Boerum Hill Queen BR in a Classic NYC Brownstone


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Spacious, quiet, sunny garden floor bedroom furnished with a queen bed, wardrobe, large dresser, desk, writing table and chairs and a small refrigerator. Located in a carefully restored and renovated 1872 brownstone home in the heart of tree-lined historic Boerum Hill, Brooklyn. Full breakfast daily; use of kitchen and laundry room. Adjacent to Downtown Brooklyn, close to 11 subway lines, Long Island Rail Road, good restaurants, shopping and Brooklyn Academy of Music and Barclays Center arena.

 LOCATION: Our carefully restored and renovated home, which dating back to 1872, is located in the heart of tree-lined, historic Boerum Hill, Brooklyn, a low-rise, family neighborhood.

 BEDROOM: Sunny, garden floor queen bed equipped with a wardrobe, large dresser, desk, writing table and small refrigerator. Adjacent full bathroom is shared with other guest room.

 BREAKFAST+KITCHEN+LAUNDRY: During your stay, we will provide a full breakfast daily; you are welcome to use our cook’s kitchen for your other meals. Our washer and dryer are also available for your use.

 LOCAL AMENITIES: Vibrant central location adjacent to Downtown Brooklyn, close to stations for 11 subway lines and the Long Island Rail Road. So getting anywhere else from here is a breeze.

 Nearby Brooklyn attractions include a wide choice of interesting restaurants and good locally-supported shopping, particularly on nearby Smith Street and Atlantic Avenue. We are a few blocks from the Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM), Barclays Center arena (the Brooklyn Nets), Signature Theatre, Roulette, the Citypoint food hall and three movie theaters. DUMBO and the Brooklyn Bridge and Manhattan Bridge walkways/bicycle paths are about 25 minutes away by foot The Brooklyn Bridge and Manhattan Bridge walkways/bicycle paths are about 25 minutes away. The Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn Botanical Garden and Prospect Park are reachable by bus or are a little over a half hour walk. Bike-sharing stands are nearby.

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Neighborhood Guide

Building on Bond (corner of Pacific and Bond Streets)
This has our neighborhood bistro for almost 12 years. We have gotten to know the owner, Phil Morgan, and much of the serving staff. It has a cozy, comfortable, lovely atmosphere and almost year-round outdoor seating. The somewhat limited menu of comfort food is excellent; good beer choices. Hours: 7:00 AM to Midnight; (half-price drinks happy hour 5:00 to 7:00 PM)

Bedouin Tent (405 Atlantic Avenue near the corner of Bond Street, Their sign says “PITA”.)
This casual neighborhood Middle Eastern restaurant feels authentic. It features hot dishes such as falafel and spicy lamb sausage, fresh pita from the oven, “pitza” and delicious salads including hummus and babaghanoush. Nice backyard dining area. It is cash only, but there is an ATM at the front. Hours: 11:00 AM to 10:00 PM.

Rucola (corner of Bond and Dean Streets)
This excellent Northern Italian restaurant is a block away and is often very busy. (No reservations, but you may want to phone about table availability--(718) 576-3209. It has great ambiance and attentive service. The food is delicious, but it is a more expensive than Building on Bond. Note: the room here can be noisy. Hours: 8:00 AM to Midnight.

Bacchus (409 Atlantic Avenue, next to Bedouin Tent)
This is an unpretentious bistro with familiar French dishes and a back garden. The atmosphere is inviting--a romantic vibe, with lots of candles and dim lighting. The very French staff is alert and attentive. The delicious food is a bit pricey, but many people feel it is worth it for a romantic dinner spot. As one might expect with the name Bacchus, the wine list is excellent. Hours: Noon to 10:30 PM (On Friday & Saturday 10:30 AM opening &11:00 PM closing).

Mile End (Hoyt Street between Pacific Street and Atlantic Avenue)
The small (soon to be expanded) restaurant is a combination of a Jewish delicatessen and a Canadian-style restaurant, modeled after delis found in Montreal’s famous Mile End neighborhood. New York Magazine says that Mile End has “The Absolute Best Matzo Ball Soup in New York”, “The Absolute Best Poutine in New York”, and “The Absolute Best Hot Dog in New York.”. The “Smoked Meat” (that is, Pastrami to us U.S. folks) sandwich and the Reuben Sandwich are excellent. Sandwiches are very large and priced accordingly. Hours: 8:00 AM to 10:00 PM (Opens at 10:00 AM on Saturday and Sunday)
Bijan’s (81 Hoyt Street, between Atlantic Avenue and State Street)
Bijan’s has a semi-rustic atmosphere (including a wood-burning fireplace) with a decent Mediterranean menu. There are usually excellent Persian specials, which are this place’s claim to fame in the neighborhood. Good service. Often there’s a lively bar scene. Hours: 11:00 AM to 2:00 AM.

