Park Slope Where Picturesque Brownstones Line the Streets Named after the western slope of Prospect Park, this neighborhood is rated as one of the most desirable neighborhoods to live in NYC. Park Slope is known for its easy access to quality restaurants, nightlife, great schools, convenient transportation and its immaculate park spaces. Residential areas are lined up with historic brownstones, just within distance of commercial areas. The neighborhood is conveniently located famous landmarks and places such as the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, the Brooklyn Museum, the Brooklyn Academy of Music, Prospect Park, and the Brooklyn Conservatory of Music. Formerly known as Prospect Park Plaza, Grand Army Plaza is a public plaza located near the northernmost entrance of Prospect Park. The plaza is home to many historical monuments such as the Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Arch, the Bailey Fountain, the John F. Kennedy monument, statues of Civil War generals and prominent Brooklyn figures. The area is currently used as a public space for pedestrians and cyclists to use. Home to some of Brooklyn’s best restaurants, foodies can have a grand time in this mecca of restaurants. With a wide variety of diverse cuisines, one cannot be disappointed. For northern Italian style meals, Al Di La is a favorite among local diners. Another great Italian place to check out is Convivium Osteria. This place serves food in a pleasant antiqued ambiance dining room. A staple in the Brooklyn pizza scene, Patsy’s Pizzeria is known to serve one of the best pizzas. Just across the street from Barclays Center, the pizzeria serves up classic style coal fired pies. For food with a latin flare, head to Bogota Latin Bistro for a fun night out for dining. With a colorful ambiance, the restaurant serves vibrant meals with colorful drinks. Want a cool, sweet treat? Head down to the nearest location of Snowdays Cafe to grab some shaved ice and frozen yogurt. Crepe Meets Bubble Tea is the perfect space to grab a sweet treat. With selection of Japanese style crepes and Taiwanese bubble tea, this spot is the perfect place to spend time with friends. Spend a perfect night out with ambiance and warmth among the many bars and nightlife places among Park Slope. For a night on the town with friends, head down to 5th Avenue for a bar crawl among the wide selection of bars. High Dive is the perfect dive bar for spending a night out among friends. This laid back space a great place to spend game night, wide variety of board games and pinball machines served with free popcorn for all. For a low key date night, Blueprint offers a wide selection of of handcrafted beers and cocktails for happy hour. Enjoy some drinks in their intimate and quiet space among a candlelight background. Spend a fun night of fun and drinks at Union Hall’s 5000 square foot bar. The space is a great place to catch live music, comedy shows and play bocce ball in the bar’s court.