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Jeaneth’s Guidebook

Sightseeing
Bring a blanket, some drinks, sandwiches and your portable 'sounds' for a rocking picnic; bring your fishing rod and bait for that great catch of the day; or rent a bike and go cycling down the extensive bike paths. Whether you ride, walk or run, Jamaica Bay is a peaceful scene from this side of town. GENERAL ADMISSION: FREE (If driving, parking is FREE) Directions: Take E 103rd St to Seaview Ave, make a right onto Seaview Ave to Rockaway Parkway, drive past the underpass of Belt Parkway and take the 1st exit on the roundabout to the Canarsie Pier entrance parking lot.
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Canarsie Pier
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Bring a blanket, some drinks, sandwiches and your portable 'sounds' for a rocking picnic; bring your fishing rod and bait for that great catch of the day; or rent a bike and go cycling down the extensive bike paths. Whether you ride, walk or run, Jamaica Bay is a peaceful scene from this side of town. GENERAL ADMISSION: FREE (If driving, parking is FREE) Directions: Take E 103rd St to Seaview Ave, make a right onto Seaview Ave to Rockaway Parkway, drive past the underpass of Belt Parkway and take the 1st exit on the roundabout to the Canarsie Pier entrance parking lot.
This is one of Brooklyn's newest additions. Our own National State Park right in our backyard. You can bike ride (rentals available), hike, take photos and picnic here also. A great place for the kids to get away from their technology and become one with nature. GENERAL ADMISSION: FREE Directions: Take E 103rd St to Seaview Ave, make a right onto Seaview Ave to Rockaway Parkway, make a left onto Rockaway Parkway to Belt Parkway (East); get off at Exit 14 (Starrett City); exit immediately right.
Shirley Chisholm State Park
1750 Pennsylvania Ave
This is one of Brooklyn's newest additions. Our own National State Park right in our backyard. You can bike ride (rentals available), hike, take photos and picnic here also. A great place for the kids to get away from their technology and become one with nature. GENERAL ADMISSION: FREE Directions: Take E 103rd St to Seaview Ave, make a right onto Seaview Ave to Rockaway Parkway, make a left onto Rockaway Parkway to Belt Parkway (East); get off at Exit 14 (Starrett City); exit immediately right.
Our famous Canarsie Park has sprawling dog friendly greenlands which include: multiple running tracks, a kiddie playground (swings, slides, monkey bars, etc.), bike trails, hiking trails, a baseball field, a soccer field, a cricket field, basketball courts and even a separate skate park; there is free access to bathrooms and spray showers. Tents and BBQ allowed. GENERAL ADMISSION: FREE Directions: Take E 103rd St to Seaview Ave, make a right onto Seaview Ave and drive straight to E 92nd St.
Canarsie Park
Seaview Avenue
Our famous Canarsie Park has sprawling dog friendly greenlands which include: multiple running tracks, a kiddie playground (swings, slides, monkey bars, etc.), bike trails, hiking trails, a baseball field, a soccer field, a cricket field, basketball courts and even a separate skate park; there is free access to bathrooms and spray showers. Tents and BBQ allowed. GENERAL ADMISSION: FREE Directions: Take E 103rd St to Seaview Ave, make a right onto Seaview Ave and drive straight to E 92nd St.
Prospect Park is an urban park in Brooklyn, New York. The park is situated between the neighborhoods of Park Slope, Prospect Heights, Prospect Lefferts Gardens, Flatbush and Windsor Terrace. Also, it is adjacent to the Brooklyn Museum, Grand Army Plaza and the Brooklyn Botanic Gardens. With an area of 526 acres, Prospect Park is the second largest public park in Brooklyn, behind Marine Park. First proposed in legislation which was passed in 1859, Prospect Park was laid out by Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux, who also helped design Manhattan's Central Park following various changes to its design. Prospect Park opened in 1867, though it was not substantially complete until 1873. The park subsequently underwent numerous modifications and expansions to its facilities. Several additions to the park were completed in the 1890s in the 'City Beautiful' architectural movement. In the early 20th century, New York City Department of Parks and Recreation commissioner, Robert Moses started a program to clean up Prospect Park. A period of decline in the late 20th century spurred the creation of the Prospect Park Alliance, which refurbished many parts of the park starting in the late 1980s. 4.7 stars (14,628 reviews) Excellent Hours: Sunday 5:00 AM – 1:00 AM Monday 5:00 AM – 1:00 AM Tuesday 5:00 AM – 1:00 AM Wednesday 5:00 AM – 1:00 AM Thursday 5:00 AM – 1:00 AM Friday 5:00 AM – 1:00 AM Saturday 5:00 AM – 1:00 AM
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Prospect Park
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Prospect Park is an urban park in Brooklyn, New York. The park is situated between the neighborhoods of Park Slope, Prospect Heights, Prospect Lefferts Gardens, Flatbush and Windsor Terrace. Also, it is adjacent to the Brooklyn Museum, Grand Army Plaza and the Brooklyn Botanic Gardens. With an area of 526 acres, Prospect Park is the second largest public park in Brooklyn, behind Marine Park. First proposed in legislation which was passed in 1859, Prospect Park was laid out by Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux, who also helped design Manhattan's Central Park following various changes to its design. Prospect Park opened in 1867, though it was not substantially complete until 1873. The park subsequently underwent numerous modifications and expansions to its facilities. Several additions to the park were completed in the 1890s in the 'City Beautiful' architectural movement. In the early 20th century, New York City Department of Parks and Recreation commissioner, Robert Moses started a program to clean up Prospect Park. A period of decline in the late 20th century spurred the creation of the Prospect Park Alliance, which refurbished many parts of the park starting in the late 1980s. 4.7 stars (14,628 reviews) Excellent Hours: Sunday 5:00 AM – 1:00 AM Monday 5:00 AM – 1:00 AM Tuesday 5:00 AM – 1:00 AM Wednesday 5:00 AM – 1:00 AM Thursday 5:00 AM – 1:00 AM Friday 5:00 AM – 1:00 AM Saturday 5:00 AM – 1:00 AM
Brooklyn Botanic Gardens is a botanical garden in the borough of Brooklyn, New York. It was founded in 1910 and is located in Mount Prospect Park in central Brooklyn, adjacent to Prospect Park and the Brooklyn Museum. The 52-acre garden holds over 14,000 types of plants and has nearly a million visitors each year. It includes a number of specialty "gardens within the Garden" as well as plant collections. It is also home to the Steinhardt Conservatory that houses the C. V. Starr Bonsai Museum, three climate-themed plant pavilions, a white cast-iron and glass aquatic plant house and an art gallery. 4.6 stars (8,215 reviews) Excellent Hours: Temporarily closed
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Jardin botanique de Brooklyn
990 Washington Avenue
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Brooklyn Botanic Gardens is a botanical garden in the borough of Brooklyn, New York. It was founded in 1910 and is located in Mount Prospect Park in central Brooklyn, adjacent to Prospect Park and the Brooklyn Museum. The 52-acre garden holds over 14,000 types of plants and has nearly a million visitors each year. It includes a number of specialty "gardens within the Garden" as well as plant collections. It is also home to the Steinhardt Conservatory that houses the C. V. Starr Bonsai Museum, three climate-themed plant pavilions, a white cast-iron and glass aquatic plant house and an art gallery. 4.6 stars (8,215 reviews) Excellent Hours: Temporarily closed
The New York Transit Museum is a classic representation of what it means to experience the NYC life in the fast lane. This museum displays historical artifacts of the New York City subway, bus and commuter rail systems in the greater New York City metropolitan region. Come see what the marvels and transformations that have shaped the 'Iron Horse' and all the other modes of transportation in the Big Apple. Address: 99 Schermerhorn St, Brooklyn, NY 11201 Hours: Sunday 11AM–5PM Monday Closed Tuesday 10AM–4PM Wednesday 10AM–4PM Thursday 10AM–4PM Friday 10AM–4PM Saturday 11AM–5PM Suggest an edit 4.6 stars (3,677 Google reviews) $$ Museum in Brooklyn, New York
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New York Transit Museum
99 Boerum Place
