Boundaries: Fourth Avenue to Smith/Court Streets; Schermerhorn Street to Warren/Wycokff Street.
Where Would You Live? It's a well-preserved, mid-19th century brownstone community consisting of three- and four-story brick town houses along tree-lined streets. There are a few larger apartment buildings such as Ex-Lax Building on Atlantic Avenue.
Neighborhood Features: Commercial districts along Smith Street and Atlantic Avenue are known for the antiques shops and Middle Eastern dining. Art/cultural museums such as the Micro Museum and the Transit Museum. Unique destination dining at Chef’s Table, Brooklyn’s only 3 Michelin starred restaurant and MOB, specializing in vegetarian dishes; specialty food shopping at Brooklyn Fare, your 21st century neighborhood grocer.
Subways: A,C,G to Hoyt-Schermerhorn Street | 2,3 to Hoyt Street | F, G to Bergen Street