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Park Slope, Brooklyn

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About Park Slope


Historic Park Slope


People in the Neighborhood


Calendar of Events




Cafes & Bars




Neighborhood Map


Antiques and Vintage on Fifth


Fifth Avenue Online


Fifth Avenue Business Directory


Address Locator


Local Numbers


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Hi Folks, In 1957, Walter O’Malley was probably the most hated man in Brooklyn for moving the Brooklyn Dodgers to LA. He originally wanted “them bums” as the Dodgers were fondly known, out of Ebbets Field and into the Atlantic Yards area. He was blocked by Robert Moses, who wanted a stadium built in Queens for the Brooklyn Dodgers. As a result, O’Malley and the Dodgers left some of the most passionate fans in the dust. Now, here we are 55 years later and we finally have an arena for our very own Brooklyn team. The Park Slope Fifth Avenue BID, only two blocks from the Barclays Center, is anticipating a new era of excitement and increased business activity in the North end of the BID. Go Brooklyn Nets! The Park Slope Fifth Avenue BID’s primary mission is to clean, beautify and market our commercial Avenue. This is achieved mostly through the promotion of events that strengthen our branding as a charming, yet exciting, area of mom and pop neighborhood stores, bars and restaurants. The BID has hosted and co-sponsored the Civic Council’s Halloween Parade, one of the largest kids’ events in New York City. The Brooklyn Pride Parade marches

down Fifth Avenue and we join in with Make Music NYC, bringing live music to every other block of the BID on the first day of summer. Last year, we brought over 35 events to Fifth Avenue to celebrate, sing and dance. Even though we are in the shadow of an 18,000 seat arena, the BID will work to maintain our small town welcoming atmosphere. I love Park Slope, that’s why I have been here for so long! Irene Lo Re Executive Director Park Slope Fifth Avenue BID

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about p park slope p Park Slope is a popular residential neighborhood in Brooklyn, NY. While its boundaries have expanded over the years, many fix its border at Prospect Park West and Fourth Avenue along the east-west line and from Flatbush Avenue to the Prospect Expressway, along its north to south. Park Slope’s historic character accounts for a strong measure of its lasting appeal. Replete with row houses and brownstones, the neighborhood is distinguished for having the largest landmark district in Brooklyn and enjoys quiet, tree-lined streets with wide architectural variety. With its obvious local charm and intimate feel, this close knit neighborhood has become an enclave for families and is rich in resources for children of all ages. The neighborhood is equally well known for its diversity of families and residents. and boasts the second highest gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender (GLBT) population in the City. Long known as an activist community, Park Slope has achieved national recognition as a place with a rich public life. The neighborhood, for instance, is the “Recycling Capital” of New York City with voluntary recycling programs an ongoing part of neighborhood life since the 1970’s. 3

It is also home to a thriving locallyowned business community. In fact, many of the business owners live in the neighborhood and enrich it with their community involvement. Park Slope’s commercial corridors are second to none and feature a number of excellent restaurants, bars, coffee houses, sidewalk cafes and shops that draw people from around the City. The neighborhood is also known for its many cultural institutions, with close access to Prospect Park, the Brooklyn Academy of Music, the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, the Brooklyn Museum, the Brooklyn Conservatory of Music, and the Central Library.

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historic park slope p p The Old Stone House is known as a cultural hub to the Park Slope Fifth Avenue BID, as well as a physical center (it lies approximately in the middle of the BID, which runs from Dean to 18th Street). Many are aware of the park’s significant role in the Battle of Brooklyn, but few are aware of its deep, rich baseball history. Believe it or not, The Old Stone House served as the original clubhouse of the team that was to become the Brooklyn Dodgers, when they played at the Washington Baseball Park (now J. J. Byrne Park and William Alexander Middle School). The first home game of the “Brooklyn Baseball Club” and the Grand Opening of Washington Park was Saturday, May

12, 1883 (they beat Trenton 13‑6). During 1883 they played in the minor leagues (“Inter‑State Association”) and won the Inter‑State championship. In 1884, they joined the major leagues as an expansion team in the old “American Association.” The original owner (and, for a couple of years, the manager) of the Brooklyn team was Charles H. Byrne. During their first season, he hired Charles H. Ebbets to work as a ticket taker at Washington Park. Ebbets gradually worked his way up in the organization, and took control of the team on Jan. 1, 1898, just a few hours before New York City annexed Brooklyn, and just 3 days before Byrne died. The rest, as they say, is history.