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The New York Transit Museum is a classic representation of what it means to experience the NYC life in the fast lane. This museum displays historical artifacts of the New York City subway, bus and commuter rail systems in the greater New York City metropolitan region. Come see what the marvels and transformations that have shaped the 'Iron Horse' and all the other modes of transportation in the Big Apple. Address: 99 Schermerhorn St, Brooklyn, NY 11201 Hours: Sunday 11AM–5PM Monday Closed Tuesday 10AM–4PM Wednesday 10AM–4PM Thursday 10AM–4PM Friday 10AM–4PM Saturday 11AM–5PM Suggest an edit 4.6 stars (3,677 Google reviews) $$ Museum in Brooklyn, New York
The New York Aquarium is the oldest continually operating aquarium in the United States, located on the Riegelmann Boardwalk in Coney Island, Brooklyn, New York. It was founded at Castle Garden in Battery Park, Manhattan in 1896, and moved to Coney Island in 1957. The aquarium is operated by the Wildlife Conservation Society as part of its integrated system of four zoos and one aquarium, most notably the Bronx Zoo. It is accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums. As part of WCS, the aquarium's mission is to save wildlife and wild places worldwide through science, conservation action, education and inspiring people to value nature. The facility occupies 14 acres and boasts 266 species of aquatic wildlife. Its mission is to raise public awareness about issues facing the ocean and its inhabitants with special exhibits, public events and research. The New York Seascape program, based out of the aquarium is WCS’s local conservation program designed to restore healthy populations of marine species and protect New York waters, which are vital to the area’s economic and cultural vitality. Hours: Monday Closed Tuesday Closed Wednesday Closed Thursday Closed Friday Closed Saturday Closed Sunday 12:00 AM – 12:01 AM 4.1 stars (11,330 reviews) Marine wildlife boardwalk attraction
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Aquarium de New York
602 Surf Avenue
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The New York Aquarium is the oldest continually operating aquarium in the United States, located on the Riegelmann Boardwalk in Coney Island, Brooklyn, New York. It was founded at Castle Garden in Battery Park, Manhattan in 1896, and moved to Coney Island in 1957. The aquarium is operated by the Wildlife Conservation Society as part of its integrated system of four zoos and one aquarium, most notably the Bronx Zoo. It is accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums. As part of WCS, the aquarium's mission is to save wildlife and wild places worldwide through science, conservation action, education and inspiring people to value nature. The facility occupies 14 acres and boasts 266 species of aquatic wildlife. Its mission is to raise public awareness about issues facing the ocean and its inhabitants with special exhibits, public events and research. The New York Seascape program, based out of the aquarium is WCS’s local conservation program designed to restore healthy populations of marine species and protect New York waters, which are vital to the area’s economic and cultural vitality. Hours: Monday Closed Tuesday Closed Wednesday Closed Thursday Closed Friday Closed Saturday Closed Sunday 12:00 AM – 12:01 AM 4.1 stars (11,330 reviews) Marine wildlife boardwalk attraction
Shopping
When on vacation, who wouldn't like to shop for some New York style gear and souvenirs. If you need some necessities for the kitchen there is Shoprite, Aldi's and our megabox store, BJ's. Great shopping can be had at JCPenneys, Nordstram Rack, Old Navy, The Gap, New York & Company, Burlington, Marshalls, The Children's Place and Best Buy, to name a few. If you want to hang out locally, there are restaurants in the mall where everyone can find something satisfying. Choices range from Red Lobster, Olive Garden, Applebee's and Outback Steakhouse to Buffalo Wild Wings, Smash Burger and Panera Bread. GENERAL ADMISSION: FREE (If driving, parking is FREE) 4.4 stars (14,567 Google reviews) Shopping Mall 1.7 mi Address: 501 Gateway Dr, Brooklyn, NY 11239 Directions: Car: Drive down East 103rd to Flatlands, right turn onto Flatlands to Schenck Avenue, then make a right turn onto the mall; Bus: B83 Bus at East 103rd St & Flatlands Ave to the mall; Ride shares: Uber/Lyft also available.
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Gateway Center
501 Gateway Drive
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When on vacation, who wouldn't like to shop for some New York style gear and souvenirs. If you need some necessities for the kitchen there is Shoprite, Aldi's and our megabox store, BJ's. Great shopping can be had at JCPenneys, Nordstram Rack, Old Navy, The Gap, New York & Company, Burlington, Marshalls, The Children's Place and Best Buy, to name a few. If you want to hang out locally, there are restaurants in the mall where everyone can find something satisfying. Choices range from Red Lobster, Olive Garden, Applebee's and Outback Steakhouse to Buffalo Wild Wings, Smash Burger and Panera Bread. GENERAL ADMISSION: FREE (If driving, parking is FREE) 4.4 stars (14,567 Google reviews) Shopping Mall 1.7 mi Address: 501 Gateway Dr, Brooklyn, NY 11239 Directions: Car: Drive down East 103rd to Flatlands, right turn onto Flatlands to Schenck Avenue, then make a right turn onto the mall; Bus: B83 Bus at East 103rd St & Flatlands Ave to the mall; Ride shares: Uber/Lyft also available.
This historic landmark mall in Brooklyn was opened in September of 1970 and has recently been through a magnificent transformation. Tauting over 120 retail stores including: (Armani Exchange, Aeropostale, Aldo, American Eagle Outfitters, Banana Republic, Bath & Body Works, Best Buy, Burlington, Clarks, Express, Finish Line, Footlockers, Foot Action, Forever 21, Gallery Jewelry, GNC, Guess, H&M, Hollister & Co., JCPenney, Kay Jewelers, MAC, New York & Co., Macy's, Michael Kors, Old Navy, Pandora, Perfumania, Pink, Portabella, Primark, Rainbow, Sephora, Swarovski, The Body Shop, The Children's Place, The Threading Place, Toy World, Toy Express, Ulta Beauty, Victoria's Secret, Zales and Zara) .... just to name a few. While shopping, take a break at one of their fun eateries within the mall, including but not limted to: Aunt Anne's, Chipotle, Cinnabon, Cookie House, Dunkin' Donuts, Haagen-Dazs, Masterwok, McDonald's, Nathan's, Popeye's, Sbaro, Starbuck's or Subway. Incidental specialty needs may be addressed at one of the following offerings: Cohen's Vision Center, Plaza Optical, Sterling Optical, Sunglass Hut or KP Dental & Footcare. And since we must stay connected . . . never fear, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon are there; at your service if you are ever in need. GENERAL ADMISSION: FREE (If driving, parking fees apply in mall garage) 4.3 stars (15,088 Google reviews) Shopping Mall 2.7 mi Address: 5100 Kings Plaza, Brooklyn, NY 11234 Directions: Bus: Walk to Ave K and East 105th St., take the B103 downtown express bus towards Tillary St., transfer to the B47 at Ralph Ave/Glenwood Rd, then get off at Ave U & E 54th St. Ride share: Uber/Lyft also available.
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King's Plaza Shopping Center
Kings Plaza
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This historic landmark mall in Brooklyn was opened in September of 1970 and has recently been through a magnificent transformation. Tauting over 120 retail stores including: (Armani Exchange, Aeropostale, Aldo, American Eagle Outfitters, Banana Republic, Bath & Body Works, Best Buy, Burlington, Clarks, Express, Finish Line, Footlockers, Foot Action, Forever 21, Gallery Jewelry, GNC, Guess, H&M, Hollister & Co., JCPenney, Kay Jewelers, MAC, New York & Co., Macy's, Michael Kors, Old Navy, Pandora, Perfumania, Pink, Portabella, Primark, Rainbow, Sephora, Swarovski, The Body Shop, The Children's Place, The Threading Place, Toy World, Toy Express, Ulta Beauty, Victoria's Secret, Zales and Zara) .... just to name a few. While shopping, take a break at one of their fun eateries within the mall, including but not limted to: Aunt Anne's, Chipotle, Cinnabon, Cookie House, Dunkin' Donuts, Haagen-Dazs, Masterwok, McDonald's, Nathan's, Popeye's, Sbaro, Starbuck's or Subway. Incidental specialty needs may be addressed at one of the following offerings: Cohen's Vision Center, Plaza Optical, Sterling Optical, Sunglass Hut or KP Dental & Footcare. And since we must stay connected . . . never fear, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon are there; at your service if you are ever in need. GENERAL ADMISSION: FREE (If driving, parking fees apply in mall garage) 4.3 stars (15,088 Google reviews) Shopping Mall 2.7 mi Address: 5100 Kings Plaza, Brooklyn, NY 11234 Directions: Bus: Walk to Ave K and East 105th St., take the B103 downtown express bus towards Tillary St., transfer to the B47 at Ralph Ave/Glenwood Rd, then get off at Ave U & E 54th St. Ride share: Uber/Lyft also available.
