 4th St
Two blocks further and you’ll be at this coffee shop with its savory biscuits, croissants, and delicious coffee. 144 East 4th Street @ Ft. Hamilton
Great New York thin crust pizza! They deliver- albeit slowly so don’t order from them if you’re in need of fast food delivery - it’s typically 45 minutes. I have no idea what takes so long but it’s worth the wait if you’re in no rush. If you order in, be sure to specify that you're in the Left-side, Lower Level of 133 East 2nd Street. Phone: 718-448-7088 Hours: 12:00-10:00pm.
Little Toninos Pizzeria & Cafe
424 Greenwood Avenue
Great New York thin crust pizza! They deliver- albeit slowly so don’t order from them if you’re in need of fast food delivery - it’s typically 45 minutes. I have no idea what takes so long but it’s worth the wait if you’re in no rush. If you order in, be sure to specify that you're in the Left-side, Lower Level of 133 East 2nd Street. Phone: 718-448-7088 Hours: 12:00-10:00pm.
If you’d like to pick up some fresh prepared food and warm it up to eat at home, this is your place. 3011 Ft. Hamilton (about 70 feet away, between 2nd & 3rd Street!) 8:30-8:00pm.
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Brancaccio's Food Shop
3011 Fort Hamilton Parkway
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If you’d like to pick up some fresh prepared food and warm it up to eat at home, this is your place. 3011 Ft. Hamilton (about 70 feet away, between 2nd & 3rd Street!) 8:30-8:00pm.
Sightseeing
The lovely Prospect Park is a 10-15 minute walk from us and really gives a glimpse of Brooklyn life. Turn left on Ft. Hamilton and walk straight- you’ll run smack into the park. In the summer time there are non-stop events including free concerts, movies, and dance performances. In the winter there is a great ice skating rink (roller skating in the summer!).
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展望公园
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The lovely Prospect Park is a 10-15 minute walk from us and really gives a glimpse of Brooklyn life. Turn left on Ft. Hamilton and walk straight- you’ll run smack into the park. In the summer time there are non-stop events including free concerts, movies, and dance performances. In the winter there is a great ice skating rink (roller skating in the summer!).
From their website: Founded in 1838 and now a National Historic Landmark, Green-Wood was one of the first rural cemeteries in America. By the early 1860s, it had earned an international reputation for its magnificent beauty and became the prestigious place to be buried, attracting 500,000 visitors a year, second only to Niagara Falls as the nation’s greatest tourist attraction. Crowds flocked there to enjoy family outings, carriage rides, and sculpture viewing in the finest of first generation American landscapes. Green-Wood’s popularity helped inspire the creation of public parks, including New York City’s Central and Prospect Parks. Green-Wood is 478 spectacular acres of hills, valleys, glacial ponds and paths, throughout which exists one of the largest outdoor collections of 19th- and 20th-century statuary and mausoleums. Four seasons of beauty from century-and-a-half-old trees offer a peaceful oasis to visitors, as well as its 560,000 permanent residents, including Leonard Bernstein, Boss Tweed, Charles Ebbets, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Louis Comfort Tiffany, Horace Greeley, Civil War generals, baseball legends, politicians, artists, entertainers and inventors. A magnet for history buffs and bird watchers, Green-Wood is a Revolutionary War historic site (the Battle of Long Island was fought in 1776 across what is now its grounds), a designated site on the Civil War Discovery Trail and a registered member of the Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary System. On September 27, 2006, Green-Wood was designated a National Historic Landmark by the United States Department of the Interior, which recognized its national significance in art, architecture, landscaping and history. After almost two centuries, Green-Wood is as beautiful as it was at its founding. But such historic beauty is fragile. Time and weather have taken their toll on marble sculpture, granite monuments, brownstone mausoleums, cast-iron signs and landscaped areas.
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绿荫公墓
500 25th Street
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From their website: Founded in 1838 and now a National Historic Landmark, Green-Wood was one of the first rural cemeteries in America. By the early 1860s, it had earned an international reputation for its magnificent beauty and became the prestigious place to be buried, attracting 500,000 visitors a year, second only to Niagara Falls as the nation’s greatest tourist attraction. Crowds flocked there to enjoy family outings, carriage rides, and sculpture viewing in the finest of first generation American landscapes. Green-Wood’s popularity helped inspire the creation of public parks, including New York City’s Central and Prospect Parks. Green-Wood is 478 spectacular acres of hills, valleys, glacial ponds and paths, throughout which exists one of the largest outdoor collections of 19th- and 20th-century statuary and mausoleums. Four seasons of beauty from century-and-a-half-old trees offer a peaceful oasis to visitors, as well as its 560,000 permanent residents, including Leonard Bernstein, Boss Tweed, Charles Ebbets, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Louis Comfort Tiffany, Horace Greeley, Civil War generals, baseball legends, politicians, artists, entertainers and inventors. A magnet for history buffs and bird watchers, Green-Wood is a Revolutionary War historic site (the Battle of Long Island was fought in 1776 across what is now its grounds), a designated site on the Civil War Discovery Trail and a registered member of the Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary System. On September 27, 2006, Green-Wood was designated a National Historic Landmark by the United States Department of the Interior, which recognized its national significance in art, architecture, landscaping and history. After almost two centuries, Green-Wood is as beautiful as it was at its founding. But such historic beauty is fragile. Time and weather have taken their toll on marble sculpture, granite monuments, brownstone mausoleums, cast-iron signs and landscaped areas.
The Kensington Stable offers affordable horse rides through Prospect Park.
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Kensington Stables
51 Caton Place
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The Kensington Stable offers affordable horse rides through Prospect Park.
Ice skating, roller skating, and water play space.
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LeFrak Center at Lakeside Prospect Park Brooklyn
171 East Drive
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Ice skating, roller skating, and water play space.
Check out their website for special events and bird watching walks through the park.
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船屋
101 East Drive
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Check out their website for special events and bird watching walks through the park.
Just In Case
Chinos is one block away and the perfect place to grab snacks, sandwiches, and a beverage
Chino Corner Deli
2923 Fort Hamilton Parkway
Chinos is one block away and the perfect place to grab snacks, sandwiches, and a beverage
Our local art house movie theater. One subway stop on the Manhattan bound F or G train to 15th Street/Prospect Park stop or 20-25 minutes walk away. Check out their website for listings.
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Nitehawk Prospect Park
188 Prospect Park West
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Our local art house movie theater. One subway stop on the Manhattan bound F or G train to 15th Street/Prospect Park stop or 20-25 minutes walk away. Check out their website for listings.
Nice spot for some yoga on the road. Check out their website for the 7-days a week schedule
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Jaya Yoga East
2902 Fort Hamilton Parkway
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Nice spot for some yoga on the road. Check out their website for the 7-days a week schedule
Neighborhoods
If you're looking for more restaurants close by, hop on the Manhattan Bound F or G train for two stops to 7th Avenue. Both 7th Avenue and 5th Avenue are loaded with every kind of cuisine you can imagine.
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Park Slope
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If you're looking for more restaurants close by, hop on the Manhattan Bound F or G train for two stops to 7th Avenue. Both 7th Avenue and 5th Avenue are loaded with every kind of cuisine you can imagine.