In New York City’s most populous borough, diversity shines through art, museums, and food. A day in Brooklyn can start with a trendy organic brunch in Williamsburg and end with a roller coaster ride in Coney Island.
Several subway lines connect Brooklyn to Manhattan, making transportation to and from the area easy and convenient. Three bridges act as gateways to the borough. Walk over the iconic Brooklyn Bridge and end at the Brooklyn Heights promenade, the perfect place to take in breathtaking view of the Manhattan skyline. Sports fans and music lovers will find no shortage of things to do in Brooklyn. Barclays Center is home to the NBA’s Brooklyn Nets and NHL’s New York Islanders. If sports aren’t music to your ears, the Brooklyn Academy of Music and Brooklyn Philharmonic offer seasonal and ongoing performances.
From people-watching to culinary treats, Brooklyn is truly a feast for the senses. Admire Park Slope’s quintessential brownstones and Bushwick’s signature street art. Your mouth and stomach will thank you after a slice from Emmy Squared or Roberta’s, or after you indulge yourself with a mouthwatering Peter Luger steak.