Multiple stores, restaurants, library to choose from in the neighborhood. Great hospital , Brooklyn Methodist.
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Thanksgiving weekend we spend several hours strolling 5th and 7th Avenues among others. Great small shops, so many attractive restaurants. A real neighborhood vibe. Many historic row houses with beautiful architectural details. We will be back, and we will keep walking.
I love the old brownstones, as well as the great restaurants, cafes, parks, and stores here! And don't forget to visit the world-class Brooklyn Museum nearby!
Comprised of refurbished brownstones, interesting restaurants , food stores and gorgeous parks. It is an outstanding place to live , work and visit. Over the last 40 years it has gone from a has been to a desirable area that everyone wants to be in....More
We stayed in an airbnb in Park Slope and it was a great location. There were lots of bars and restaurants about to get a quick or longer meal as well as delis for breakfast and lunches. It is a lovely area with nice old...More
SAFE, SAFE, SAFE!! Quick access to Manhattan. This neighborhood is the best location for local restaurants, bars, groceries, shops. No getting beaten up by crowded streets while walking through the neighborhood. Strangers speak; strangers help with recommendations and directions; shop keepers welcome each and everyone....More
Always surprising that the main shopping street, 7th Avenue hasn't picked up. Very crowded with dogs, strollers. Unless you're particularly interested in brownstone architecture not much else.
This very cool neighborhood has become a bit too swank. But it still has a lot of character, lots of places for food and drink. Close in and transit-friendly. Pleasant row house streets.
I love that I chose to go beyond my comfort level and throw intimidation out the window. I should have done this a long time ago but what's better than the present?! I can see and feel myself transforming and healing. My spirit truly needed...More
Park Slope is a beautiful family neighborhood full of all types of people. They're still down to earth despite the soaring housing prices. The homes are architecturally interesting and varied. Streets are lovely and the park is inviting. There's always something to do in the...More