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First of all shout out to the crew. They were so attentive, especially with to my 7 year old Grandaughter. Special Shout out to Raphel. He was attentive to her every need. I would highly recommend this to any one that is bottom fishing for...More
Sheepshead bay, named after a fish, is a lazy mini fishing village completely different than any other part of Brooklyn. Complete with fishing boats, party boats and sailboats, sheepshead bay is a delight to walk through day and night. Restaurants and clubs line Emmons Avenue....More
\This area has always been a melting pot for immigrants on the way up, I have been told. Well now, I enjoyed a fantastic lunch Belarussian restaurant and dinner at a Dongan(muslim chinese Kazakh) restaurant. So things do change and get more interesting.
I had a great time in Sheepshead Bay. We saw old friends and made new ones. Had good food and drink. Weather was great. Had the usual at Rollin Roaster. Turkey sandwich with cranberry sauce. Love that place.
See the Fishing Boats come back with fresh catch.
Walk the Waterfront and enjoy the views.
WOW the mega collection of cuisine restaurants along the Waterfront with every taste.
Yes there is plenty parking to find.
Number #1 location for Seafood Restaurants... Randazzo's for great...More
Since I live there for more then 18 years, I can claim that a neighborhood is a great place for residence, homestays, strolling, fishing, shopping, or just walking those quiet streets and breathing fresh air. It's contrast to Manhattan. Marine Park and Salt Marsh are...More
This is a quiet, safe residential neighborhood on the water. A mix of single family, multi family, and apartment homes. Great attractions, shopping, and restaurants. Very expensive real estate in this neighborhood. My barber lives here and loves it.
If you'll come by 6-6:30pm, you may find a parking spot right on Emmons Ave a block or two from the pier (may have to circle a little) or side streets there and enjoy a walk or even a drink at a nearby bar until boarding... More
If you'll come by 6-6:30pm, you may find a parking spot right on Emmons Ave a block or two from the pier (may have to circle a little) or side streets there and enjoy a walk or even a drink at a nearby bar until boarding time. Good luck!