Park Slope, Brooklyn Places

Part of our Brooklyn travel guide; our list of the best things to see in Park Slope, including Bogotá Latin Bistro, Cafe Steinhof and Cog & Pearl.
  • The best place in Park Slope Brooklyn: Bogotá Latin Bistro

    Bogotá Latin Bistro

    141 5th Ave
    M 5PM-11PM, W-Th 5PM-11PM, F 5PM-1AM, Sa noon-1AM, Su noon-11PM. Pan-Latin cuisine ranging the South American continent with main dishes from Colombia. Full service bar featuring mojitos and imported Latin American beers and wines. Happy hour and live music.
    Fort Green
  • Cafe Steinhof

    Cafe Steinhof

    422 7th Ave
    M 5PM-11PM, Tu-Th 11AM-4PM and 5PM-11PM, F-Sa 11AM-4PM and 5PM-midnight, Su 11AM-4PM and 5PM-11PM. A bar/restaurant with good, inexpensive food, specializing in Austrian cuisine. Dinner mains all $15 and under; sandwiches and small meals $11 and under. Monday is $6 Gulasch Night, an excellent value, especially for the neighborhood.
    Greenwood
  • Cog & Pearl

    190 5th Ave
    Noon-8PM daily. A great place to find high quality hand-made designer items. A one-stop shop for last minute gifts.
    Fort Green
  • Beacon's Closet

    Beacon's Closet

    86 N
    11th Street (between Berry and Wythe). A big thrift store focusing on clothes, they buy and sell and have lots of variety for men and women. Also lots of shoes.
    Fort Green
  • Brooklyn Superhero Supply Store

    372 5th Ave
    The Brooklyn Superhero Supply Co. is your one-stop shopping destination for crime-fighting needs in the Tri-State area. Items on sale include capes, masks, secret identity kits, invisibility detection goggles, particle blasters, powdered anti-matter, deflector gauntlets, bottled justice, maps showing hotspots of good and evil, power rings, and countless other tools essential for any hard-working do-gooder. Test a cape, get devillainized, create your superhero persona and enter it in the master log - they've got it all. The BSSC is also a clever front for the 826NYC Student Writing Center, a non-profit center founded by Dave Eggers (among others) where kids aged 6-18 may receive after school tutoring, or attend a variety of creative workshops, all free of charge. Student writing is on sale in the store, along with books and other items from the McSweeney's label.
    Carroll Gardens
  • The Brooklyn Brewery

    The Brooklyn Brewery

    79 N 11th St
    11th Street (between Berry and Wythe). The award-winning brewery has grown to buildings on both sides of 11th, and they offer tours on both weekends and weekdays. The tour is a lot of fun and educational, and you get tokens to sample some of the delicious brew. They don't have a kitchen, but some great local pizza places deliver to the brewery -- it may seem odd but it's encouraged. There are some no reservation tours on Saturday and Sunday, with reservations required for smaller, more private tours Monday through Thursday. On Friday there are no tours, but it's a popular hangout. More information on tours can be found at their website.
    Fort Green
  • Brooklyn Nets

    Barclays Center
    An NBA team that plays in the Barclays Center, an arena at 620 Atlantic Ave. Formerly the New Jersey Nets before 2012, it's now the first major league team to call Brooklyn its home since 1958, after the Dodgers left to Los Angeles.
    Fort Green food nearby
  • Ghenet

    Ghenet

    348 Douglass St
    M 5PM-10PM, Tu-Th 5PM-10:30PM, F 5PM-11PM, Sa noon-11PM, Su noon-10:30PM. Delicious Ethiopian food. Try kitfo or the gored-gored, or, if raw meat isn't to your taste, try any of the more conventional Ethiopian offerings. They have set plates that are good, but can be somewhat limiting.
    Fort Green
  • Press 195

    Press 195

    195 5th Ave
    M-Th 11:30AM-10PM, F-Sa 11:30AM-11PM, Su noon-10PM. Cash only. Serves 30 unique panini (including the ability to create your own panino) in a high end style. Press 195 has a fantastic outside seating area that is ideal for enjoying great sandwiches on a sunny day.
    Fort Green
  • Tea Lounge

    Tea Lounge

    837 Union St
    M-Th 7AM-1AM, F 7AM-2AM, Sa 8AM-2AM, Su 8AM-1AM. By now it's a tried and true formula: a big room with lots of thrift-shop couches, an Italian coffee machine and the expertise to use it to make a well crafted mocha. Pastries, bagels, wine, hard liquor, smoothies. Throw in cool ceiling fans and free wireless internet access and you're set for a great morning windup to NYC sightseeing. $2 regular coffee is just the bonus.
    Fort Green
  • Moim

    Moim

    206 Garfield Pl
    Tu 5:30PM-10:30PM, W Noon-3PM and 5:30PM-10:30PM, Th-F noon-3PM and 5:30PM-11PM, Sa noon-4:30PM and 5:30PM-11PM, Su noon-4:30PM and 5:30PM-10:30PM. Delicious modern Korean food. Although probably not terribly authentic, as the food here is rather haute, it is still delicious and worth the price. As is usual in Korean restaurants, the bulgogi is a good bet, but the grilled squid and the vegetable noodles are excellent as well.
    Fort Green
  • Al di Là Trattoria

