Stuyvesant Heights Historic District
Near Bedford-Stuyvesant’s southern reaches, Stuyvesant Heights Historic District vies with Brooklyn Heights for the best...
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 kid favorite, which was founded in 1899. The collection contains almost 30,000...
Situated on the border of Clinton Hill and Bed-Stuy, this small, out-of-the-way spot is a bit of a trek, but worth it if you're a pastry...
Lonely Planet review
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 is in demand at brunch. The three-sides platter is a good veggie option; among other choices, you can put together a plate of sweet-corn succotash, sautéed spinach and gooey mac 'n' cheese.