Category Archives: Brooklyn

Eat your way through Williamsburg, Brooklyn

Pies and Thighs, 166 S. 4th Street (at Driggs) Brooklyn, NY 11211 A hole in the wall that packs up fast, service is lax, but the CHICKEN BISCUIT is worth it all. There is nothing better for a freshly fried … Continue reading

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Guide to Williamsburg: Brooklyn’s Hippest Neighborhood

Travelers from all over the world come to NYC to see the sights, and itineraries have recently veered from mainstream Manhattan into new wave Brooklyn. There are many neighborhoods in the borough, but none more hip than Williamsburg. What to … Continue reading

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Barhopping in Williamsburg, Brooklyn

The Ides at Wythe Hotel, 80 Wythe Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11249 You’ll feel quite fancy heading up the elevator to the swank rooftop lounge, but don’t fret – this place is very relaxed. There is an indoor bar and a … Continue reading

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Pulaski Bridge, from Brooklyn to Queens

If you’re visiting a bridge in Brooklyn, Pulaski probably isn’t the first one that will pop into your head. However, if you’ve already been to the Brooklyn Bridge and you’re seeking a new structure, you might be surprised at what … Continue reading

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Brooklyn Art Library

One part art supplies store, one part gallery, one part library – all parts absolutely awesome. I had no idea how enthralled I would become with the Brooklyn Art Library [28 Frost St, Brooklyn, NY 11211] in Williamsburg when my … Continue reading

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Ample Hills Creamery, Brooklyn

When I’m drooling while watching the Food Network on TV I always get overly excited to see restaurants that are nearby featured. One episode showcased the top five ice creams in America and I could barely contain myself when I … Continue reading

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Morbid Anatomy Museum, Brooklyn

Do you find that you are intrigued by the obscure? Enjoy walking the line between strange and beautiful? Does the dark idea of death visit your dreams? If you answered yes to one or more of these questions, you should … Continue reading

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