World famous Brooklyn Brewery!

Once an intimidating stretch of old warehouses and rough streets, Brooklyn's Northside has grown around the Brooklyn Brewery to become a cultural destination.

World famous Brooklyn Brewery!

Amazing views and unique shopping experience with free tote bag!

Part community gathering spot, part hipster haven, Artists & Fleas has hosted thousands of artists and vendors since opening its doors. It's a place where buyers find unique designs, artists and vintage collectors in an atmosphere that’s in the tradition of old world marketplaces with a firm foot in what is contemporary, original and hip.

Amazing views and unique shopping experience with free tote bag!

Award-winning BBQ (veggie option too!)

Mable's is a slice of southern hospitality in the heart of Brooklyn. Mable's offers no frills, good old fashioned BBQ in a low key spot. It's a favorite locals hangout.

Award-winning BBQ (veggie option too!)

Guided tasting by a Hot Sauce Sommelier

Insanely well curated selection of hot sauces. Many are made in Brooklyn and others are sourced from the far corners of the world. Your visit is led by a hot sauce sommelier who is happy to test how hot you can go!

Guided tasting by a Hot Sauce Sommelier

Ice cream made by an iron chef contestant

Offering 14 rotating flavors of ice cream and sorbet, classically composed banana splits, sundaes and floats, and innovations like the Cotton Candy Cone, Foie Gras OddStick, boozy popsicles, alcoholic ice creams and our "OddFlavors" like Caramelized Onion and Prosciutto Melon.

Ice cream made by an iron chef contestant

Chocolate tasting

Taste chocolate at the factory - made in Brooklyn! A sweet and delicious end to a day you won't forget in the trendiest borough of New York.

Chocolate tasting

Beer or Wine From Williamsburg's Oldest Bar!

Welcome to Teddy's! A favorite local hang and Williamsburg's oldest bar. Gazing through the luminous 100-year-old stained glass windows at Teddy’s Bar and Grill (96 Berry St.) in the Northside of Williamsburg, it’s possible to imagine that time has stood still. The bar is in fact so old that it predates the windows by about three decades. The 130-year-old mahogany bar and tiled floor are original, adding to Teddy’s 19th-century ambiance. Opened in 1887, the bar makes the claim to be Brooklyn’s oldest continually run bar.