Dumbo, an acronym for Down Under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass, is one of Brooklyn's most visited neighborhoods, attracting visitors with its cobblestone streets, dramatic architecture, great dining and dreamy views across the river.
Come spend a fun-filled day by the East River waterfront in Brooklyn.
Featuring a seasonal menu, this old-timey restaurant is located near the Brooklyn Navy Yard.
Coffee chain and full bar based on the cafe culture of Melbourne, Australia.
Courtesy of Patsy and Carol Grimaldi, who are responsible for Dumbo icon Grimaldi's Pizza, this spot serves up the kind of coal-oven pizzas that made their original pizzeria famous.
Often voted number one in those ubiquitous "best pizza in New York" surveys, this iconic restaurant serves up coal-fired brick-oven pies.
The stylish Em Vietnamese Bistro serves banh mi sandwiches, pho, noodles and meat dishes, plus smoothies, iced coffee and tropical juice beverages.
Dine on Eastern Mediterranean fare and take in views of the Manhattan skyline.