This is such a fun and inexpensive gem for families traveling with children! The views are spectacular!
Brooklyn Bridge Park. But in 2012 Jane’s Carousel won Travel & Leisure’s 2012 Design Award for Best Public Space. Impressive!
Take the kids or go for a ride yourself on a beautiful, antique carousel. Built in 1922 by the Philadelphia Toboggan Company, the carousel was lovingly restored and donated to the park by Jane and David Walentas. Located in the Empire Fulton Ferry section of Brooklyn Bridge Park, Jane’s Carousel is…
Take the kids for a ride on a historic carousel set against the beautiful New York skyline in Dumbo.
“The brightly decorated One Girl Cookies has a wide assortment of mini cookies and dainty whoopie pies. ”
“This is a gourmet food shop with a great salad bar that is the best thing in the place. There homemade popcorn is also pretty great!”
“Our all time favorite bar. A long wooden counter lite by a warm light in an intimate atmosphere. We love the cocktails, cheap beer (Session), the menu, music, the free pool table and its Sunday brunch”
“This restaurant, on a cobblestone street close to the Brooklyn Navy Yard, is a good choice for a sit-down dinner (or a break-up-the-day brunch). The space is charming and weathered, with cozy dining spaces in its wood-filled interior. If the weather is nice, take a seat in the garden. Popular entrees include cast-iron chicken and spinach and ricotta manicotti; pancakes are the way to go earlier in the day. For dessert, try the rich Guinness chocolate cake. You can grab a light bite and coffee from its casual offshoot, VHH Foods in Empire Stores.”