Restaurants
Menu available online 3.8 stars (3,516 Google reviews) $$ Seafood restaurant Lively chain restaurant serving American seafood standards amid New England-themed decor. Dine-in ·  Takeout ·  No-contact delivery Address: GATEWAY SHOPPING PLAZA, 455 Gateway Dr, Brooklyn, NY 11239 Hours: Sunday 11:30AM–8:30PM Monday 11:30AM–8:30PM Tuesday 11:30AM–8:30PM Wednesday 11:30AM–8:30PM Thursday 11:30AM–8:30PM Friday 11:30AM–9:30PM Saturday 11:30AM–9:30PM Directions: Car: Drive down East 103rd to Flatlands, right turn onto Flatlands to Schenck Avenue, make a right turn onto mall; Bus: Walk up E 103rd St to Flatlands Ave, B83 Bus at East 103rd St & Flatlands Ave to mall; Ride shares: Uber/Lyft also available.
Red Lobster
455 Gateway Dr
Menu available online 3.8 stars (3,516 Google reviews) $$ Seafood restaurant Lively chain restaurant serving American seafood standards amid New England-themed decor. Dine-in ·  Takeout ·  No-contact delivery Address: GATEWAY SHOPPING PLAZA, 455 Gateway Dr, Brooklyn, NY 11239 Hours: Sunday 11:30AM–8:30PM Monday 11:30AM–8:30PM Tuesday 11:30AM–8:30PM Wednesday 11:30AM–8:30PM Thursday 11:30AM–8:30PM Friday 11:30AM–9:30PM Saturday 11:30AM–9:30PM Directions: Car: Drive down East 103rd to Flatlands, right turn onto Flatlands to Schenck Avenue, make a right turn onto mall; Bus: Walk up E 103rd St to Flatlands Ave, B83 Bus at East 103rd St & Flatlands Ave to mall; Ride shares: Uber/Lyft also available.
Menu Available Online 3.9 stars (2,903 Google reviews) $$ Italian restaurant Lively, family-friendly chain featuring Italian standards such as pastas & salads, with a full bar. Dine-in ·  Curbside pickup ·  No Contact Delivery Address: GATEWAY SHOPPING PLAZA, 505 Gateway Dr, Brooklyn, NY 11239 Hours: Sunday 11AM–9PM Monday 11AM–9PM Tuesday 11AM–9PM Wednesday 11AM–9PM Thursday 11AM–9PM Friday 11AM–10PM Saturday 11AM–10PM Directions: Car: Drive down East 103rd to Flatlands, make a right turn onto Flatlands to Schenck Avenue, right turn onto mall; Bus: Walk up E 103rd St to Flatlands Ave, B83 Bus at East 103rd St & Flatlands Ave to mall; Ride shares: Uber/Lyft also available.
Olive Garden Italian Restaurant
505 Gateway Dr
Menu Available Online 3.9 stars (2,903 Google reviews) $$ Italian restaurant Lively, family-friendly chain featuring Italian standards such as pastas & salads, with a full bar. Dine-in ·  Curbside pickup ·  No Contact Delivery Address: GATEWAY SHOPPING PLAZA, 505 Gateway Dr, Brooklyn, NY 11239 Hours: Sunday 11AM–9PM Monday 11AM–9PM Tuesday 11AM–9PM Wednesday 11AM–9PM Thursday 11AM–9PM Friday 11AM–10PM Saturday 11AM–10PM Directions: Car: Drive down East 103rd to Flatlands, make a right turn onto Flatlands to Schenck Avenue, right turn onto mall; Bus: Walk up E 103rd St to Flatlands Ave, B83 Bus at East 103rd St & Flatlands Ave to mall; Ride shares: Uber/Lyft also available.
Menu Available Online 4.0 stars (2,433 Google reviews) $$ Steak house Boisterous, Australian-themed chain serving steaks, seafood & other hearty steakhouse fare. Dine-in ·  Takeout ·  No Contact Delivery Address: GATEWAY SHOPPING PLAZA, 355 Gateway Dr, Brooklyn, NY 11239 Hours: Sunday 11AM–9PM Monday 11AM–9PM Tuesday 11AM–9PM Wednesday 11AM–9PM Thursday 11AM–9PM Friday 11AM–10PM Saturday 11AM–10PM Directions: Car: Drive down East 103rd to Flatlands, make a right turn onto Flatlands to Schenck Avenue, right turn onto mall; Bus: Walk up E 103rd St to Flatlands Ave, B83 Bus at East 103rd St & Flatlands Ave to mall; Ride shares: Uber/Lyft also available.
Outback Steakhouse
355 Gateway Dr
Menu Available Online 4.0 stars (2,433 Google reviews) $$ Steak house Boisterous, Australian-themed chain serving steaks, seafood & other hearty steakhouse fare. Dine-in ·  Takeout ·  No Contact Delivery Address: GATEWAY SHOPPING PLAZA, 355 Gateway Dr, Brooklyn, NY 11239 Hours: Sunday 11AM–9PM Monday 11AM–9PM Tuesday 11AM–9PM Wednesday 11AM–9PM Thursday 11AM–9PM Friday 11AM–10PM Saturday 11AM–10PM Directions: Car: Drive down East 103rd to Flatlands, make a right turn onto Flatlands to Schenck Avenue, right turn onto mall; Bus: Walk up E 103rd St to Flatlands Ave, B83 Bus at East 103rd St & Flatlands Ave to mall; Ride shares: Uber/Lyft also available.
Menu Available Online 3.3 stars (2,807 Google reviews) $$ Restaurant Full-service chain bar & grill providing hearty American eats in an informal setting. Dine-in ·  Takeout ·  No-contact delivery Address: GATEWAY SHOPPING PLAZA, 448 Gateway Dr building m, Brooklyn, NY 11239 Hours: Sunday 11AM–10PM Monday 11AM–10PM Tuesday 11AM–10PM Wednesday 11AM–10PM Thursday 11AM–10PM Friday 11AM–10PM Saturday 11AM–10PM Directions: Car: Drive down East 103rd to Flatlands, make a right turn onto Flatlands to Schenck Avenue, right turn onto mall; Bus: Walk up E 103rd St to Flatlands Ave, B83 Bus at East 103rd St & Flatlands Ave to mall; Ride shares: Uber/Lyft also available.
Applebee's Grill + Bar
Menu Available Online 3.3 stars (2,807 Google reviews) $$ Restaurant Full-service chain bar & grill providing hearty American eats in an informal setting. Dine-in ·  Takeout ·  No-contact delivery Address: GATEWAY SHOPPING PLAZA, 448 Gateway Dr building m, Brooklyn, NY 11239 Hours: Sunday 11AM–10PM Monday 11AM–10PM Tuesday 11AM–10PM Wednesday 11AM–10PM Thursday 11AM–10PM Friday 11AM–10PM Saturday 11AM–10PM Directions: Car: Drive down East 103rd to Flatlands, make a right turn onto Flatlands to Schenck Avenue, right turn onto mall; Bus: Walk up E 103rd St to Flatlands Ave, B83 Bus at East 103rd St & Flatlands Ave to mall; Ride shares: Uber/Lyft also available.
Menu Available Online 3.4 stars (1,750 Google reviews) $$ Chicken wings restaurant Lively sports-bar chain dishing up wings & other American pub grub amid lots of large-screen TVs. Dine-in ·  Takeout ·  No Contact Delivery Address: GATEWAY SHOPPING PLAZA, 632 Gateway Dr, Brooklyn, NY 11239 Hours: Sunday 11AM–10PM Monday 11AM–10PM Tuesday 11AM–10PM Wednesday 11AM–10PM Thursday 11AM–10PM Friday 11AM–10PM Saturday 11AM–10PM Directions: Car: Drive down East 103rd to Flatlands, make a right turn onto Flatlands to Schenck Avenue, right turn onto mall; Bus: Walk up E 103rd St to Flatlands Ave, B83 Bus at East 103rd St & Flatlands Ave to mall; Ride shares: Uber/Lyft also available.
