Brooklyn Heights

Brooklyn Heights

A cultural destination, for culinary delicacies, shopping, nightlife, and history; there is a reason why many of Brooklyn’s most famed destinations choose to call Brooklyn Heights home. The neighborhood’s charming tree-lined streets offer its residents a fresh take on city living and quick access into the heart of Manhattan. The unique location is also home to some of New York City’s most coveted landmarks and historical places of interest including the Brooklyn Historical Society, The Brooklyn Heights Promenade, and Brooklyn Borough Hall. It is truly breathtakingly Brooklyn.

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  • 7 Old Fulton - Restaurant and Wine bar located beneath the Brooklyn Bridge

  • Gran Electrica - Rustic-chic Mexican with happy hour under the Brooklyn Bridge

  • Colonie NYC - American fare from local farmers just a few blocks away at the corner of Atlantic and Henry

  • Cecconi's - Award winning Italian cuisine located at the Brooklyn Bridge Park waterfront

  • Boutros Restaurant - American and Middle Eastern cooking just four blocks away at Atlantic and Clinton

  • The River Café - American and International modern cuisine located under the Brooklyn Bridge at 1 Water Street

  • Grimaldi's - Coal-fired pizzas at this landmark location between Old Fulton and Front Street

Restaurants & Bars

  • Kiehl's - Skincare, hair and beauty products for both men and women just a few blocks away on Montague Street

  • Rag & Bone - Fashion-forward casual wear located at 160 Court Street

  • Empire Stores - A boutique shopping experience at 53-83 Water Street

  • Barneys New York - Shop renowned designer fashions located at 194 Atlantic Avenue

  • Junior Lowe - Just an 8 minute walk to local and designer children's clothing located on Atlantic Avenue


  • Brooklyn Heights Promenade- 1,826-foot-long platform and pedestrian walkway

  • Brooklyn Borough Hall - Brooklyn's oldest public building and home to the farmer's market on Joralemon Street

  • Promenade Globe Sculpture - Woven into the natural landscape of the park is this admirable piece of art that marks the beginning of the waterfront path

  • The Danish Seamen's Church - The historic cast iron ship bell marks this landmark of Brooklyn's maritime past on Willow Street

  • Brooklyn Historical Society - Museum, library, and educational center that encourages the study of Brooklyn's 400-year history on Pierrepont Street

  • Henry Ward Beecher Sculpture - Unveiled in 1891, this Cadman Plaza monument holds a special piece of history for all to see

History and Landmarks