Super 8 Brooklyn

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

267 3rd Ave, Brooklyn, New York, 11215, United States
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92%

Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
38%
97
Very Good
42%
109
Average
12%
31
Poor
3%
10
Terrible
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8

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  • Families77
  • Couples90
  • Solo64
  • Business75

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Awesome B&B, 136 Lawrence St

by mfm2002mont

Hi,
I'll be staying at the 'Awesome B&B' (Lawrence St.) next weekend. Any tips on this area, and Brooklyn as a whole, are appreciated.

Thanks!

Re: Awesome B&B, 136 Lawrence St

by Mahieu

I really liked the Thai restaurant/lounge called The Sea. The exact adress is 114 N Sixth St. (Between Berry Street and Wythe Street)

Do check out the Jewish district in Williamsburg as well.

And of course the Brooklyn Heights and Brooklyn Bridge for a splendid view on Manhattan

Travel Tips for Brooklyn

Quiet Streets

by barryg23

The streets in Brooklyn are so much more quieter than in Manhattan. In areas like Greenpoint and Brooklyn Heights it gets fairly crowded but it's easy to wander off the beaten path and find a secluded area.

DUMBO: A Step Back in Time ...

by billtei

Not to be confused with Disney's famous pachyderm, D.U.M.B.O. is an acronym for "Down Under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass." With quiet cobblestone streets and old warehouses still bearing the names of companies long gone, you'll feel like you stepped back 100 years.

Airports

by el_ruso

New York City has three airports: Kennedy (JFK), La Guardia (LGA) and Newark (EWR for some reason). The latter is across the river in New Jersey; I have not used it so I can't comment on it.

JFK is a large and weathered airport, and most international flights arrive here. It is not very clean - as the rest of NYC, and the terminals are generally old. It is convenient though to public transport.

LGA is a nicer airport, and the approach will give you fantastic views of Manhattan and NYC area. The problem is it is away from Subway line, and you have to take a bus to connect. It drops you off in Queens and you walk to subway. You can take a taxi of course as well - and if you can afford $35-50, I would recommend it. If you do take a bus, be aware that it can break down, the driver might leave to buy lunch, etc. - I am not kidding. So BUDGET a lot of time if you use this option.

An unbelievably good burger

by RblWthACoz about Bar Toto

The first time I went here, someone dining with us said that the burgers here were very good. I thought to myself:"It's an Italian restaurant. How good can it really be?" After having the burger here twice, I can say one thing: Man. That is one good burger.

The key to this one being so good is the bread. They use a fairly firm panini and they must cook the burger different because there is no mass of grease that pours out of the burger and into the bun. So, yes. The burger at this Italian restaurant is pretty good! burgers

Real Chinese Food

by chodearm about M Shanghai Bistro

M is perfect. The interior is reminiscent of the homefront and the seating is at large dark wood tables. Great for a group outing. They have Yeunglings on tap and a variety of bottled beers. The food is A+ cooked by Chinese people. Its weird that in America you find all nationalties cooking other ethnicities. Now I believe in crossing cultures but people who are from a region knows there homegrown food best. So with that said get some Juicy buns, which are steamed to the perfect concistency and any of the plates will whet your appetite. They even have a Dim Sum brunch on weekends which is an adventure in itself. Oh yeah the music is great. Chinese dandelions with White tea rub

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Address: 267 3rd Ave, Brooklyn, New York, 11215, United States