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There are plenty of places to go for a walk in Brooklyn to get to know someone.
The Brooklyn Botanical garden is tucked away in Prospect Park.
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Syndicated is an establishment that is part theater and part restaurant.
Food ranges from buttermilk fried chicken to hanger steak.
This densely populated area of NYC has nearly 3 million people living in it. It can be cheap or expensive, it’s really up to you.
You can check out how they make chocolate as well as distill rum and whiskey.
There’s usually a pizza truck outside the brewery, or you can order delivery (Best Pizza and Carmine’s Original deliver in every sense of the word) to pair with your drafts.
Alternatively, start at the brewery, try a flight of wines and pairings at Brooklyn Winery and grab a night cap at The Shanty.
There are over 50 acres of garden here that includes rose gardens, tropical plants (in the conservatory) and cherry blossoms. If you’re just into having a drink, go to Floyd to quench your thirst and play a game of bocce.
The Brooklyn Heights Promenade boasts beautiful views of the Manhattan skyline. If you want to impress your date, take her to The Water Table. The captain is from Maine and offers a signature New England three-course meal. The cabin (or restaurant) is wood-paneled and dishes include corn chowder, vegetable and goat cheese pie, mussels, and applewood-smoked ham.