To get a feel for the energy in Crown Heights, you need only take a walk down Franklin. This colorful avenue is bursting with new businesses, bars and restaurants.

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About the Neighborhood

Like many Brooklyn neighborhoods, Crown Heights is constantly reinventing itself—every week a new restaurant opens its doors, a favorite bar becomes a blip on the radar and a trendy new shop opens for business. As Crown Heights continues to develop, there’s no doubt that it will continue to be among Brooklyn’s most popular neighborhoods for residents and visitors alike.

To get a feel for the energy in Crown Heights, you need only take a walk down Franklin. This colorful avenue is bursting with new businesses, bars and restaurants—most of them locally owned. Further east, you’ll discover a quieter and more residential setting boasting fantastic residential architecture, including a variety of unique row houses and expansive pre-war apartment buildings. Finally, don’t forget to visit Nostrand Avenue to experience the neighborhood’s Caribbean and West Indian culture.


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While Crown Heights may fit all of your needs at home, the allure of New York City is always prevalent. Luckily, getting around Crown Heights, traveling the borough of Brooklyn or making your way to Manhattan is simple from this well-connected neighborhood.


Always known for its West Indian specialties, Crown Heights has seen an overwhelming amount of new restaurants emerge, introducing new styles and cuisines fit for any foodie. You'll find post-dinner snacks, cozy cafes and dessert shops all along Franklin Avenue for the perfect finish to any meal.

Barboncino Pizza 781 Franklin Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11238
718.483.8834 |
Glady's 788 Franklin Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11238
718.622.0249 |
Café Rue Dix 1451 Bedford Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11216
929.234.2543 |
Mayfield688 Franklin Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11238
347.318.3643 |
Catfish 1433 Bedford Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11216
347.305.3233 |
Aita Trattoria 798A Franklin Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11238
917.966.2670 | 


Pubs, bars and taverns can be spotted across the entire landscape of Crown Heights. Some are landmarks with long-time loyal crowds, others have been revamped alongside their neighborhood.

Berg’n 899 Bergen St. Brooklyn, NY 11238 |
Covenhoven 730 Classon Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11238
718.483.9950 |
King Tai 1095 Bergen St. Brooklyn, NY 11216
718.513.1025 |
The Crown Inn 724 Franklin Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11238
347.915.1131 | 
Nostrand Avenue Pub 658 Nostrand Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11216
718.483.9699 |


Manhattan isn’t the only place you’ll find one-of-a-kind locations to shop, scenic outdoor spaces and plenty of things to do in one place. Crown Heights boasts boutiques, beautiful parks and plenty of fun, exciting places to visit. It's also the home of the Brooklyn Children's Museum.

Brooklyn Museum 200 Eastern Pkwy. Brooklyn, NY 11238
718.638.5000 |
Brooklyn Botanical Gardens 990 Washington Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11225
718.623.7200 |
Brooklyn Children’s Museum 145 Brooklyn Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11213
718.735.4400 |
Brower Park Brooklyn Ave. & Prospect Pl. Brooklyn, NY 11213
212.639.9675 |


Whether you’re looking to get your stretch on at the yoga studio, shred some calories doing CrossFit or pump iron the old-fashioned way, Crown Heights has a gym for you.

Blink Fitness 250 Utica Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11213
718.844.5335 |
Crunch Fitness 842 Lefferts Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11203
718.369.1007 |
Crow Hill Crossfit 1010 Dean St. Brooklyn, NY 11238
347.715.3699 |