August 1 @ 8:00 am - December 31 @ 5:00 pm
Suggested Ages: All, Adult Friendly
This award-winning bakery specializes in that magic intersection between savory & sweet. Don’t miss the somehow vegan salted chocolate chip and salted peanut butter cookie (they like their salt and make magic with it). Try cupcake and scones in seasonal and classic flavors, flavored shortbread, muffins, quiches and more.
Women-owned with a diverse, friendly staff and commitment to social justice.
Also in the West Village, Williamsburg, Cobble Hill and Park Slope.
Monday-Friday 7 am – 7 pm
Saturday & Sunday 8 am – 7 pm
Play a colorful 9-hole course under Brooklyn based artist Jason Naylor’s vibrant “You Are Not Alone” mural, part of a global public art project of the same name that inspires artists to create work in their communities, sparking hope and connection.
On the plaza level of the hip William Vale Hotel, also home to delicious…More info
Support small Brooklyn businesses at an outdoor flea located on the waterfront with gorgeous views of the Manhattan skyline. Shop over 100 vendors from vintage and antiques to local art and design, fresh fashion and a variety of international food.
Also enjoy live music, shows and outdoor activities for the whole family like comedy, skateboarding,…More info
Nosh at a Saturday open-air food market in America featuring over 35 local vendors in a waterfront park. At what the New York Times calls “The Woodstock of Eating,” try unique treats like fried cookie dough balls, Honduran baleadas, baklava beignets, butter tarts, Japanese fried chicken, lobster truffle fries and so much more yumminess.More info
Watch an NYC circus troupe juggle, flip, and fly high with aerial acrobatics. Afterwards, audience members of all ages can take center-ring – 45 minutes of show-time are followed by 30 minutes of try-time for all with the pros. Take a swing in an aerial hammock, hula-hoop, juggle and take photos with the stars.More info
Find cool design and amazing bridge/Manhattan views at a large waterfront park on the site of a former Domino Sugar factory.
* The playground, designed by the artist Mark Reigelman, has fun features like spinning valve wheels cast from Domino Sugar originals and a 26-foot-high silo with ladders, webbing and slides pay homage to the…More info