Bike and Roll
Hire bikes here for a spin through Brooklyn Bridge Park (perhaps heading down to Red Hook), around Dumbo or the uphill hoof to the very...
Empire Stores & Tobacco Warehouse
The Empire Stores & Tobacco Warehouse is a series of hollow, Civil War–era structures that are being transformed into high-end...
St Ann's Warehouse
This avant-garde performance company hosts innovative theater and dance happenings that attract the Brooklyn literati. The calendar has...
Legendary lines and pizzas are still dished up daily at this touristy pizza mecca. Thankfully, they live up to the hype: thin-crust pies...
19 Old Fulton St · interesting places nearby
Legendary pizza maestro Patsy Grimaldi has returned to Brooklyn, with delicious thin-crust perfection in both classic and creative combos (like the No 5, with smoked salmon, goat cheese and capers). It's in Dumbo and the Brooklyn waterfront.
Patsy and his wife Carol were the original owners of Grimaldi's (they sold the business to Frank Ciolli, who now runs the still famous Grimaldi's a few doors down). Now that there are two great pizza joints next to each other, the lines have thinned a bit, though it's still best to arrive early if you don't want a long wait. Who serves the better pie? Our money is on Juliana's.