Breezy point is not a town..it's part QUEENS! These neighbors banned together, put gates and flags around their houses..Gated Community! LOL MOTHER NATURE just moved in!!! gate That!
Tell the New York Times. This is how city neighborhoods get and change their names, by people deciding where they begin and end and what they're called. There's no naming commission. http://www.nytimes.com/2012/03/08/fashion/…
Brooklyn sucks. It's a wannabe posing to be cool. It's for losers who can't make it in Manhattan. Manhattan is *the* place to be.
This list is ass, I can find better restaurants outside of Hipsterville (Williamsburg, DUMBO, Boreum Hill, Vingear Hill).
um, Vinegar Hill House is NOT in DUMBO. it's in Vinegar Hill. For a publication that has their offices in DUMBO, I would expect this to be more accurate.
What about BK Heights? Yea, most places are TERRIBLE, but there has been some progress worth noting the past couple years....Colonie? Jack the Horse? No love?
Cochinita is definitely a close 2nd in Clinton Hill. Totally different categories though.
yeah, three short blocks and flushing ave ... no one, including residents, thought of that as bushwick until they built their little "arts strip" and decided it would sound cooler if they told their friends it was bushwick (edgy!)
and seriously, no love for bed stuy?
no love for Bedstuy?!?
Seriously.. ENOUGH with Franny's! It's not even good!
Technically, Roberta's is three short blocks from the northern boundary of Bushwick, but the boundary is a matter of convention -- it's unofficial -- and everyone, including residents, think of the Bogart Street arts strip, which Roberta's is on, as part of Bushwick.
Scalino deserves a mention.
Roberta's is actually in Williamsburg.
chuko with a K
I never had anal with girls but i wish it..
I want to know how pines feeling inside it.
Great article. Here is an article on some of the most interesting things to see in NYC right now:
I just found out I got my global internships I applied for a few weeks ago! I was so ecstatic to hear about this great news! If any of you out there has applied and not received an opportunity yet, don't give up!
"This doesn't sound like a list compiled by Brooklyn natives"
And yet it was! So...
"what the fuck is south brooklyn."
R U A TRANSPLNT?
"[Who] Cares about 'funky' boutiques and bad art."
The readers of this magazine!
"I live in the decidedly non-hip world of bay ridge, which i adore from the center of my soul"
Given all the cranky comments here, I marvel that anyone bothers to write anything at all anymore! Yeah, it's totally a hipster point of view (I live in the decidedly non-hip world of bay ridge, which i adore from the center of my soul) and it could benefit from a little more diversity awareness (fyi - I live in the non-hip bay ridge with my beautiful Jamaican husband and our son - one of probably two multi-racial families out here), but I thought it was a FUN read! Chill out, people, and contribute to the conversation by writing your own articles ~ unless you're afraid of the haters, of course. :-)
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