Peachy the Magazine December 2013 - Page 121

EAT. STAY. SHOP. PLAY. served. Have one of the many Thai-influenced cocktails at their bar a few doors down, Whiskey Soda Lounge while you wait. The dishes are incredibly unique and bursting with flavor! Alma 187 Columbia Street Henry Public 329 Henry Street Old school pub serving classic cocktails, hamburgers and oysters. Stinky bklyn (photo above) 215 Smith Street Best cheese shop in Brooklyn! COLUMBIA STREET WATERFRONT DISTRICT Pok Pok NY 127 Columbia Street Whiskey Soda Lounge 115 Columbia Street On the Waterfront, this super inventive Thai place is first-come-first- Consistently good mexican with great views of the Brooklyn waterfront and Manhattan skyline. DOWNTOWN BROOKLYN/ PROSPECT HEIGHTS Marco’s 295 Flatbush Avenue A new offering from the folks behind the wellknown Franny’s, serving regional Italian dishes. BAM 30 Lafayette Avenue The famed Brooklyn Academy of Music offers the best in theater, ballet and music. Barclay’s Center 620 Atlantic Avenue This groundbreaking new arena for Brooklyn is not only the home of the NBA Brooklyn Nets but offers much in the form of live music. BRIC 647 Fulton Street An amazing cultural center at the center of culture. From it’s contemporary art exhibitions to its live music and performing arts, BRIC offers free and low-cost programming and education for all ages. Brooklyn Museum 200 Eastern Parkway Holding NYC’s second largest art collection, The Brooklyn Museum is located in a stunning Beaux-Arts building on the edge of Prospect Park and the Brooklyn Botanic Garden. Visit “The Fashion World of Jean Paul Gaultier”, the first international exhibition dedicated to his work. Ends February 23, 2014. DECEMBER 2013 121