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Michael & Alice Halkias


marya warshaw

Principal Middle School 51

Owners Grand Prospect Hall

Commanding Officer 78th Precinct

Executive/Artistic Director BAX/Brooklyn Arts Exchange

Lenore DiLeo-Berner was born in Queens, NY and raised in Smithtown, NY. She graduated Cornell University in 1986 with a Bachelor of Science in Nutritional Science. In 2006, Ms. Berner accepted the position of Principal at William Alexander Middle School 51. She has brought to MS 51 her love of science, the arts, and collaboration to enhance this great school’s curriculum and vibrant community. Since her tenure, the school has earned an “A” in progress reports for four consecutive years, a “Well-Developed” on Quality Review and improved state and Regents exam scores. She is proud of the programs she has instituted, which inspire so many of her students.

Alice & Michael Halkias are the owners of Grand Prospect Hall, best known for promising to “make your dreams come true” in their famous TV ads. Mr. Halkias was born in the US, grew up in Syria and Greece during WWII and returned to the States in 1966. After working in bakeries, he became a successful real estate developer in Pittsburgh, where he met and married his now business partner Alice. They purchased what became Grand Prospect Hall (sans “Grand”) in 1981, when it was but an abandoned, leaky version of its future glory. Today, the ornate ballroom and banquet area host everything from weddings of all cultures to business functions and proms.

Captain Michael Ameri comes to Park Slope via Queens, where he served as the Commanding Officer of Patrol (Queens North Anti-Crime Unit) and Commanding Officer of Queens Vice Enforcement. He recently joined the 78th Precinct as Commanding Officer, covering Park Slope (including Prospect Park and the eastern side of the Gowanus Canal.) He has a strong sense of the community, with a commitment to safety and improving the quality of life for its residents. When he is not working, Captain Ameri enjoys spending time with his 10-year-old son and rooting for his favorite team, the New York Jets.

Since 1991, Marya Warshaw has been the Executive/Artistic Director of BAX/Brooklyn Arts Exchange (formerly The Gowanus Arts Exchange). Marya danced as a child at the Center for Modern Dance Education, in NJ, studied at The Cunningham School, with June Finch and developed her first performing space Chichicastenango with dear friend Susan Bodine. She attended Bard College on a full Performing Arts Scholarship in theater & dance and has done graduate work in Arts Management at NYU, Gallatin Division. Marya lives with her wife Jane-Cole Raftery, dog and cat in Park Slope where she is a long time resident and raised her two sons.


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2013 calendar of events JAN


Valentine Spending Spree Raffle begins



Valentine Spending Spree Raffle drawing


tbd: 16th:

Dine in Brooklyn Electronics Recycling Event



A Taste of 5th @ The Grand Prospect Hall


5th: 19th:

Cinco De Mayo Salsa on 4th Street Fabulous Fifth Avenue Street Fair


tbd: 21st:

Gay Pride Parade Music in The Streets


Tues eves: Kids Music Dancing Under the Stars


Tues eves: Kids Music Dancing in the Streets



Halloween Parade



Small Business Saturday



Holiday Tree Lighting


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restaurants BENCHMARK 339 2nd St. (between 4th & 5th Aves.) 718.965.7040

CHIP SHOP 383 Fifth Ave. (between 6th & 7th Sts.) 718.832.7701


Benchmark is located in an off-the-beatenpath space behind Loki Bar, on Second Street near Fifth Avenue. The amazing history of the site includes once serving as an Ice House and way station for goods that came through the Gowanus Canal via underground tunnels! History aside, neighbors come to Benchmark for its warm atmosphere and “New American” cuisine, made from pasture-raised animals and locally-grown produce. The hearty menu focuses on steaks, duck breast, seafood and burgers. Don’t forget to check out their sizable brunch menu on weekends!

The average New Yorker does not have a backyard to relax in for the warmer months. But, recently, Fifth Avenue was lucky to get its own Backyard, complete with delicious food and drinks. The outdoor space is obviously the star attraction, but it’s also a great place for brunch and small plate meals any time of year. Their simple, delicious menu includes slider sandwiches like Pulled Pork and Fig & Blue Cheese with a selection of beer, wine and bubbly. They also have an original cocktail menu with fresh, seasonal ingredients and local spirits. No backyard? Then Backyard is the next best thing.

The Chip Shop is a little bit of England, in the heart of Brooklyn. Anglophiles will feel right at home with their staple dish of deep fried cod and chips (fries for us North Americans.) But their Macaroni & Cheese and pies (Steak & Onion, Wild Mushroom, Beef Shepherds) are just as satisfying and delicious. Make sure to leave a lot of room for dessert. The Chip Shop is world famous for its deep fried Mars Bars, Twinkies, Snickers and even a double-battered Atkins Diet Bar! Wash your meal down with an English Ale or hard cider and you’ve got a little slice of heaven (or at least London), right here in Park Slope.

