Peachy the Magazine December 2013 - Page 119

EAT. STAY. SHOP. PLAY. City The Brooklyn Circus 150 Nevins Street Super hip men’s clothing. Horseman Antiques 351 Atlantic Avenue Huge antique store with great finds! BROOKLYN HEIGHTS Morning Tour Idea! On a beautiful Sunday, walk across the Brooklyn Bridge down into the newly developed Brooklyn Bridge Park. Visit the famous Jane’s Carousel for a ride and then walk through the beautifully landscaped Park along the river and hit Smorgasburg (photo below left), the Brooklyn Flea’s delicious, seasonal all-food market on Pier 5 (Check their website for days and times). You’ll find local eateries serving everything from duckconfit dumplings to fried chicken biscuits with artisanal pickles. Skip breakfast to save room for the many inventive, tasty options! Henry’s End 44 Henry Street Consistently delicious old-school neighborhood spot known for their wild game menu among other fabulous treats. Brooklyn Bridge Park This 85-acre beautiful park running along the East river has revitalized the post-industrial Brooklyn waterfront. The Promenade Stroll on the Promenade after brunch to enjoy the wow views of Manhattan. BUSHWICK Roberta’s 261 Moore Street Roberta’s is all about the pizza and the fresh ingredients grown in their very own garden. Try Blanca, their upscale 12 seat tasting room if you can remember to make a reservation 30 days out! CARROLL GARDENS Battersby 255 Smith Street 718-852-8321 Super small spot (no ressies) so go early for the daily changing seasonal menu with outstanding flavor in every bite. DECEMBER 2013 119