Inn on Second

60 Second Street, Brooklyn, New York, 11231, United States
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brooklyn

by sarahjayn

Hello,
I am a teacher trying to find informational websites about brooklyn that would be kid-friendly because we are reading a book set in brooklyn. Any help would be appreciated. thanks!

RE: brooklyn

by djramey

Here are a couple


this one is not kid unfriendly, but more for the teacher
http://www.freewilliamsberg.com

kids
http://www.brooklynonline.com/
http://www.brooklyn.net/
http://www.brooklynhistory.org/


Hope that helps

RE: RE: brooklyn

by sarahjayn

thanks so much!

Travel Tips for Brooklyn

NYC is not just Manhattan!

by feline01

CONEY ISLAND, I can't repeat this enough. The Cyclone is one of the world's best rollercoasters. When I was a small child, I had an aunt who lived in Brooklyn and owned a toy store there. We used to visit her you can probably imagine what it was like to know as we were heading over the Verrazano Bridge that in a little while, I was going to be staring at all these toys and she always let me pick one to take home with me. It was most children's dreams!

Civil War era Tobacco Warehouse in Brooklyn

by billtei

You can't shop at the Empire Stores (short for storehouse), although you might be able to within a few years if restoration goes as planned. Located in Empire-Fulton Ferry State Park, this warehouse complex was built in the 1850's and has been abandoned since the 1950's. The scent of long-gone tobacco leaves has lingered here since before the Civil War. Rumor has it this beautiful historical structure will be renovated and turned into a trendy mini-mall of sorts, with shops, restaurants, etc. It's a bit tricky to find, although you can see it as you walk over the Brooklyn Bridge. There's also a great waterfront promenade and artist colony (see my other tips for this park). The park closes at dusk, but you probably wouldn't want to be here after dark anyhow unless you're fond of very large rats.

Trolling around Smith Street

by TempNomad about Smith Street between Atlantic Avenue and Carroll

Pop in and out of the many bar/restaurants here. Favorites include Bar Tabac, Boudoir Bar, and the ever slummy ROXY. Quench is also a sometime happy place, while the downstairs of the sushi place (neon, can't miss it) will remind you of an old bath house. Whatever you feel like that night. Dress up or down, you'll feel right at home.

The Greatest Steak House of Them All

by seagoingJLW about Peter Luger's

Since 1887 Peter Luger's has been serving the best steaks in the world--bar none. Only prime beef is considered. The beef is then examined for color, fat conformation and bones.

The selected pink beef with even marbleing is brought back to Peter Luger's for a dry aging process.

No credit cards are accepted, so come with lots of cash.

Another amazing burger!

by RblWthACoz about Dumont Burger

This small place is an offshoot of the Dumont that is not too far away. I am not sure what they are putting in their burgers, but they have a nice deep and earthy kind of flavor. I want to say it is almost a liver kind of flavor I think I get. Either way, the patties are quite tasty and the bread is a brioche that still does not interfere with the meat.

Beyond the burger, the decor is pretty nice and they have a limited but good selection of beer as well as some nice scotches and a bit of wine. If you are in Williamsburg, it is definitely a must-see. But be forewarned that space is not in abundant supply.

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