Buffalo Wild Wings
632 Gateway Dr
Menu Available Online 3.4 stars (1,750 Google reviews) $$ Chicken wings restaurant Lively sports-bar chain dishing up wings & other American pub grub amid lots of large-screen TVs. Dine-in ·  Takeout ·  No Contact Delivery Address: GATEWAY SHOPPING PLAZA, 632 Gateway Dr, Brooklyn, NY 11239 Hours: Sunday 11AM–10PM Monday 11AM–10PM Tuesday 11AM–10PM Wednesday 11AM–10PM Thursday 11AM–10PM Friday 11AM–10PM Saturday 11AM–10PM Directions: Car: Drive down East 103rd to Flatlands, make a right turn onto Flatlands to Schenck Avenue, right turn onto mall; Bus: Walk up E 103rd St to Flatlands Ave, B83 Bus at East 103rd St & Flatlands Ave to mall; Ride shares: Uber/Lyft also available.
Menu Available Online 3.8 stars (648 Google reviews) $$ Caribbean Restaurant Relaxed, contemporary eatery & bar offering Caribbean dishes & creative cocktails. Dine-in ·  Takeout ·  No Contact Delivery Address: 1179 Elton St, Brooklyn, NY 11239 DJ or Live Music (weekends only) Hours: Fusion East Sunday 11AM–11PM Monday 4–11PM Tuesday 11AM–11PM Wednesday 11AM–11PM Thursday 11AM–11PM Friday 11AM–1AM Saturday 11AM–1AM Directions: Car: Drive down East 103rd to Flatlands, make a right turn onto Flatlands to Schenck Avenue, right turn onto mall; drive to Elton St and make a left. Bus: Walk up E 103rd St to Flatlands Ave, B83 Bus at East 103rd St & Flatlands Ave to Gateway Mall, walk to Elton St; Ride shares: Uber/Lyft also available.
Fusion East
1179 Elton St
Menu Available Online 3.8 stars (648 Google reviews) $$ Caribbean Restaurant Relaxed, contemporary eatery & bar offering Caribbean dishes & creative cocktails. Dine-in ·  Takeout ·  No Contact Delivery Address: 1179 Elton St, Brooklyn, NY 11239 DJ or Live Music (weekends only) Hours: Fusion East Sunday 11AM–11PM Monday 4–11PM Tuesday 11AM–11PM Wednesday 11AM–11PM Thursday 11AM–11PM Friday 11AM–1AM Saturday 11AM–1AM Directions: Car: Drive down East 103rd to Flatlands, make a right turn onto Flatlands to Schenck Avenue, right turn onto mall; drive to Elton St and make a left. Bus: Walk up E 103rd St to Flatlands Ave, B83 Bus at East 103rd St & Flatlands Ave to Gateway Mall, walk to Elton St; Ride shares: Uber/Lyft also available.
Menu Available Online 4.3 stars (127 Google reviews) $$ Italian restaurant Family-friendly local Italian eatery. Very nice appeal, warm, casual and friendly environment, good cuisine and service with a smile. Check it out if pasta is your thing. Address: 2359 Ralph Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11234 Dine-in ·  Takeout ·  No-contact delivery Hours: Sunday 12–10PM Monday Closed Tuesday 11AM–11PM Wednesday 11AM–11PM Thursday 11AM–11PM Friday 11AM–11PM Saturday 11AM–11PM Directions: Car: Drive down East 103rd to Flatlands, left turn onto Flatlands to Ralph Ave, then make a left turn onto Ralph Ave to Fontanas bet Ave M and Ave N. Bus: Walk up E 103rd St to Flatlands Ave, B6 at East 103rd St & Flatlands Ave to Glenwood Ave & Ralph Ave, transfer to B41 or B47, then walk 1/2 a block to Fontanas bet Ave M and Ave N; Ride shares: Uber/Lyft also available.
Fontanas
2359 Ralph Avenue
Menu Available Online 4.3 stars (127 Google reviews) $$ Italian restaurant Family-friendly local Italian eatery. Very nice appeal, warm, casual and friendly environment, good cuisine and service with a smile. Check it out if pasta is your thing. Address: 2359 Ralph Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11234 Dine-in ·  Takeout ·  No-contact delivery Hours: Sunday 12–10PM Monday Closed Tuesday 11AM–11PM Wednesday 11AM–11PM Thursday 11AM–11PM Friday 11AM–11PM Saturday 11AM–11PM Directions: Car: Drive down East 103rd to Flatlands, left turn onto Flatlands to Ralph Ave, then make a left turn onto Ralph Ave to Fontanas bet Ave M and Ave N. Bus: Walk up E 103rd St to Flatlands Ave, B6 at East 103rd St & Flatlands Ave to Glenwood Ave & Ralph Ave, transfer to B41 or B47, then walk 1/2 a block to Fontanas bet Ave M and Ave N; Ride shares: Uber/Lyft also available.
Menu Available Online. 3.8 stars (464 Google reviews) $ American restaurant The BKLYN Diner is traditional in style and if you want great food at an affordable price, here's your spot. The service is fast and the servers are friendly. Good eatin' in the neighborhood for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Gyros, burgers & other diner standards are prepared all day at this contemporary establishment. Dine-in ·  Takeout ·  Delivery Address: 5924 Avenue N, Brooklyn, NY 11234 Hours: Sunday 7AM–10PM Monday 7AM–10PM Tuesday 7AM–10PM Wednesday 7AM–10PM Thursday 7AM–10PM Friday 7AM–11PM Saturday 7AM–11PM Directions: Car: Drive down East 103rd to Flatlands, left turn onto Flatlands to Ralph Ave, then make a left turn onto Ralph Ave to BKLYN Diner straight ahead on Ave N. Bus: Walk up E 103rd St to Flatlands Ave, B6 at East 103rd St & Flatlands Ave to Glenwood Ave & Ralph Ave, transfer to B41 or B47 to Ave N; Ride shares: Uber/Lyft also available.
BKLN Diner
5924 Avenue N
Menu Available Online. 3.8 stars (464 Google reviews) $ American restaurant The BKLYN Diner is traditional in style and if you want great food at an affordable price, here's your spot. The service is fast and the servers are friendly. Good eatin' in the neighborhood for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Gyros, burgers & other diner standards are prepared all day at this contemporary establishment. Dine-in ·  Takeout ·  Delivery Address: 5924 Avenue N, Brooklyn, NY 11234 Hours: Sunday 7AM–10PM Monday 7AM–10PM Tuesday 7AM–10PM Wednesday 7AM–10PM Thursday 7AM–10PM Friday 7AM–11PM Saturday 7AM–11PM Directions: Car: Drive down East 103rd to Flatlands, left turn onto Flatlands to Ralph Ave, then make a left turn onto Ralph Ave to BKLYN Diner straight ahead on Ave N. Bus: Walk up E 103rd St to Flatlands Ave, B6 at East 103rd St & Flatlands Ave to Glenwood Ave & Ralph Ave, transfer to B41 or B47 to Ave N; Ride shares: Uber/Lyft also available.
Menu Available Online 4.5 stars (1,030 Google reviews) $ Italian restaurant One of the best Pizzeria's ANYWHERE! Our personal favorite around here. There are two locations, but the one on RALPH AVE is the spot. You can eat indoors or outdoors. It's a great place to sit and hang out with family or friends. Fast service, great tasting pizza, everything's always fresh. The environment is clean and inviting. They offer many selections of pizzas and other fast food Italian favorites (garlic knots, rolls, calzones, parmigiana and salads). Check it out if you are a pizza lover. Counter-serve pizzeria furnishing classic pies in basic digs with ample outdoor seating. Dine-in ·  Takeout ·  Delivery Address: 2351 Ralph Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11234 Directions: Car: Drive down East 103rd to Flatlands, left turn onto Flatlands to Ralph Ave, then make a left turn onto Ralph Ave to Original Pizza between Aves L and M. Bus: Walk up E 103rd St to Flatlands Ave, B6 at East 103rd St & Flatlands Ave to Glenwood Ave & Ralph Ave, transfer to B41 or B47 to Ave N, walk down towards E 64th St.; Ride shares: Uber/Lyft also available.
