THE FULLEST Guide to Brooklyn
From Greenpoint to Bushwick, Brooklyn has undergone a significant gentrification process over the past few decades. However, it still manages to retain its offbeat charm and effortlessly cool demeanor. In its bustling neighborhoods, you’ll find creative types, bearded types, wellness types, and foodie types from all walks of life. It’s also home to college kids, young families, and older generations that remember a time before microbreweries. To help us mine the hidden gems and the Brooklyn classics, we enlisted artist and designer, Caroline Z Hurley. Her studio and storefront are located in Greenpoint, where Caroline creates each new collection, meaning she’s definitely got her finger on the pulse of all things artsy, homey, and enduring. We guarantee you’ll find some new discoveries to add to your Brooklyn must-do list. Personally, we’re loving the neighborhood of Red Hook. Check it out below.
I love seafood but what I love even more is eating seafood with a view. And that’s exactly what you get at Brooklyn Crab. It’s a Red Hook favorite and it’s got the best view of the Statue of Liberty and the East River. Also if you are young and like to party — they have a fun bar!