French Louie (320 Atlantic Avenue, between Hoyt and Smith Streets)
This is a busy French-American Bistro with sleek modern design. The space is long and narrow - bright overall and has a cool vibe - definitely one of the highlights of the neighborhood. The restaurant has a cute back patio area. This is arguably the best restaurant in Boerum Hill. The dishes are often imaginative and always delicious. The service is professional and unobtrusive .Many people have recommended their brunch. We only wish we could afford to enjoy eating here without having to wait for special occasions. Hours: Week days opens at 11:30 AM; weekends at 10:00 AM; closes at 10:00 PM on week days and at 11:30 PM on Fridays and Saturdays.


JUNIORS (386 Flatbush Avenue Extension, not far from Bond Street)
This Brooklyn classic restaurant is located on Cheesecake Corner and Harry Rosen Way--aka Flatbush Avenue Extension and DeKalb in Downtown Brooklyn. Since 1950, the original Junior's features a friendly atmosphere with Brooklyn memorabilia, a full service bar, and extensive menus for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Known for overstuffed deli sandwiches, 10oz. steakburgers, fish, ribs, chicken and, their extensive dessert selection featuring the” World's Most Fabulous Cheesecake.” Hours; Weekdays: 6:30 AM to 12 Midnight and Friday and Saturdays to 1:00 AM

DEKALB MARKET HALL (445 Albee Square West, in the basement level of the City Point retail shopping center.)
Representing the ethnic and cultural diversity of Brooklyn, this 60,000 square foot food hall—one of the largest in the U.S-- is packed with a unique mix of 40 vendors ranging from branches of Katz’s Deli and Guss’ pickles to new-school favorites like Ample Hills Creamery, Bunker (for Vietnamese fare), Arpea Lady and fried chicken specialist Wilma Jean. Hours: 11:00 AM to 10:00 PM)

BAR TABAC (corner of Smith Street and Dean Street)
Smith Street crosses Pacific Street less than two blocks from here and has, perhaps, 40 restaurants of almost any persuasion. It also has some good bakeries and clothing stores. It’s worth a stroll.

Our favorite restaurant on Smith Street is Bar Tabac. As its website proclaims “Bar Tabac imparts vibrant energy to the neighborhood and compliments Smith Street’s bohemian spirit.” Having live jazz performances about four times a week helps as well. Furthermore, the bistro has been annually celebrating French Independence Day—Bastille Day—for the last 17 years by hosting an annual Bastille Petanque tournament in the middle of Smith Street. Come to Bar Tabac to experience delectable French food, solid service and a romantic, relaxed atmosphere. The service here is good but very French--by that we mean a bit relaxed and on the slow side. Don't come here if you are in a hurry. Hours: Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday, 8:00 AM 12 Midnight, Thursday and Friday, 8:00 AM to 2:00 AM, Saturday 10:00 AM to 2:00 AM and Sunday 10:00 AM to Midnight

Chinese food in our neighborhood has had a long downhill slide over the decades. Almost every place caters to Americanized Chinese takeout and delivery of mediocre greasy fare. (Importantly, as bad as it is here, the Chinatowns in Manhattan, Sunset Park, Brooklyn and Flushing Queens, show the strengths and diversity of enduring Chinese cuisine.) Yet, there are two exceptions to our local mediocrity, Yaso Tangbao and Xifu Food found in totally unprepossessing blocks of Downtown Brooklyn.

XIFU FOOD (318 Livingston Street, between Bond and Nevins Streets)
Xifu Food has northern Chinese style food. When you walk into this tiny little shop, you’ll wonder how anyone in the Boerum Hill neighborhood even discovered this hidden gem. It's basically a hole in the wall that's been given a nice coat of paint. All their noodle and rice dishes are under $10 and they are so worth it. The beef noodle soup ($7) is packed with thick tender pieces of beef. Their zajiang noodle special with pork ($9) and it was equally delicious. They have 6 dumplings for $3 as well as soup and egg rolls. The service is fast and the staff is friendly. They take credit cards, though, at least for now, you get a discount with cash. We are waiting for prices to increase. Hours: Monday to Friday 8:30 AM to 8:30 PM, Saturday 10:00 AM to 8:30 PM, Sunday 11:00 AM to 7:00 PM

YASO TANGBAO (148 Lawrence Street between Fulton Street and Willoughby Street)
Yaso Tangbao serves Shanghai street food in an attractive room with long table and benches. The New York Times said: “Nearly everything on the menu summons up the streets of Shanghai: those soup dumplings like sleeping volcanoes, waiting for a trigger; giant shaggy pork-belly meatballs, called lion’s heads, majestic and mystifyingly airy; a cool, monochromatic huddle of chicken thigh, poached and submerged in Shaoxing rice wine, that tastes gentle, with vague allusions to mushrooms and licorice (though if you eat too much, it may make your head swim). Then there is sauerkraut, tucked into two tightly wound spring rolls, darkly bronzed and glistening, giving no hint of their unorthodox interior.” Hours: Monday to Friday 8:00 AM to 10:00 PM, Saturday and Sunday11:00 AM to 10:00 PM.


