Last weekend night was a blast for my friend and me. We had a double date and roamed around in Fulton street. Basically, we walked straight. The actuAL Fulton street starts from Fort Greene, then passes through Clinton Hill and continues going through Bed Stuy (East & West) and finally ends in Ocean Hill at the border of Cypress Hills. I know all this because I noticed it as we strolled through various neighbourhoods on Fulton Street. Come on, guys, I am kidding; we stayed in Bed Stuy and walked on Fulton St. It has numerous attractions, from popular drinks, food, fast food, music and plays. For a wild night, I think this is one of the best places in New York City. Have you ever been to this street and enjoyed its various offerings? There are many screens along the walls, and the scene is really something at night. Even we didn't do much other than a few drinks and dinner, only walking was so much fun. I felt really alive and delighted to be among so much entertainment. People were enjoying and having the best time of their weeks. Is there any of you who is planning a visit to Fulton St?
Leon Kitchen, 1610 Fulton St, New York, New York 11213, United States
If you are a Bey Sty resident, it is impossible that you have missed the Restoration Plaza. I recently came here along with some of my family friends. It is a perfect place to spend some quality time. It was a bit chilly, but we sat at a spot with a sunny view, and the sunrays were doing their job well - it felt great. We also had a fantastic experience at the Billie Holiday Theatre. It is a bit small, but it did the job. You can visit the youth art gallery if you are an art lover. Also, the skylight gallery is astonishing. Many parents were there to visit with their kids, and I think it is a very safe and valuable place for your children. They may learn a thing or two and get to enjoy themselves. Who doesn't want to know about Dr. Martin Luther King Jr? Also, it was once a bottling factory and later was refurbished to use as a memorial to this great man. I recommend this place for those just moving to New York City or planning to visit.
COUTURE BOY INC, 711 lex, New York, New York 11221, United States
Hey Guys! I want to share another experience of mine in Bed-Stuy. I was not a fan of tea and more of a coffee guy, but that was until I tasted the original blend of Jamila and Alfonzo. Overall it was an excellent experience, and you can sit and relax while taking sips from hot cups. Also, it is a nice comfy area to gather and chat in the evenings or mornings. The café is known as Brooklyn tea, I think. So, are you in the area, and what do you think of the tea? Another nearby spot I found pretty relaxing and e=inviting is Le Paris Dakar if you are a coffee gal or guy. The name is so French, and I love pronouncing it - for a moment, I feel like speaking French, A tasty language. Any comments on their coffee? I would love to hear some. These guys excel at serving freshly brewed coffee. You guys will love it. That's it for all you tea and coffee lovers.
B & B Liquors, 527A Throop Ave, New York, New York 11221, United States