Original Pizza
2351 Ralph Ave
Menu Available Online 4.5 stars (1,030 Google reviews) $ Italian restaurant One of the best Pizzeria's ANYWHERE! Our personal favorite around here. There are two locations, but the one on RALPH AVE is the spot. You can eat indoors or outdoors. It's a great place to sit and hang out with family or friends. Fast service, great tasting pizza, everything's always fresh. The environment is clean and inviting. They offer many selections of pizzas and other fast food Italian favorites (garlic knots, rolls, calzones, parmigiana and salads). Check it out if you are a pizza lover. Counter-serve pizzeria furnishing classic pies in basic digs with ample outdoor seating. Dine-in ·  Takeout ·  Delivery Address: 2351 Ralph Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11234 Directions: Car: Drive down East 103rd to Flatlands, left turn onto Flatlands to Ralph Ave, then make a left turn onto Ralph Ave to Original Pizza between Aves L and M. Bus: Walk up E 103rd St to Flatlands Ave, B6 at East 103rd St & Flatlands Ave to Glenwood Ave & Ralph Ave, transfer to B41 or B47 to Ave N, walk down towards E 64th St.; Ride shares: Uber/Lyft also available.
Menu Available Online 4.2 stars (1,544 Google reviews) $$ Seafood restaurant One of the best local seafood restaurants around town, Nick's Lobster House serves up a fresh catch daily. Rustic with a beach side flare. Boats line the adjacent marina. You can, dine outside and watch all the boats go by or eat indoors. Family owned and client centered, you will feel at home here. Live performances can be enjoyed on weekends. If the seaside experience is what you desire, check out Nick's. Casual seafood restaurant serving fish, lobster & steak with dinner specials & raw bar. Dine-in ·  Takeout ·  Delivery Address: 2777 Flatbush Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11234 Directions: Take E 103rd St to Seaview Ave, make a right onto Seaview Ave and drive to Rockaway Parkway, make a left to Belt Parkway (West) to Exit 11N, drive two lights and make a right onto Nick's Lobster House parking lot. Ride shares: Uber/Lyft also available.
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Nick's Lobster House
2777 Flatbush Ave
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Menu Available Online 4.2 stars (1,544 Google reviews) $$ Seafood restaurant One of the best local seafood restaurants around town, Nick's Lobster House serves up a fresh catch daily. Rustic with a beach side flare. Boats line the adjacent marina. You can, dine outside and watch all the boats go by or eat indoors. Family owned and client centered, you will feel at home here. Live performances can be enjoyed on weekends. If the seaside experience is what you desire, check out Nick's. Casual seafood restaurant serving fish, lobster & steak with dinner specials & raw bar. Dine-in ·  Takeout ·  Delivery Address: 2777 Flatbush Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11234 Directions: Take E 103rd St to Seaview Ave, make a right onto Seaview Ave and drive to Rockaway Parkway, make a left to Belt Parkway (West) to Exit 11N, drive two lights and make a right onto Nick's Lobster House parking lot. Ride shares: Uber/Lyft also available.
4.2 stars (2,042 Google reviews) $ Restaurant Long-standing chain serving a wide variety of pancakes & other American breakfast & diner fare. Dine-in ·  Takeout ·  Contact free Delivery Address: 11000 Flatlands Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11207 Hours: Monday 7AM–8PM Tuesday 7AM–8PM Wednesday 7AM–8PM Thursday 7AM–8PM Friday 7AM–8PM Saturday 7AM–8PM Sunday 7AM–8PM Directions: Car: Drive down East 103rd to Flatlands, right turn onto Flatlands to IHOP on the right (3 mins). Bus: Walk up E 103rd St to Flatlands Ave, take B82 at East 103rd St & Flatlands Ave to IHOP (approx 10 mins); Approximately 20 min walk. Ride shares: Uber/Lyft also available.
IHOP
11000 Flatlands Avenue
4.2 stars (2,042 Google reviews) $ Restaurant Long-standing chain serving a wide variety of pancakes & other American breakfast & diner fare. Dine-in ·  Takeout ·  Contact free Delivery Address: 11000 Flatlands Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11207 Hours: Monday 7AM–8PM Tuesday 7AM–8PM Wednesday 7AM–8PM Thursday 7AM–8PM Friday 7AM–8PM Saturday 7AM–8PM Sunday 7AM–8PM Directions: Car: Drive down East 103rd to Flatlands, right turn onto Flatlands to IHOP on the right (3 mins). Bus: Walk up E 103rd St to Flatlands Ave, take B82 at East 103rd St & Flatlands Ave to IHOP (approx 10 mins); Approximately 20 min walk. Ride shares: Uber/Lyft also available.
3.6 stars (1,935 Google reviews) $ Diner Casual diner chain dishing up classic American comfort fare, including all-day breakfast favorites. Hours: Monday 7AM–10PM Tuesday 7AM–10PM Wednesday 7AM–10PM Thursday 7AM–10PM Friday 7AM–10PM Saturday 7AM–10PM Sunday 7AM–10PM Dine-in ·  Takeout ·  No-contact delivery Address: 805 Granville Payne Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11207 Directions: Car: Drive down East 103rd to Flatlands, right turn onto Flatlands to Granville Paine Ave (Pennsylvania Ave), turn left onto Granville Paine Ave to Denny's on the right (15 mins). Bus: Walk up E 103rd St to Flatlands Ave, take B82 at East 103rd St & Flatlands Ave to Granville Paine Ave (Pennsylvania Ave) (approx 15 mins); Approximately 30 min walk. Ride shares: Uber/Lyft also available.
Denny's
805 Pennsylvania Ave
3.6 stars (1,935 Google reviews) $ Diner Casual diner chain dishing up classic American comfort fare, including all-day breakfast favorites. Hours: Monday 7AM–10PM Tuesday 7AM–10PM Wednesday 7AM–10PM Thursday 7AM–10PM Friday 7AM–10PM Saturday 7AM–10PM Sunday 7AM–10PM Dine-in ·  Takeout ·  No-contact delivery Address: 805 Granville Payne Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11207 Directions: Car: Drive down East 103rd to Flatlands, right turn onto Flatlands to Granville Paine Ave (Pennsylvania Ave), turn left onto Granville Paine Ave to Denny's on the right (15 mins). Bus: Walk up E 103rd St to Flatlands Ave, take B82 at East 103rd St & Flatlands Ave to Granville Paine Ave (Pennsylvania Ave) (approx 15 mins); Approximately 30 min walk. Ride shares: Uber/Lyft also available.
Entertainment
One of the most celebrated and esteemed venues in the world to see your favorite artists and sports figures. Yep, its the home of the Brooklyn Nets! Fairly new and already world-renowned, it is sought after by superstars and patrons, alike. There are no celebrities that will not grace the stages of the Barclays Center. Purchase tickets online for upcoming events before you arrive. An experience you won't ever forget. Directions: Get there by Train or Ride Shares. In the downtown Brooklyn area, Parking is expensive and street parking scarce. Almost any train you can think of will transfer one way or another to the Atlantic Ave - Barclay Center Station (a major hub and directly across the street from this venue). From Canarsie: Walk or take a ride share to the L Train (a 6 min walk - E 103rd St to Flatlands, left to Rockaway Pkwy, then a right to the station). Take the L Train at Rockaway Parkway Station to Broadway Junction (10 min ride); then transfer to the C train to Lafayette Avenue; walk to Barclays Center approx 2 blocks). Trains that stop directly at the Barclays Center are: B, D, Q, N, 2, 3, 4, 5.