Sottocasa (298 Atlantic Avenue)
Top-rated thin crust from wood-fired oven. Hours: Monday to Thursday 5:00 PM to 10:30, Friday 5:00 PM to 11:30 Saturday Noon to 11:30 PM, Sunday Noon to 10:30 PM.

ROBERT (104 Bond Street, next to Building On Bond)
Robert has the same owner as Building On Bond. It's the perfect neighborhood bar with plenty of character and great cocktails. While the draft and bottle beer lists are excellent, Robert excels at cocktails. The way the space is planned out makes it both inviting and intimate, with an old-school jukebox taking center stage. It is the kind of place you can come to with friends, or to make new ones. It can get a little crowded on weekend nights, but if you head over on the early side there is usually plenty of seating, as well as a nice little outdoor space and an area to play darts. They often have great funk or soul DJs playing vinyl records. Hours: Monday to Thursday 5:00 PM to 2:00 Am, Friday and Saturday to 4:00 Am and Sunday to 1:00 AM. (Half-price drinks happy hour 5:00 to 7:00 PM week days).

GRAND ARMY (336 State Street, corner of Hoyt Street)
Great place to come for a night out - fun and relaxed vibe, creative cocktails, and nice menu. It is super friendly and quick service, yet it is small bar and really loud. This place is known for its oysters that come with a set of droppers with unique infusions to put on top. Daily Happy Hour is all about the $1 oysters - one type of oyster will be marked down from about $3.50 to $1; however, the food prices are a bit high for the tiny portion size. Hours: Monday 5:00 PM to Midnight, Tuesday to Thursday 5:00 PM to1:00 AM, Friday 5:00 PM to 2:00 AM, Saturday 2:00 PM to 2:00 AM, Sunday 2:00 PM to Midnight.


CLOVER CLUB (210 Smith Street, between Baltic and Butler Streets)
This classic is one of New York City’s best cocktail bars. The charm of this place is unparalleled - from the corrugated tin ceilings to the dark rich leather couches, to the antique and hand crafted bar, this is the ideal atmosphere to let the cocktails bring people together. It is dark and has a quiet, civilized atmosphere, but, at the same time, it is welcoming. There are cozy seats at tables and at the bar. The drinks can be classic concoctions or very creative modern cocktails. According to New York Magazine, “the drinks are among the best you’ll ever have.” There is a back room with a fireplace and live jazz from time to time. There is good food, mainly small plates, although you could order a hamburger, lamb chops or a steak. The food is far more sophisticated than your typical bar fare. The brunch menu looks enticing. Hours: 4:00 PM to 2:00 AM Monday through Thursday, until 4:00 AM Friday, Saturday 10:30 AM through 4:00 AM and Sunday 10:30 AM 1:00 AM.


ANGRY WADES (222 Smith Street, corner of Butler Street)
Some patrons comments: “a very straight forward dive bar comfortable neighborhood bar”,” a long bar with a bunch of seats and sports on the TVs and pool tables, darts and a pinball machine”, “beer and shot specialists”, good, but not pushy service, free popcorn., good wings, great waffle fries. Hours: Monday to Friday 3:00 PM to 4:00 AM, Saturday and Sunday Noon to 4:00 AM.

UNION GROUNDS (270 Smith Street between Degraw and Sackett Streets)
Hot dogs and other ballpark eats served in a brick walled pub lined with lots of TVs tuned to sports. Hours: Monday to Friday 3:00 PM to Midnight, Saturday and Sunday Noon to Midnight

7. COFFEE SHOPS (listed below by distance from here)
COMMONS CAFÉ (388 Atlantic Avenue) Daily Hours: 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM, (9:00 AM Sundays), has desserts, wine and beer.

THE LITTLE SWEET CAFÉ (77 Hoyt Street) Daily Hours: 7:30 AM to 6:00 PM, (8:30 AM Saturdays and Sundays) has sweet and savory crepes, cakes and pastries. No laptops.

ABSOLUTE COFFEE (327 Atlantic Avenue) Daily Hours: 7:30 AM to 6:00 PM, (8:30 AM Saturdays and Sundays) has pastries.

DEVOCION (276 Livingston Street) Daily Hours: 7:00 AM to 7:00 PM, (8:00 AM Saturdays and Sundays) Columbian coffee in an airy plant-filled space.