Aperitivo will remind you of a beautiful Paris bistro, but with simple, delicious Italian and American dishes. Regulars enjoy the relaxed environment, outdoor sidewalk seating, cocktails and brunch. But this little corner restaurant is also host to an amazing series of monthly (often sold out) dinners, focused on meal and drink pairings (Bourbon and BBQ, Crab and local beers, Scottish cuisine and whisky)! And If you like Aperitivo, don’t forget to check out their 7th Avenue outpost (Sotto Voce). They also cater events and own the Alta Voce catering space (318 Fifth Avenue).

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BACKYARD 388 Fifth Ave. (between 6th & 7th Sts.) 347.227.8018

APERITIVO 279 Fifth Ave. (between 1st & 2nd Sts.) 718.369.1123

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cafes & bars LOBO 188 Fifth Ave. (between Degraw & Sackett Sts.) 718.636.8886

SIDECAR 560 Fifth Ave. (between 15th & 16th Sts.) 718.369.0077


Texas-born owner Sean Patterson has created a little slice of home, deep in the heart of Brooklyn. Since 2003, they’ve been serving up Tex-Mex favorites in both Cobble Hill (218 Court Street) and Fifth Avenue. Grab a cold beer, margarita or house-infused tequila (Jalapeño and Serrano/Ancho Chile/ Cinnamon and more.) Start with a round of Chipoltle BBQ wings, or try some authentic chalupas/tacos, enchiladas and fajitas. The menu also includes Chicken Fried Steak, BBQ Baby Back Ribs and catfish. Don’t forget brunch (weekdays too)! Nothing starts the day off right like a breakfast taco.

Caramello, which opened in mid-2012, is a welcome addition to Fifth Avenue. Owner Nicole Grippo is a fourth-generation gelato maker, from Little Italy by way of Vancouver. The café serves an outstanding range of coffees and other hot and cold drinks, homemade pies, pastries and savories. But the standout is the luscious, homemade, gelato and sorbetti, crafted with local ingredients and respectful of Italian tradition, with a distinctly Brooklyn sense of whimsy. Dozens of flavors range from seasonal berry and salted caramel to Rocher (like the bon bons) and Marscapone. Delizioso!

“DR. TUCKER’S 59, CURES COUGHS, COLDS: FOR ALL PAIN.” This mural at Sidecar was a pleasant discovery that appeared when its owners, John and Bart DeCoursy, rebuilt the space into a fabulous dining scene. Regulars come for the cocktails and fried chicken. But crowds also love the Cubano (marinated roast pork, ham, swiss, pickles on toasted ciabatta-chayote slaw, plantain chips) and Brandade, which were featured on The Food Network’s Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives. Sidecar is a rare spot that is open for lunch, brunch and dinner. Drop by and see what the buzz is about!

Has Beans is a neighborhood staple, although they originally began in San Francisco, California in 1976. Now located on the Avenue between 17th and 18th Streets, the fresh roasted coffee has been perking up locals since 2004. They serve a range of locally baked goods, pizzas, quiche and many Vegan-friendly options. In addition to coffee, there is a selection of teas, blended drinks (with and without caffeine) and other refreshments, including wine and beer. Need Wi-Fi and a place to print your document? Has Beans has it all.

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CARAMELLO 179 Fifth Ave. (between Degraw & Sackett Sts.) 718.789.0959

HAS BEANS 620 Fifth Ave. (between 17th & 18th Sts.) 718.499.3828

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PORK SLOPE 247 Fifth Ave. (between Carroll St. & Garfield Pl.) 718.768.7675

GINGER’S BAR 363 Fifth Ave. (between 5th & 6th Sts.) 718.788.0924


Chef Dale Talde, of Bravo’s “Top Chef” fame, has followed-up the success of his first Park Slope outpost (Talde) with the Brooklyn version of the movie “Roadhouse.” If you are looking for a place with cold beer, a pool table and, well, pork, this is your new home! The menu also includes fried chicken, burgers tater tots, and more. Since opening in mid-August, Pork Slope has generated plenty of buzz in the neighborhood, as well as in the fickle NYC food blog world. In fact, the restaurant debuted at number 5 in the Grub Street restaurant power rankings in its very first week!

Beauty Bar might be a familiar name to those who have visited their famous outpost in Manhattan (231 East 14th Street). Their new Fifth Avenue bar opened in March of 2012 in half of the former Ozzie’s Coffee space and, to say the least, their arrival has brought quite a bit of glitz to this formerly quiet block. Beauty Bar is known for its kitschy mix of retro beauty shopchic and dive bar atmosphere. But, as the name suggests, Martinis and Manicures are available Wednesday through Saturday, 6-11 pm. That’s right, sip a cocktail and have your nails done!

