Carroll Gardens at a Glance
Once a middle-class Italian neighborhood, Carroll Gardens has shifted over the course of the last twenty years to become a diverse neighborhood with young families and professionals who value its dynamic community. The area is bursting with independently-run cafes, trendy restaurants, and chic boutiques that enhance the neighborhood character. The area is serviced by the F and G train, making it easy to get to both Manhattan and north Brooklyn.
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Carroll Gardens is home to two major retail thoroughfares: Smith Street and Court Street. The latter, known to many as Brooklyn’s “Restaurant Row”, is filled with eclectic restaurants, bars, and eateries, while Court Street is home to creative tenants and popular local boutiques.
New England-style joint with a menu of seafood classics in a sleek space with nautical touches.
Black Gold Records
This former Italian Social Club now sells coffee, records, and antiques..