DOT & LINE (253 Bergen Street) Daily Hours: 7:30 AM to 5:00 PM, (8:30 AM Saturdays and Sundays) Sweet and savory baked goods. Only three chairs.

BLUE BOTTLE COFFEE (85 Dean Street) Daily Hours: 7:00 AM to 6:00 PM, (7:00 AM to 7:00 PM Saturdays and Sundays) Pastries.

MIA’S BROOKLYN BAKERY (139 Smith Street) Daily Hours: 7:00 AM to 11:00 PM, (7:00 AM to 1:00 AM Saturdays and Sundays) Large bakery with many many cakes, pies, pastries, etc.

KONDITORI (114 Smith Street) Daily Hours: 6:30 AM to 8:00 PM, Swedish style with bagels, sandwiches and pastries
BIEN CUIT (120 Smith Street) Daily Hours: 7:00 AM to 8:00 PM, Breads, pastries, tarts
REGULAR VISITORS (149 Smith Street) Daily Hours: 7:00 AM to 8:00 PM, (9:00 AM to 8:00 PM Saturdays and Sundays) Pastries, and also magazines, home goods, jewelry, chocolate


CIRCA BREWING CO. (141 Lawrence Street) Daily Hours 11:30 AM to Midnight (11:30 AM to 2:00 AM Fridays, 11:00 AM to 2:00 AM Saturdays, 11:00 AM to Midnight Sundays) Small menu of pizza, French fries etc. and desserts

THREES BREWING (333 Douglas Street) Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday, Thursday 5:00 PM to Midnight (3:00 PM to 2:00 AM Fridays, 11:00 AM to 2:00 AM Saturdays, Noon to 2:00 AM Noon to Midnight Sundays) Wine and “food by pop-up eateries.”


Leaving our place, head West either via Atlantic Avenue or Pacific Street. Turn north into Brooklyn Bridge Park. Views of the harbor, Statue of Liberty and Lower Manhattan. Head north through the Brooklyn Bridge Park, stopping to see the activities at the six “piers” if you’d like, toward the Brooklyn Bridge. Go under the bridge into DUMBO and visit the Empire Stores (Time Out Market, Brooklyn Historical Society, and more) and Jane’s Carousal. If you want to walk the Brooklyn Bridge to Manhattan, find the staircase on Washington Street.

Leaving our place, go over one block north to Atlantic Avenue. Head west (turn left). Sahadi’s is a James Beard Award iconic Middle Eastern grocery with 200 bulk containers of olives, spices dried fruits and candy. Other offerings include prepared foods, plus cheeses, oils, olives and more. The entrance is located at 187 Atlantic Avenue. The family-owned store was founded in1895 by Christian refugees from Lebanon. It is a direct importer and packages under its own name. The hours are 9:00 AM to 7:00 PM every day except Sunday, when it is closed.

This is a multicultural, evangelical non-denominational congregation that has taken over a 4,000 seat former movie palace in Downtown Brooklyn. Its world-renowned choir of 240 voices has sold three million albums and won several Grammy Awards. The main entrance is at 17 Smith Street between Livingston and Fulton Streets. Sunday services are at 9:00 AM, 11:00 AM and 1:00 PM. Arrive early.

The New York Transit Museum is dedicated to telling and preserving the stories of mass transportation – extraordinary engineering feats, workers who labored in the tunnels over 100 years ago, communities that were drastically transformed, and the ever-evolving technology, design, and ridership of a system that runs 24 hours a day, every day of the year.

The Transit Museum, housed underground (enter down the stairs at 99 Schermerhorn Street) is located in an authentic 1936 decommissioned subway station, The Transit Museum’s working platform level spans a full city block, and is home to a rotating selection of twenty vintage subway and elevated cars dating back to 1907. Visitors can board the vintage cars, sit at the wheel of a city bus, step through a time tunnel of turnstiles, and explore changing exhibits that highlight the cultural, social and technological history – and future – of mass transit. Hours: Tuesday – Friday: 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM, Saturday – Sunday: 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM, Closed: Mondays and Holidays. Admission: $10.00 adults; $5.00 children (2—17); seniors (62+) $5.00, free on Wednesdays.

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I am a mostly-retired real estate attorney. My wife Ann (who retired from Habitat for Humanity) and I have split out time between a 1927 Spanish Revival house in south Park, San Diego, owned my my daughter and son-in-law and a 1872 brownstone in Boerum Hill, Brooklyn (which we rent out when we are away.) We love old interesting homes--having renovated four over the past four decades. We have used AirBnB a fair amount in our own travels.
I am a mostly-retired real estate attorney. My wife Ann (who retired from Habitat for Humanity) and I have split out time between a 1927 Spanish Revival house in south Park, San Di…

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