Park slope is arguably the most popular neighborhood in Brooklyn. With its signature brown-stone homes, array of cozy restaurants, and various musical venues, it is easy to see why its reputation has prevailed throughout the years.
Where to go: South Paw- located on 125 Fifth Ave between Sterling and St. Johns Place- is the largest musical venue with hosting hip-hop artists, blue grass jams, and various indie-bands.
What to do: Spend a day watching sea lion feedings and laugh with baboons at the Prospect Park zoo! $8 for admission,10:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., daily.
Where to eat: Rose Water, found on 787 Union St. A neighborhood favorite. Brunch on a weekend might include their famous lemon crepes. For dinner, try some of their Mediterranean inspired-dishes such as their baked polenta.