Brooklyn Suites Classon Ave

464 Classon Avenue, Brooklyn, New York, 11238, United States
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taxi from chinatown to brooklyn - how much?

by ladymd

Hi again. I was wondering how much would it cost to take a cab from chinatown to brooklyn. Would riding the subway be safe during the early morning? Thanks!

Re: taxi from chinatown to brooklyn - how much?

by MikeySoft

I believe the Brooklyn bridge is near Chinatown, so you can walk across.

But it all depends on what part of Brooklyn you are going to.

Re: taxi from chinatown to brooklyn - how much?

by nicolaitan

the subway is safe pretty much all the time but referencing your earlier question the neighborhood above the subway may not be very nice. brooklyn is huge, don't plan on walking to SUNY Downstate from manahattan - much much much too far and even more dangerous. rough estimate on taxi $20.

Re: taxi from chinatown to brooklyn - how much?

by ladymd

Thanks for the help guys! It'll be my first time in New york and I'll be on my own so Im a little bit nervous, hopefully things will turn out okay. Looking forward to exploring NY :)

Re: taxi from chinatown to brooklyn - how much?

by footstool

Brooklyn is a big place, and has around 3 million inhabitants. Do you know the name of the neighborhood where you will be staying? and what do you mean "early in the morning"? 1am, 3am?

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by liqdstar about Joya

VT really needs to add a category for Thai!

Joya has great, cheap thai food and of course a good beer/wine selection.
the portions are huge and the price is decent. a good place for a large group for thai.
the food is not as spicy as I like, so if you're into the serious spicy food, make sure to tell the server when you order!

the best tacos

by PA2AKgirl about Paco's Tacos

I was very excited when this place showed up a couple years ago on Flatbush. It's your typical little restaurant--meaning LITTLE. A few seats, order at the window, expect to pay under $10. But the tacos, the burritos, the tortas, all of it is SO good. It's obviously fresh and they put loads of meat, cheese and vegetables on the food. You have your choice of chorizo, beef, chicken, pork or beans on everything.

Their menu has expanded a great deal since we were first there AND they also deliver to the immediate zoned area. Anything with chorizo--the hard shelled tacos have always been a favorite food of mine. You also have a choice of 4 different hot sauces and about 2000 more you can purchase off the shelf.


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