From outdoor escapes to fine dining, it's all here in Brooklyn! Check out the borough of Brooklyn and visit great stops like the Brooklyn Heights Promenade and Brooklyn Museum.
Places to Eat
Steps from the Hotel
Rocco's Tacos & Tequila Bar - Mexican
339 Adams Street, 718-246-8226
Potbelly Sandwich Shop - Sandwiches
345 Adams Street, 212-897-1872
Hill Country Chicken - American
345 Adams Street, 718-885-4609
Hill Country Barbecue Market - Barbecue
345 Adams Street, 718-885-4608
Panera Bread - Sandwiches, Soup, Salad
345 Adams Street, 718-643-0345
Shake Shack - America, Burgers & Milkshakes
409 Fulton Street, 718-307-7590
Downtown Brooklyn/Brooklyn Heights/DUMBO
Grimaldi’s Pizzeria - $$ - Pizza, Italian
1 Front Street, 718-858-4300
Heights Café - $$ - American (New), Bars, Coffee & Tea
84 Montague St, 718-625-5555
Junior’s Restaurant & Bakery - $$ - American (Traditional), Desserts
386 Flatbush Ave Extension, 718-852-5257
The River Café - $$$$ - American (New)
1 Water St, 718- 522-5200
See more restaurant options through Brooklyn Marriott Destination Guide
Where to Explore
Pedestrian entrance at Tillary Street and Boerum Place
Opened in 1883, the Brooklyn Bridge is a celebrated landmark that provides passage between Brooklyn and Manhattan for motorists, trains, bicycles and pedestrians, while offering spectacular views of the city’s skyline.
Brooklyn Bridge Park
334 Furman Street, (718) 222-9939
Located on the Downtown Brooklyn waterfront, this world-class park provides educational activities, fitness classes and the newly restored Jane’s Carousel which is located in DUMBO.
Brooklyn Botanic Garden
900 Washington Avenue, (718) 623-7200
Boasting 52 acres of magnificent flora and fauna, Brooklyn BotanicGarden is home to the well-known Cranford Rose Garden featuring tens of thousands of roses flowing down arches, climbing up lattices and standing in formal beds.
Brooklyn Heights Promenade
Remsen Street to Orange Street along the East River
Offering magnificent views of the Manhattan skyline and the Brooklyn Bridge, this sliver of green offers breathtaking views overlooking Brooklyn’s busy industrial waterfront.
Fort Greene Park
Myrtle Avenue, DeKalb Avenue between Washington Park and St. Edward’s Street
Fort Greene was originally built for the Revolutionary War and the War of 1812, but was used as public space shortly after the War of 1812 passed. By 1847, it was designated a park and remains as one of Brooklyn’s most unique landmarks.
New York Aquarium
602 Surf Avenue, (718) 265-FISH
The oldest continuously-operated aquarium in the nation features over 10,000 sea creatures in naturalistic settings.
Happening at the Barclay's Center
- DECEMBER 11 | NEW YORK ISLANDERS VS. WASHINGTON CAPITALS
- DECEMBER 12 |BROOKLYN NETS VS. WASHINGTON WIZARDS
For more information, visit http://www.barclayscenter.com/events