A Visit to the Industrial City - Sunset Park, Brooklyn
Welcome to America's Coolest Neighborhood!
Sep 3, 2019
A city within a city, Sunset Park's 'Industry City' is a hub of art studios, cultural revelation, and dining options varying from fine-dine to street eats.
Saint Michael's Church is a beautiful local Parish church and an icon of Sunset Park, in service as the Catholic church since 1870.
Industry City Distillery is your 'go-to' place to drink, that serves its famous 80-proof vodka, and offers weekly group tours in the tasting rooms. Or turn up at Moore Brothers Wine Company for their daily tasting tours.
Got a sweet tooth? A visit to Food Hall will open doors to enthralling delicacies to savor on. Don't miss out to gorge on the sandwiches at Ends Meat.
Burial ground to some notable Americans, the Green-Wood Cemetery gates are open to the public. Take a stroll in this 478-acre cemetery and get to know the heroic tales of the Battle of Brooklyn.
Escape from the hustle and bustle of Sunset Park, and engage yourself in the solace of the Waterfront area.
Walk through some diverse, some culturally bound, myriad art exhibitions curated by NYC's artists at Dedalus Foundation. The neighborhood is filled with immense architectural delights to glimpse on, while strolling down the many streets of this hood.
This namesake neighborhood, Sunset Park, is one true place sticking to its identity. Watch the flaming solid sunsets from anywhere in the hood. Standing atop the roofs or in the parks, the views will definitely leave you spellbound.