When going to Brooklyn, going through the water front is a great way to pass the time and enjoy it. the great thing about this location is that there is always something to do from getting amazing food or simply going walking next to the water enjoying beautiful view.
3 p.m. DUMBO
Photos by Julienne Schaer
Take the East River Ferry down from Greenpoint to DUMBO. A one-way ticket is $4 on a weekday, $6 on the weekend, with two Williamsburg stops alongside the way. The ferry runs each and every thirty minutes. You can purchase your ticket on-line or at the ferry platform.
5 p.m. SUPERFINE
After making your way to DUMBO, there are an endless amount of activities that can be done, from rides to dinner time. Feel free to stop by Superfine, where you can grab a bite to eat or simply just go for cocktails and a game of pool. Superfine was one of the first upscale restaurants after just being surrounded by reclaimed industrial warehouses. But if you’re in the mood to simply just relax in a calm environment, head to Dabney Lee, where you can find creative items to purchase, such as: customized phone cases, beautifully designed stationery, and many more items for room décor or artistically use.
7:30 p.m. JULIANA’S PIZZA
After exploring some well-known shops in DUMBO, you can easily make your way to Juliana’s Pizza for a quick bite to eat. However, if you are still in the artistically mood, there is a beautiful place to visit by the name of Jacques’ Torres where you can not only see the amazing works done there but also purchase the delicious works of art. Not only is everything made of chocolate, but it does not just focus on one thing like cookies, they get very creative with what they put out there. So, enjoy it while you can and maybe get a gift for a loved one.
- 9 p.m. JANE’S CAROUSEL
There is no other better way to end your day than going for a ride of Jane’s Carousel. Going on this ride will give you a nice relaxing feeling while also a breath-taking view especially in the night time. Later that night, taking a walk at the Brooklyn Bridge Park and just take in everything the view has to offer. With 85- acres, there is plenty of time to kill while enjoying what you see.
9:30 a.m. SUNSET PARK
sunset park is known for being a New York hidden treasure. it doesn’t matter what time of the day it is, you always get an amazing view of the sunset at any place you were. One going to the highest point you get an amazing view of the Statue of Liberty, green hills of Staten Island and New Jersey. There is a variety of activities that can be done, such as going to the playground or the recreation center. Overall, it is a place for all ages and going with family or with a loved one.
1 P.M. SHORE PARKWAY GREENWAY
Originally constructed in the 1940s, the trail has obtained many upgrades in current years to restore its aging, pockmarked surface, give a boost to the seawall and decorate the walkway with trees.The Shore Parkway Greenway Trail is comprised of two disconnected segments alongside the New York Harbor that collectively provide extra than 12 miles of paved pathway on Brooklyn’s southern border. Between the two segments sits Coney Island, ordinary for its entertainment parks and sandy beaches.
3:30 p.m. WILLIAMSBURGH
Williamsburg is the epicenter of Brooklyn as a fashionable global brand. The regional may additionally have rents greater than Gramercy and greater crowds than Soho, however it’s famous for a reason: The quaint streets are lined with resourceful New York restaurants, rooftop bars and eclectic shops, and throngs of people flock to the waterfront for flea markets and massive meals bazaars at some stage in the summer. Heed the hipster call.Arguably the excellent area to be in Brooklyn. Clean, safe, and a plethora of matters to do and see. Just a by no means ending listing of matters to do. A lot of shops and modern-day exclusive things to check out.
8:30 p.m. SUNNY’S BAR
Small riverfront establishment was a popular spot for the area’s longshoremen to unwind after a lengthy day of work. But with the aid of the 1980s the shipping enterprise was once long gone, the local was once in decline, and a new, artsier customers was drifting in. The bar eventually grew to be a melting pot, patronized via Red Hook novices and ancient salts alike. The bar additionally hosts Bluegrass/Folk and Country Jam night every Saturday at 10 pm the place musicians can convey their very own units and improvise with the group. The bar opens Tuesday-Friday at 6 pm, and weekends during the later that day.
10 a.m. OLD STONE HOUSE
A beautiful, interactive show off about the largest warfare of the American Revolutionary War and what it used to be like to live in Brooklyn from 1776 – 1783. This is a wonderful place to visit if you’re a fan of history and love to learn as much as possible. you start of by learning about the Dutch Colonial Era, then touch on some facts about the Brooklyn War. Afterwards you get a little history about the OSA OF of today.