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Barclays Center
620 Atlantic Avenue
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One of the most celebrated and esteemed venues in the world to see your favorite artists and sports figures. Yep, its the home of the Brooklyn Nets! Fairly new and already world-renowned, it is sought after by superstars and patrons, alike. There are no celebrities that will not grace the stages of the Barclays Center. Purchase tickets online for upcoming events before you arrive. An experience you won't ever forget. Directions: Get there by Train or Ride Shares. In the downtown Brooklyn area, Parking is expensive and street parking scarce. Almost any train you can think of will transfer one way or another to the Atlantic Ave - Barclay Center Station (a major hub and directly across the street from this venue). From Canarsie: Walk or take a ride share to the L Train (a 6 min walk - E 103rd St to Flatlands, left to Rockaway Pkwy, then a right to the station). Take the L Train at Rockaway Parkway Station to Broadway Junction (10 min ride); then transfer to the C train to Lafayette Avenue; walk to Barclays Center approx 2 blocks). Trains that stop directly at the Barclays Center are: B, D, Q, N, 2, 3, 4, 5.
Amazing!! One of Brooklyn's finest. This illustrious venue is well-acclaimed. The best of the best entertainers in the world grace the stages of the one and only King's Theatre. You would never be disappointed. The ambiance and style of this venue cannot be believed until you venture inside its doors. A must see. Please try and get there. Purchase tickets online for upcoming events before you arrive. Directions: Drive or get there by Ride Shares. Right in the heart of Flatbush, Brooklyn, parking may be challenging. Take E103rd St to Flatlands a couple miles straight down to Flatbush and make a right onto Flatbush. Drive straight to Kings Theatre on your right. You cannot miss it.
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Kings Theatre
1027 Flatbush Avenue
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Amazing!! One of Brooklyn's finest. This illustrious venue is well-acclaimed. The best of the best entertainers in the world grace the stages of the one and only King's Theatre. You would never be disappointed. The ambiance and style of this venue cannot be believed until you venture inside its doors. A must see. Please try and get there. Purchase tickets online for upcoming events before you arrive. Directions: Drive or get there by Ride Shares. Right in the heart of Flatbush, Brooklyn, parking may be challenging. Take E103rd St to Flatlands a couple miles straight down to Flatbush and make a right onto Flatbush. Drive straight to Kings Theatre on your right. You cannot miss it.
Amusement Parks
Who comes to Brooklyn, NY and doesn't want to visit the undisputably famous Coney Island, home of the one and only iconic CYCLONE? . . . No one. Especially the kids...lol. Luna Park offers the Loop the Loop, Brooklyn Flyer, Himalaya, Tornado and Thunderbolt just to name a few, which will keep kids and adults enticed for the day or the night. Don't forget that our beautiful MCU Park, home of the Brooklyn Cyclones, is right next door. Baseball games are always exciting, especially the night games. Fun Fact: Every Friday night during the summer, there are fireworks displays on the Coney Island Boardwalk. Parking can be pricey at this popular ball park, so the iron-horse would be the way to go. So do as the locals do, take the NYC transit. We'll tell you how to get there effortlessly. Directions: Get there by Train or Ride Shares. From Canarsie: Walk or take a ride share to the L Train (6 min walk - E 103rd St to Flatlands, left to Rockaway Pkwy, then right to station). Take L Train at Rockaway Parkway Station to New Lots Ave Station (3 min ride); then transfer to the #3 train (cross over to Junius St. Station), take #3 straight to Coney Island Station. 4.5 stars (2,658 google reviews) Excellect
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Coney Island
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Who comes to Brooklyn, NY and doesn't want to visit the undisputably famous Coney Island, home of the one and only iconic CYCLONE? . . . No one. Especially the kids...lol. Luna Park offers the Loop the Loop, Brooklyn Flyer, Himalaya, Tornado and Thunderbolt just to name a few, which will keep kids and adults enticed for the day or the night. Don't forget that our beautiful MCU Park, home of the Brooklyn Cyclones, is right next door. Baseball games are always exciting, especially the night games. Fun Fact: Every Friday night during the summer, there are fireworks displays on the Coney Island Boardwalk. Parking can be pricey at this popular ball park, so the iron-horse would be the way to go. So do as the locals do, take the NYC transit. We'll tell you how to get there effortlessly. Directions: Get there by Train or Ride Shares. From Canarsie: Walk or take a ride share to the L Train (6 min walk - E 103rd St to Flatlands, left to Rockaway Pkwy, then right to station). Take L Train at Rockaway Parkway Station to New Lots Ave Station (3 min ride); then transfer to the #3 train (cross over to Junius St. Station), take #3 straight to Coney Island Station. 4.5 stars (2,658 google reviews) Excellect
Adventurer's Park is a small amusement park in the Bensonhurst section of Brooklyn in New York City. It is a concession located within the city-owned Nellie Bly Park, next to the Belt Parkway. The concession, also originally named Nellie Bly Park, features classic kiddie rides and arcade games as well as a Ferris wheel, go carts and miniature golf. Address: 1824 Shore Pkwy, Brooklyn, NY 11214 Phone: (718) 975-2748 Directions: Get there by Train or Ride Shares. From Canarsie: Walk or take a ride share to the L Train (6 min walk - E 103rd St to Flatlands, left to Rockaway Pkwy, then right to station). Take L Train at Rockaway Parkway Station to last stop - 14th St. and 8th Ave, transfer to the F train to West 4th St. station, then transfer to the D train to 25th Ave Station and walk approx 17 mins to Adventurers Amusement Park. 4.1 stars (820 Google reviews)
Adventurers Amusement Park
1824 Shore Parkway
Adventurer's Park is a small amusement park in the Bensonhurst section of Brooklyn in New York City. It is a concession located within the city-owned Nellie Bly Park, next to the Belt Parkway. The concession, also originally named Nellie Bly Park, features classic kiddie rides and arcade games as well as a Ferris wheel, go carts and miniature golf. Address: 1824 Shore Pkwy, Brooklyn, NY 11214 Phone: (718) 975-2748 Directions: Get there by Train or Ride Shares. From Canarsie: Walk or take a ride share to the L Train (6 min walk - E 103rd St to Flatlands, left to Rockaway Pkwy, then right to station). Take L Train at Rockaway Parkway Station to last stop - 14th St. and 8th Ave, transfer to the F train to West 4th St. station, then transfer to the D train to 25th Ave Station and walk approx 17 mins to Adventurers Amusement Park. 4.1 stars (820 Google reviews)
Neighborhoods
Canarsie is a mostly residential neighborhood in the southeastern portion of the borough of Brooklyn, in New York City, United States. Canarsie is bordered on the east by Fresh Creek Basin and East 108th Street; on the north by Linden Boulevard; on the west by Ralph Avenue; on the southwest by Paerdegat Basin; and on the south by Jamaica Bay. It is adjacent to the neighborhoods of East Flatbush to the west, Flatlands and Bergen Beach to the southwest, Starrett City to the east, East New York to the northeast, and Brownsville to the north. The area near Canarsie was originally settled by the Canarse Native Americans. The community's name is adapted from a Lenape word meaning "fenced area". After European settlement, Canarsie was initially a fishing community that became a popular summer resort in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. By the late 1930s and early 1940s, the resorts had been destroyed and Canarsie was developed as a largely white Italian American and Jewish suburb. In the 1970s, racial tensions developed around an argument over the zoning of the area's schools and in the aftermath, Canarsie became a mainly African-American neighborhood with a high Caribbean and West Indian population in the late 1990s. Zip code: 11236 Community District: Brooklyn 18 Population: 83,693 (2010) Area code: 718, 347, 929, and 917
Canarsie
Canarsie is a mostly residential neighborhood in the southeastern portion of the borough of Brooklyn, in New York City, United States. Canarsie is bordered on the east by Fresh Creek Basin and East 108th Street; on the north by Linden Boulevard; on the west by Ralph Avenue; on the southwest by Paerdegat Basin; and on the south by Jamaica Bay. It is adjacent to the neighborhoods of East Flatbush to the west, Flatlands and Bergen Beach to the southwest, Starrett City to the east, East New York to the northeast, and Brownsville to the north. The area near Canarsie was originally settled by the Canarse Native Americans. The community's name is adapted from a Lenape word meaning "fenced area". After European settlement, Canarsie was initially a fishing community that became a popular summer resort in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. By the late 1930s and early 1940s, the resorts had been destroyed and Canarsie was developed as a largely white Italian American and Jewish suburb. In the 1970s, racial tensions developed around an argument over the zoning of the area's schools and in the aftermath, Canarsie became a mainly African-American neighborhood with a high Caribbean and West Indian population in the late 1990s. Zip code: 11236 Community District: Brooklyn 18 Population: 83,693 (2010) Area code: 718, 347, 929, and 917
