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Relax on a bench to people watch, picnic or just take in the breathtaking views of the Manhattan skyline along this exclusively pedestrain walkway that is lined with grand historic townhouses and features a playground at Montague Street.
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Brooklyn Heights was New York’s first Suburb. Set on a bluff above the East River, it is home to beautiful homes and commercial buildings. It is an Historic Landmark District, and the look and feel of the place has been protected since 1965. Take a...More
Visiting the Brooklyn Heights Promenade without strolling along the area would be an incomplete trip. The neighborhood is an affluent area of Brooklyn with many beautiful home built before the Civil War. Technically, the neigborhood covers anything from Cadman Park to the East River. But,...More
The Brooklyn Heights is a nice and peaceful place to stay when in Brooklyn. It has a lot of place to eat (different cuisine) and convenience stores and pharmacy. A nice place to visit too during December where the Dyker Heights turned into Christmas Mansions...
As the first subway stop from Manhattan, Brooklyn Heights is a great place to start getting to know Brooklyn. The architecture is beautiful, lots of brownstones line the streets. Beautiful gardens, tree lined streets. Nice shopping are and cafes, restaurants. Great place for a walk.
We have visited NYC annually for years but never explored Brooklyn Heights and as such, signed on for an August Sunday tour with John. Fans of this company and having taken multiple tours domestically and abroad, my husband, son and I can honestly say that...More
I am lucky that I have family in Brooklyn thanks to my son's marrying a wonderful girl who lived here all her life. The views from the Brooklyn Promenade and the Brooklyn Bridge Bridge Park ate amazing. You can see not only the Statue of...More
Walk down Montague Street, stop at Lassing and Hennins- get great sandwich to go and eat at Promanade. There is a small play ground for kids on Pierrepont and usually an ice cream truck parked in front.
Take a walk on Pierrepont, Willow Street, and the Promenade. Eat at Lantern on Henry St. and shop at Loft,(Montague St.) for good buys in women's clothes. Visit the Brooklyn Historical Society on corner of Henry St.and Pierrepont.
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LCL, imagine 90 degrees angle. You are landing at the corner. Staying close to the water, walking towards the bridge, you would go to Brooklyn Park, Dumbo, and you would see carousel, view of Manhattan, and the photo shut... More
LCL, imagine 90 degrees angle. You are landing at the corner. Staying close to the water, walking towards the bridge, you would go to Brooklyn Park, Dumbo, and you would see carousel, view of Manhattan, and the photo shut place between the bridges.
Going the other way to the Promenade, on Columbia,
you would see the Statue of Liberty from a distance, end up on Montague Street to eat and see Brooklyn Brownstones and admire the architecture.
However, the corner itself is beautiful with a view of downtown Manhattan, famous ice cream, pricey but great River Cafe (can go for a drink at the bar), and Juliana's Pizza at 19 Old Fulton Street. There is also Grimaldi's famous pizza down the block. Grimaldi's has better ambiance but Juliana's better pizza, both good though.
Possibly, if you like to walk and have a full day, you can see
all parts of this angle. You would need to take a taxi from Montaque to under the Manhattan bridge and walk back towards Brooklyn Bridge. Brooklyn Bridge has a beautiful walkway to Manhattan with very picturesque views.
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Hello ! I love to start my visit to Brooklyn Heights by starting at Court Street, and walking down Montague towards The Promenade. The shops and restaurants are my favorites, and after a few blocks you're in a more... More
Hello ! I love to start my visit to Brooklyn Heights by starting at Court Street, and walking down Montague towards The Promenade. The shops and restaurants are my favorites, and after a few blocks you're in a more residential area, closer to the East River. I think most of the streets in this area have beautiful brownstones. On one trip my daughter-in-law took pictures of the houses, and we noticed how varied and gorgeous some of the doors were. (She is an interior designer. ) This area also seems to be a safe neighborhood. We were there in December, walking around right before dark, and no one bothered us at all. Have fun, and if you're there in the morning, enjoy breakfast at the Grand Canyon, also on Montague.