    Al di Là Trattoria

    248 5th Ave
    al di là trattoria- Venetian inspired Italian cuisine in Park Slope, Brooklyn
    Fort Green
  • Total Wine Bar

    74 5th Ave
    M-Th 6PM-1AM, F 6PM-2AM, Sa 3PM-2AM, Su 3AM-1AM. A very upscale but reasonably priced wine bar that also serves fine cheeses among other small plates. The atmosphere is excellent for a date or just a great place to hang out with a few friends. It is not particularly conducive to larger groups however.
    Fort Green
  • Barclays Center

    Barclays Center

    620 Atlantic Ave
    Barclays Center is a multi-purpose indoor arena in Brooklyn, New York. It sits partly on a platform over the Metropolitan Transportation Authority-owned Vanderbilt Yards rail yard at Atlantic Avenue. It is part of a proposed $4.9 billion sports arena, business and residential complex known as the Atlantic Yards.
    Fort Green eat nearby
  • Oshima

    71 7th Ave
    M-Th noon-3PM and 5PM-11PM, F noon-3PM and 5PM-midnight, Sa 1PM-midnight, Su 1PM-11PM. Delicious sushi. Their best sushi is their rolls, although their individual pieces are good, and the sushi plates are a decent deal.
    Fort Green
  • Southpaw

    125 5th Ave
    M-Th 8PM-2AM, F-Sa 8PM-4AM. Park Slope music venue.
    Fort Green
  • Barbes

    Barbes

    376 9th St
    M-Th 5PM-2AM, F-Sa noon-4AM, Su noon-2AM. A truly wonderful neighborhood bar and live music venue. Barbes tends tends to bring in bands that play early swing, Balkan brass bands (which are fabulous), and singer/songwriter types. The shows tend to be very high quality, and the drinks are reasonable, and well made. The help is extremely friendly, and will make you feel at home in no time.
    Carroll Gardens
  • Loki Lounge

    304 5th Ave
    M-F 3PM-4AM, Sa-Su noon-4AM. A sports bar with a pool table in the front, and a pleasant lounge in the back with many sunken but elegant couches. This lounge has a good atmosphere for a date or a group of friends almost any size.
    Carroll Gardens
  • The Chip Shop

    383 5th Ave
    M-Th noon-10PM, F noon-11PM, Sa 11AM-11PM, Su 11AM-10PM. Serves some of the best English fish and chips outside of the UK.
    Carroll Gardens
  • Patio Lounge

    179 5th Ave
    Su-Th 5PM-2AM, F-Sa 5PM-4AM. A wine bar that makes a great sangria. It has a very relaxed atmosphere and the music is soft enough to allow talking. On the weekends there is a DJ providing an eclectic mix of music. Out back there is a very nice garden area that is especially tempting during the warmer months. The best part is that they will even let you order take out to the bar and eat it out back! Patio only serves wine, beer and sake, but if you are looking for something with more of a kick ask for the Japanese "rice vodka".
    Fort Green
  • Prospect Park

    Prospect Park

    Congdon St at Bowen St
    Prospect Park is a 585-acre public park in the New York City borough of Brooklyn located between Park Slope, Prospect-Lefferts Gardens, Ditmas Park, Windsor Terrace and Flatbush Avenue, Grand Army Plaza and the Brooklyn Botanic Garden. It is run and operated by the New York City Department of Parks and Recreation and is part of the Brooklyn-Queens Greenway.
    Flatbush restaurants nearby
  • The Chocolate Room

    The Chocolate Room

    86 5th Ave
    The Chocolate Room is more than just Chocolate, it is a date place, a fun place and a place where you will feel like family! We take pride in our desserts and confections, use all natural ingredients and would never serve anything less!
    Fort Green
  • Applewood

    Applewood

    501 11th St
    Park Slope, Brooklyn, restaurant featuring a daily-changing menu of locally- and sustainably-sourced ingredients.
    Carroll Gardens
  • La Villa Pizza & Restaurant

    La Villa Pizza & Restaurant

    261 5th Ave
    In order to tell the story of how La Villa came to be in 1982 properly, we must go back three decades before. In 1955 my Uncle, Gino Branchinelli opened the family's first Pizzeria on 5th avenue and Bay ridge. He along with my Other Uncle, Antonio opened more locations around Brooklyn and in 1960 opened Gino's Italian Ices on 39th street as well. In the late 60's My Father Benito joined my uncle a
    Fort Green
  • Franny's

    Franny's

    295 Flatbush Ave
    The two owners of Franny’s, FRANCINE STEPHENS and ANDREW FEINBERG, have a strong commitment to creating an environmentally responsible business. While their commitment to sustainable agriculture has been part of franny’s since it’s inception—defined as purchasing locally grown foods and serving them in the seasons during which they are grown—their business itself continues to grow increasingly sus
    Fort Green
  • Song

    Song

    295 5th Ave
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