As New York City’s most populous borough, the scope of things to do in Brooklyn is vast and of a wide variety. Brooklyn’s rapidly evolving cultural landscape has turned the borough into an incompatible travel destination. World-class dining, shopping, arts and cultural offerings provide a plethora of opportunities to dive head first into the heart of New York City.
On the dining side of things, Brooklyn has long been known for its pizza and italian food. Over the past few years, however, the borough’s reputation has expanded to encompass cuisines from all over. From French to Indian to New American and beyond, Brooklyn’s diverse flavors now make it one of the world’s premier dining destinations.
Brooklyn’s shopping and art scenes are each filled to the brim with originality, creating an array of unique things to do in Brooklyn. An incredibly close-knit and supportive arts community creates an immeasurable amount of independent art, in addition to more mainstream cultural attractions like the Brooklyn Museum and Brooklyn Academy of Music. The strength and resourcefulness of that creativity in turn feeds our retail and shopping circles some truly extraordinary merchandise.
Boasting a rich history, Brooklyn is decorated with landmarks throughout. Staples like Prospect Park and the New York Transit Museum keep the majestic history of this borough interconnected with the progress and pace of change for which New York City is known.
A short walk from the Nu Hotel, Carroll Gardens is one of the most charming and lovely neighborhoods in Downtown Brooklyn. A great place to just take a walk, it’s also home to a number of delicious restaurants, cool bars, and some great outdoor hangouts. Here are our favorite things to do in Carroll Gardens. The Other Half Brewing Company One of the best tasting rooms and brewing companies in...