Bergen Beach is a residential neighborhood in the borough of Brooklyn, New York City. It is located on a peninsula abutting Jamaica Bay in the southeastern portion of the borough and is bordered by Mill Basin and the neighborhood of the same name to the south and west; the neighborhood of Flatlands to the northwest; Paerdegat Basin and the neighborhood of Canarsie to the northeast; and Jamaica Bay and the Belt Parkway to the east. Bergen Beach contains a sub-neighborhood named Georgetown. The vast majority of residents are white, and the neighborhood generally has a suburban quality. Community District: Brooklyn 18 Zip code: 11234 Population: 45,231 (2010) Borough: Brooklyn Area codes: 718, 347, 929, and 917 City: New York City
Bergen Beach
Bergen Beach is a residential neighborhood in the borough of Brooklyn, New York City. It is located on a peninsula abutting Jamaica Bay in the southeastern portion of the borough and is bordered by Mill Basin and the neighborhood of the same name to the south and west; the neighborhood of Flatlands to the northwest; Paerdegat Basin and the neighborhood of Canarsie to the northeast; and Jamaica Bay and the Belt Parkway to the east. Bergen Beach contains a sub-neighborhood named Georgetown. The vast majority of residents are white, and the neighborhood generally has a suburban quality. Community District: Brooklyn 18 Zip code: 11234 Population: 45,231 (2010) Borough: Brooklyn Area codes: 718, 347, 929, and 917 City: New York City
Mill Basin is a residential neighborhood in the southeastern part of Brooklyn, New York City. It is located on a peninsula abutting Jamaica Bay and is bordered by Avenue U on the northwest and the Mill Basin/Mill Island Inlet on its remaining sides. Mill Basin is adjacent to the neighborhoods of Bergen Beach to the northeast, Flatlands to the northwest, Marine Park to the southwest and Floyd Bennett Field and the former Barren Island to the southeast. Mill Basin also contains a subsection called Old Mill Basin, north of Avenue U. Mill Basin was originally Mill Island, located in Jamaica Bay. In the 17th century, a mill was built on Mill, Bergen and Barren Islands. The archipelago was then occupied by the Schenck and Crooke families through the late 19th century and remained a mostly rural area with oyster fishing. After Robert Crooke developed a smelting plant on Mill Island in 1890, industrial customers started developing the island and connected it to the rest of Brooklyn. In an effort to develop Mill Basin as a seaport district, ports and dry docks were built in the early 20th century, though a lack of railroad connections hindered the area's further growth. Residential development began in the 1950s, along with much of the rest of southeast Brooklyn, though some of the former industrial buildings remain. Zip code: 11234 Community District: Brooklyn 18 Population: 45,231 (2010) Borough: Brooklyn Area codes: 718, 347, 929, and 917
Mill Basin
Mill Basin is a residential neighborhood in the southeastern part of Brooklyn, New York City. It is located on a peninsula abutting Jamaica Bay and is bordered by Avenue U on the northwest and the Mill Basin/Mill Island Inlet on its remaining sides. Mill Basin is adjacent to the neighborhoods of Bergen Beach to the northeast, Flatlands to the northwest, Marine Park to the southwest and Floyd Bennett Field and the former Barren Island to the southeast. Mill Basin also contains a subsection called Old Mill Basin, north of Avenue U. Mill Basin was originally Mill Island, located in Jamaica Bay. In the 17th century, a mill was built on Mill, Bergen and Barren Islands. The archipelago was then occupied by the Schenck and Crooke families through the late 19th century and remained a mostly rural area with oyster fishing. After Robert Crooke developed a smelting plant on Mill Island in 1890, industrial customers started developing the island and connected it to the rest of Brooklyn. In an effort to develop Mill Basin as a seaport district, ports and dry docks were built in the early 20th century, though a lack of railroad connections hindered the area's further growth. Residential development began in the 1950s, along with much of the rest of southeast Brooklyn, though some of the former industrial buildings remain. Zip code: 11234 Community District: Brooklyn 18 Population: 45,231 (2010) Borough: Brooklyn Area codes: 718, 347, 929, and 917
Spring Creek, previously called Spring Creek Basin, is a neighborhood within the East New York section of Brooklyn in New York City. It roughly comprises the southern portions of East New York between Flatlands Avenue to the north and Jamaica Bay and the Gateway National Recreation Area to the south, with the Brooklyn neighborhood of Canarsie to the west and the Queens neighborhood of Howard Beach to the east. It is named after Spring Creek, one of several creeks that formerly ran through the area and drained into Jamaica Bay. For most of its history, the neighborhood of Spring Creek was considered the place where "the city came to an end", consisting of undeveloped marshland used as illegal dumping grounds and hosting several large landfills and an incinerator during the 20th century. Much of the area was designated as the Fresh Creek Urban Renewal Area in 1967. The area has since seen several major development and restoration projects, including the Starrett City apartment complex, the Gateway Center shopping complex, several affordable housing communities and Spring Creek Park. Spring Creek had the largest net gain in population in Brooklyn between 1940 and 2010, an increase of 330%. ZIP Codes: 11207, 11208, 11239 Community District: Brooklyn 5 Area codes: 718, 347, 929, and 917 City: New York City
Spring Creek
Spring Creek, previously called Spring Creek Basin, is a neighborhood within the East New York section of Brooklyn in New York City. It roughly comprises the southern portions of East New York between Flatlands Avenue to the north and Jamaica Bay and the Gateway National Recreation Area to the south, with the Brooklyn neighborhood of Canarsie to the west and the Queens neighborhood of Howard Beach to the east. It is named after Spring Creek, one of several creeks that formerly ran through the area and drained into Jamaica Bay. For most of its history, the neighborhood of Spring Creek was considered the place where "the city came to an end", consisting of undeveloped marshland used as illegal dumping grounds and hosting several large landfills and an incinerator during the 20th century. Much of the area was designated as the Fresh Creek Urban Renewal Area in 1967. The area has since seen several major development and restoration projects, including the Starrett City apartment complex, the Gateway Center shopping complex, several affordable housing communities and Spring Creek Park. Spring Creek had the largest net gain in population in Brooklyn between 1940 and 2010, an increase of 330%. ZIP Codes: 11207, 11208, 11239 Community District: Brooklyn 5 Area codes: 718, 347, 929, and 917 City: New York City
Churches
4.8 stars (491 Google reviews) Non-profit The Christian Cultural Center is a non-denominational Christian megachurch located in the East New York section of Brooklyn, New York City, with a satellite campus in Smithtown on Long Island. Christian Cultural Center began as a small parish in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn, New York in 1978. Our present Senior Pastor, Rev. A. R. Bernard, left a ten year banking career, to follow the call of God on his life to full time ministry to become the founding Pastor. With his wife Karen Bernard at his side the church began with a small membership, spreading the gospel of Jesus Christ and reaching out to its local community in Brooklyn. The Lord Jesus Christ has taken the church through many stages of growth and development over the years. Today CCC stands not only as a premier spiritual institution, in New York City and around the world, but as a unique model of Christian Ministry. A. R. Bernard served as President of the Council of Churches of the City of New York representing 1.5 million Protestants, Anglicans and Orthodox Christians. He has a Master of Urban Studies and a Master of Divinity from Alliance Theological Seminary. He has been awarded an Honorary Doctor of Divinity from Wagner College, May, 2010 and an honorary Doctor of Divinity degree from Nyack College/Alliance Theological Seminary, May 2009. Karen Bernard left a career in Queens County Supreme Court to raise 7 sons and co-pastor with her husband. Together they have successfully experienced, 46 years of marriage and 40 years of ministry. Today Christian Cultural center sits on a 11.5 acre campus with a registered membership of over 37,000. Directions: Car: Drive down East 103rd to Flatlands, right turn onto Flatlands to Christian Cultural Center on the right (5 mins). Bus: Walk up E 103rd St to Flatlands Ave, take B82 at East 103rd St & Flatlands Ave to Christian Cultural Center (approx 12 mins); Approximately 25 min walk. Ride shares: Uber/Lyft also available.
