5:30 Pm Footprints
After a long day of at work and your looking a quick beat to eat with family and friends you can visit Footprints. Home of the famous Rasta Pasta where you can get different types of Rasta Pasta.
7:30 PM 1 Rooftop Garden & bar .
Want to keep up with family and friends? Well you can visit the 1 Rooftop Garden bar were you can experience a beautiful scenery of the Brooklyn bridge and enjoy live entertainment from a band.
11PM – 1 Hotel
After a long night of partying you can go down stair and find a room in the 1 hotel if you just want to settle down.
10AM- The Osprey
Today’s a start of a new day and your just waking up, you can go down stairs in 1 Hotel and sit for a fine dining breakfast. For some customers its included in there stay and it very convenient.
12pm – Brooklyn bridge ice cream factory
If its a nice hot day and you want to enjoy your second to last day in Brooklyn you want to walk on the Brooklyn bridge and stop at the ice cream parlor on the dock which has a beautiful view of the city and of course the Brooklyn bridge
2pm- Pine tree sushi
You can get in a cab from the 1 Hotel and drive 8 minutes to get the most amazing sushi in Brooklyn. Pine Tree Sushi is the most fresh, taste, affordable place to eat on your stay here.
5:30 pm Gueros Brooklyn
After a long day of site seeing its time for a early snack before dinner. Gueros Brooklyn is a great place to get a affordable Mexican cuisine and margarita all at the same time.
If your coming back from a show or game at the Barclay center you can walk 3 blocks and sit with friends or family at Woodland . if your into seafood then this is the place for you . Woodland is located in Flatbush Brooklyn. this restaurant is seafood oriented and they have all types of seafood available.
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