This waterfront neighborhood has great seafood restaurants, an industrial aesthetic from a past life and a feel of its own. Its cobblestone streets and warehouses hold museums, restaurants and homespun shops.
This waterfront neighborhood offers a look into Brooklyn’s seafaring past, as well as museums, novel restaurants and key lime pie.
If you're meeting someone here, whoever arrives first should get in line at the counter and whoever's next should save a table or some bar stools.
The famous lobster rolls at this Red Hook mainstay aren't all you'll find on the menu, but their popularity is a sure sign you should sample one.
Red Hook's nonprofit cultural center aims to build community through the arts and sciences, hosting a rotating schedule of exhibitions and performances.
This beloved waterside shop is a Red Hook institution, dishing out what some claim is the best Key Lime pie outside the actual Florida Keys.
St. John Frizell established Fort Defiance after mixing drinks at Pegu Club.
Sunny's is the grande dame as well as the best-kept secret of Red Hook nightlife.
This artisanal, small-batch distillery harks back to an era before Prohibition.
Find sculptures and prints by recognized and emerging Inuit artists.