Christian Cultural Center - Brooklyn Campus
12020 Flatlands Ave
4.8 stars (491 Google reviews) Non-profit The Christian Cultural Center is a non-denominational Christian megachurch located in the East New York section of Brooklyn, New York City, with a satellite campus in Smithtown on Long Island. Christian Cultural Center began as a small parish in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn, New York in 1978. Our present Senior Pastor, Rev. A. R. Bernard, left a ten year banking career, to follow the call of God on his life to full time ministry to become the founding Pastor. With his wife Karen Bernard at his side the church began with a small membership, spreading the gospel of Jesus Christ and reaching out to its local community in Brooklyn. The Lord Jesus Christ has taken the church through many stages of growth and development over the years. Today CCC stands not only as a premier spiritual institution, in New York City and around the world, but as a unique model of Christian Ministry. A. R. Bernard served as President of the Council of Churches of the City of New York representing 1.5 million Protestants, Anglicans and Orthodox Christians. He has a Master of Urban Studies and a Master of Divinity from Alliance Theological Seminary. He has been awarded an Honorary Doctor of Divinity from Wagner College, May, 2010 and an honorary Doctor of Divinity degree from Nyack College/Alliance Theological Seminary, May 2009. Karen Bernard left a career in Queens County Supreme Court to raise 7 sons and co-pastor with her husband. Together they have successfully experienced, 46 years of marriage and 40 years of ministry. Today Christian Cultural center sits on a 11.5 acre campus with a registered membership of over 37,000. Directions: Car: Drive down East 103rd to Flatlands, right turn onto Flatlands to Christian Cultural Center on the right (5 mins). Bus: Walk up E 103rd St to Flatlands Ave, take B82 at East 103rd St & Flatlands Ave to Christian Cultural Center (approx 12 mins); Approximately 25 min walk. Ride shares: Uber/Lyft also available.
4.8 stars (1,899 Google reviews) Megachurch in Brooklyn, New York Brooklyn Tabernacle is an evangelical non-denominational megachurch located at 17 Smith Street at the Fulton Mall in downtown Brooklyn, New York City. The senior pastor is Jim Cymbala. The Brooklyn Tabernacle was established in 1847 as the Central Presbyterian Church, using the facilities of the First Presbyterian Church, at the corner of Willoughby Street and Pearl. Their first building was a frame tabernacle on the corner of State and Nevins Streets, beginning April 3, 1853. The first tabernacle was destroyed by fire in 1869. The second Brooklyn Tabernacle was built in 1873 at the corner of Marcy and Jefferson. This tabernacle was destroyed during a thunderstorm in 1889. The third tabernacle, built at the corner of Clinton Avenue and Greene Street seated 6,000 persons and was destroyed by fire in 1894, but was then rebuilt at the same location. Fulton Street side of Smith Street building. In 1966, the church is renamed "Brooklyn Gospel Tabernacle" by the pastor Clair D. Hutchins. By the time Pastor Jim and Carol Cymbala took over the leadership in the autumn of 1971, the congregation had dwindled to 40 people who met in a rundown building on Atlantic Avenue in Brooklyn. In the 1980s, the Brooklyn Tabernacle purchased the former Carlton Theatre at 292 Flatbush Avenue at 7th Avenue, converting the 1383-seat theatre into a church. After many years of decline, the church was revitalized as a non-denominational congregation and became well known as the home of the award-winning Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir. In 1984, the church took its current name "Brooklyn Tabernacle". The church remained in this location until 2002 when they moved in the former Loew's Metropolitan Theatre at 17 Smith Street. The sanctuary seats 3,300 people. The Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir sang "The Battle Hymn of the Republic" at the 2013 second inauguration of Barack Obama. The church has been noted for its sermons, guests and its six time Grammy Award-winning Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir, which is directed by Carol Cymbala, the wife of the main Pastor, Jim Cymbala. The church has held three two-hour services weekly. In 2017, the church had 10,000 members. Directions: Car: Drive down East 103rd to Flatlands Ave, take Flatlands Ave to E 89th St-266 ft, Turn right at the 1st cross st onto E 89th St-0.1 mi, Turn right at the 1st cross st onto Glenwood Rd-266 ft, Turn left at the 1st cross street onto Remsen Ave, Pass by Dollar Tree (on the left)-0.5 mi, Turn right onto Ditmas Ave-0.6 mi, Pass by Wendy's (on the left)-0.4 mi, Turn left onto Rockaway Pkwy-1.3 mi, Continue straight onto Buffalo Ave-0.2 mi, Turn left onto Eastern Pkwy-2.3 mi, Turn right onto Grand Army Plaza-390 ft, Continue straight to stay on Grand Army Plaza-69 ft, Keep left to stay on Grand Army Plaza-213 ft, Continue onto Flatbush Ave-1.0 mi, Turn left onto Livingston St-0.5 mi Turn right onto Smith St-Destin. will be on the right-164 ft The Brooklyn Tabernacle, 17 Smith St, Brooklyn, NY 11201 Ride shares: Uber/Lyft also available.
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Brooklyn Tabernacle
17 Smith Street
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4.8 stars (1,899 Google reviews) Megachurch in Brooklyn, New York Brooklyn Tabernacle is an evangelical non-denominational megachurch located at 17 Smith Street at the Fulton Mall in downtown Brooklyn, New York City. The senior pastor is Jim Cymbala. The Brooklyn Tabernacle was established in 1847 as the Central Presbyterian Church, using the facilities of the First Presbyterian Church, at the corner of Willoughby Street and Pearl. Their first building was a frame tabernacle on the corner of State and Nevins Streets, beginning April 3, 1853. The first tabernacle was destroyed by fire in 1869. The second Brooklyn Tabernacle was built in 1873 at the corner of Marcy and Jefferson. This tabernacle was destroyed during a thunderstorm in 1889. The third tabernacle, built at the corner of Clinton Avenue and Greene Street seated 6,000 persons and was destroyed by fire in 1894, but was then rebuilt at the same location. Fulton Street side of Smith Street building. In 1966, the church is renamed "Brooklyn Gospel Tabernacle" by the pastor Clair D. Hutchins. By the time Pastor Jim and Carol Cymbala took over the leadership in the autumn of 1971, the congregation had dwindled to 40 people who met in a rundown building on Atlantic Avenue in Brooklyn. In the 1980s, the Brooklyn Tabernacle purchased the former Carlton Theatre at 292 Flatbush Avenue at 7th Avenue, converting the 1383-seat theatre into a church. After many years of decline, the church was revitalized as a non-denominational congregation and became well known as the home of the award-winning Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir. In 1984, the church took its current name "Brooklyn Tabernacle". The church remained in this location until 2002 when they moved in the former Loew's Metropolitan Theatre at 17 Smith Street. The sanctuary seats 3,300 people. The Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir sang "The Battle Hymn of the Republic" at the 2013 second inauguration of Barack Obama. The church has been noted for its sermons, guests and its six time Grammy Award-winning Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir, which is directed by Carol Cymbala, the wife of the main Pastor, Jim Cymbala. The church has held three two-hour services weekly. In 2017, the church had 10,000 members. Directions: Car: Drive down East 103rd to Flatlands Ave, take Flatlands Ave to E 89th St-266 ft, Turn right at the 1st cross st onto E 89th St-0.1 mi, Turn right at the 1st cross st onto Glenwood Rd-266 ft, Turn left at the 1st cross street onto Remsen Ave, Pass by Dollar Tree (on the left)-0.5 mi, Turn right onto Ditmas Ave-0.6 mi, Pass by Wendy's (on the left)-0.4 mi, Turn left onto Rockaway Pkwy-1.3 mi, Continue straight onto Buffalo Ave-0.2 mi, Turn left onto Eastern Pkwy-2.3 mi, Turn right onto Grand Army Plaza-390 ft, Continue straight to stay on Grand Army Plaza-69 ft, Keep left to stay on Grand Army Plaza-213 ft, Continue onto Flatbush Ave-1.0 mi, Turn left onto Livingston St-0.5 mi Turn right onto Smith St-Destin. will be on the right-164 ft The Brooklyn Tabernacle, 17 Smith St, Brooklyn, NY 11201 Ride shares: Uber/Lyft also available.