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Shops from a Can: DeKalb Market Opens in Brooklyn

What do you do with a stack of pre-Credit Crisis megaloplex plans and a 1.5 million square foot, post-Crisis cement hole?  Why, make lemonade, of...

Visiting Brooklyn Flea’s Top Stands

T+L heads to Fort Greene, where the Brooklyn Flea first started.

NYC Ritual: First Saturdays in Brooklyn

It’s difficult to conjure up a dull weekend in New York, but that task is downright impossible on the first weekend of every month, when...

Guess Where? Brooklyn House

Can you believe this enormous Japanese-style house is in Brooklyn? What neighborhood do you think this is in?

Brooklyn Bound

You can take Manhattan—Peter Jon Lindberg finds attitude, energy, and a refreshing counterpoint to that other borough right in his own backyard.

Brooklyn Botanic Garden Unveils Weiss/Manfredi-Designed Visitor Center

Opening May 16th, the Brooklyn Botanic Garden’s new entrance along Washington Avenue is no garden-variety visitors center. Nestled into a hillside in the northeast corner,...

Now Open, Brooklyn Winery: The Borough's First Urban Winemaker

Brooklynites have been able to find vegetables, beer, and even wine produced in their own borough for quite awhile now. And while they’ve found ways...

Editor Picks: Affordable Meals in Brooklyn

Since I've dined (and dined, and dined) at all of the restaurants in my own lovely neighborhood of Fort Greene, Brooklyn, I've set a new...

Obsession: Blue Bottle in Brooklyn

I’ve been hitting the bottle for breakfast lately. Not just any bottle—the new outpost of Blue Bottle Coffee Co. in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. This is the...

It's Still Summer at Brooklyn's Red Hook Lobster Pound

As if any of us in the northeast part of the country needed further proof, today’s chilling weather is another reminder that it’s time to...
HOTELS

Nu Hotel

The brick-and-steel Nu Hotel has 93 minimalist-chic rooms appointed with faux-sheepskin rugs, gauzy white curtains, and Brooklyn-centric artwork. Playful touches enhance the clean aesthetic: oversize... more ›


RESTAURANTS

Flatbush Farm

This farmhouse-inspired restaurant in Prospect Heights brings a distinct countryside spirit to the city with displayed farm equipment, 19th-century portraits, empty bell jars, and filament bulbs... more ›


ACTIVITIES

Larry Lawrence

The atmosphere recalls an outsized Finnish sauna, with acres of glowing pine and a glass-enclosed deck. The crowd, most nights, is just as attractive. more ›


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