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  • Kensington, Windsor Terrace and Ditmas Park with Karin

    A full day exploring 3 Brooklyn neighborhoods that have a lot of delicious treats, sites to see and a feeling of community that residents love!

    • Jul 2014
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  • The Farm on Adderley

    1

    New American

    Farm-to-table neighborhood spot since 2007, their bloody mary and burger is the best way to start any weekend.

  • Collyer's Mansion

    2

    Furniture / Home

    Now that you're full, it's time to explore this beautiful little home goods boutique that stocks everything from art books to mid century chandeliers.

  • Victorian Flatbush House Tour

    3

    Historic Site

    Walk off brunch by touring one of the first planned communities in America and the only neighborhood in the city to fund for their own subway stop.

  • Nine Chains

    4

    Bakery

    The bread and baked goods are fantastic and the grasshopper cookie will change your life. Fuel up before heading into Prospect Park.

  • Prospect Park Lake

    5

    Lake

    Sitting by the lake you can feel like you are outside of city limits and designers agree that this park is even better than its sister in the city!

  • Juice Box

    6

    Wine Shop

    Not only will your 4 legged friend love to stop in for treats but the staff here is incredibly knowledgeable. Wine or local liquor, this place has it all.

  • Brooklyn Commune

    7

    Café

    Ending your day with a 3 course prix fixe dinner (BYOB) can't be beat, especially when the chef has been invited to cook for President Obama.

  • Brancaccio's

    8

    Food & Drink

    If you're in the mood to go home, stop at this Italian speciality shop for the roasted chicken and side dishes. The owner serves up some of the best food.

The O Group

The O Group