Weeksville Heritage Center
In 1838, a free African American by the name of James Weeks purchased a tract of land on the fringes of Brooklyn’s settled areas to...
Brooklyn Children’s Museum
A bright yellow, L-shaped structure houses this hands-on kids' favorite, which was founded in 1899. The collection contains almost...
Bossa Nova Civic Club
Yet another reason why you never need to leave Brooklyn, this smallish hole-in-the-wall club is a great place to get your groove on,...
From the same team behind Brooklyn Flea, Berg'n is a large brick food hall in Crown Heights where you can feast on smoky brisket (Mighty...
393 Lewis Ave · interesting places nearby
The homey atmosphere and tasty Southern food make Peaches a Bed-Stuy favorite. The stone-ground grits with blackened catfish is popular at all hours, while the French toast with fresh berries is in demand at brunch. Black kale salad, roasted beet salad and sides like garlic-sautéed broccoli or gooey mac 'n' cheese are the best of the rather limited vegetarian options.