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Heisenbergcooksblue Nov 3, 2013 06:45 PM

Are there any other neighborhoods in Bk that has a concentration of good bars and cool eateries in one area besides Williamsburg ??

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    tex.s.toast RE: Heisenbergcooksblue Nov 4, 2013 09:17 AM

    yes.

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      Heisenbergcooksblue RE: tex.s.toast Nov 4, 2013 10:41 AM

      And then? Or NO AND THEN!!

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        tex.s.toast RE: Heisenbergcooksblue Nov 4, 2013 11:30 AM

        Sorry - my reply was as unhelpful as your query was devoid of useful information about what you are looking for. what makes a bar "good" in your estimation (age of crowd, type of spriits/beer avialble) and what are you looking for in these "cool" eateries.

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          Heisenbergcooksblue RE: tex.s.toast Nov 4, 2013 11:53 AM

          Ok ok your right .. Well I'm not a skinny jean guy.. But those people don't bother me at all..most my crew. Are italian but NOT GUIDOS.. Ha.. We love a good sport bar.. But it's not necessary.. Good beers / bloody Marie's.. I like the whiskey brooklyn although it gets a bit BT at times.. Also like tasty food spots along the way.. SortA like Bedford ave is.. Ages 27 to 35.... And lastly girls!

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      Bkeats RE: Heisenbergcooksblue Nov 4, 2013 11:20 AM

      yes, but nowhere else has the same concentration of people in skinny jeans.

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        tex.s.toast RE: Heisenbergcooksblue Nov 4, 2013 12:35 PM

        the upper portions of 5th ave in park slope, and court st (venturing over as far as henry) in carroll gardens both have high densities of food and drinking establishments . . . some of which i hear are frequented by women.

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          Heisenbergcooksblue RE: tex.s.toast Nov 4, 2013 02:13 PM

          Thanx Toast!

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          roux42 RE: Heisenbergcooksblue Nov 4, 2013 01:54 PM

          Franklin Ave, Washington Ave and Vanderbilt in the Crown Heights/Prospect Heights area.

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            Heisenbergcooksblue RE: roux42 Nov 4, 2013 02:14 PM

            Thank you much!!

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            Bkeats RE: Heisenbergcooksblue Nov 4, 2013 07:40 PM

            Smith St which I think might have been the proto-trendy dining street for Brooklyn has plenty of bars and restos

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              Heisenbergcooksblue RE: Bkeats Nov 4, 2013 08:30 PM

              Smith st. ? North of 9th.. Would that be considered Carroll Gardens

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                Bkeats RE: Heisenbergcooksblue Nov 5, 2013 08:02 AM

                I think some in real estate refer to the area as Cobble Hill East as its the stretch below Atlantic. Things thin out when you get towards CG.

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                Sluggo1407 RE: Bkeats Nov 5, 2013 09:06 AM

                I've done the Smith Street crawl. It's great and you don't have to look for a restaurant when you get hungry because as you stroll down the street from bar to bar, you can read all the menus in the windows of the restaurants.

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                  Heisenbergcooksblue RE: Sluggo1407 Nov 5, 2013 09:38 AM

                  Your the 2nd person to rec smith st... Must be a hot spot

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