Ginger’s Bar is a hub for Park Slope’s sizable lesbian community. It plays a key role in the neighborhood’s annual “Brooklyn Pride” event and is a great place for a beer, a game of pool or a night of dancing. Despite the category “lesbian bar”, though, Ginger’s is welcoming to everyone. Park Slope loves Ginger’s for its role in social activism and unpretentious vibe, but we think that the real star might actually be the Juke Box! Regulars also swear by its great karaoke scene. It’s a spot for everything one associates with a comfortable neighborhood bar.

What seems like a quiet, unassuming corner of Union Street and Fifth Avenue is actually a hotbed of music, entertainment and indoor bocce. Union Hall has been home to some of the best musical acts in the area for years, and its comedy, karaoke and burlesque shows draw rave reviews. Not up for a show? Don’t worry, Union Hall’s ground floor bar serves up beer and bocce (there are two full courts right in the bar!) and the menu includes a wide range of interesting choices, from the Thigh Master (chicken thigh sandwich) to a Stinky BKLYN Cheese Plate.

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BEAUTY BAR 249 Fifth Ave. (between Carroll St. & Garfield Pl.) 718.788.8867

UNION HALL 702 Union St. (between 5th & 6th Aves.) 718.638.4400

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shops p PONY

Park Slope’s Fifth Avenue is home to a

69 Fifth Ave. (between St. Marks Ave. & Prospect Pl.) growing number of top-quality vintage and 718.622.7669 antique shops. In fact, in 2012, New York

Magazine named Pony the Best Secondhand Shop in New York City! They specialize in previously-owned clothing, but what makes it an above-average vintage store are freshly-laundered clothes, neatly arranged and presented like a boutique retail shop, (rather than in sloppy piles and stuffed racks.) The result is a tidy, welcoming shopping experience that will make you feel like you’ve left Brooklyn to shop in Manhattan. Although, why would you want to do that?

FLEISHER’S MEATS 192 Fifth Ave. (between Sackett & Union Sts.) 718.398.6666


Since 1901, when Wolf Fleisher came to America to start his own butcher business, Fleisher’s has been known for its quality meats and good customer service. Its original Kingston, NY location is a popular shop with a strong, dedicated following. Now locals are thankful Fleisher’s expanded to Fifth Avenue. What sets them apart? They work only with local farmers who feed their animals a natural or organic-based diet. The result is meat that is lower in fat and higher in vitamins, without the hormones or chemicals found in standard feedlot. Give it a try and taste the difference!

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In 1895, Cassel Goorin began selling highquality, American-made hats in Pittsburgh, PA. His sons (the Goorin Brothers) moved the business to San Francisco and today, Cassel’s great grandson heads the company, which recently opened an outpost on Park Slope’s Fifth Avenue. Goorin Brothers discovered what Park Slope residents already knew: we love hats. Drop by and try on one of their latest, stylish, seasonal creations. Make sure to wear your lid before heading out to dinner or a stroll along Fifth or through Washington Park.

Fifth Avenue is host to a large number of cafes populated by locals, using their laptops, tablets and smart phones while sipping caffeinated beverages. The dominant computer brand found in these cafes is Apple, which is probably why Fifth Avenue recently became home to one of Dr. Brendan’s Mac repair shops, part of a growing local empire here in NYC. Friendly, quick service, honest assessments and real expertise are what you can expect from Dr. Brendan’s staff. Ask them about any problems you are having with an Apple device. You’ll be glad you did!

GOORIN BROS. 195 Fifth Ave. (between Berkeley Pl. & Union St.) 718.783.4287

DR. BRENDAN 171 Fifth Ave. (between Lincoln & Berkeley Pls.) 718.889.6809

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Subway schedules: Part time service is in effect on some lines. Please refer to for detailed service information. Scan the QR code on the right to go to directly to the mobile MTA subway service page.

Bus transportation: Park Slope is served by the B41, B61, B63, B65, B67 and B69 lines.

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antiques and vintage g on fifth It has been said that the one thing you can count on in New York City is change. For example, over the past decade, Park Slope’s Fifth Avenue has quickly morphed into a premier dining and shopping destination in Brooklyn, after years of serving as Park Slope’s “other” commercial district. Recently, we’ve noticed another change along the Avenue—the growth of Antique and Vintage shops. From Dean to 18th Streets, you’ll find shops specializing in vintage clothing, jewelry, tabletop, decorative items and antique furniture. So, take a walk along Fifth Avenue and use this guide to help you find the antique and vintage items you are looking for. B’nai Tzedukah Thrift Shop 66 Fifth Avenue C H F Pony 69 Fifth Avenue 718-622-7669 C Lulu’s Then & Now 75a Fifth Avenue 718.398.5858 C Beacon’s Closet 92 Fifth Avenue 718-230-1630 C Odd Twin 164 Fifth Avenue 718-633-8946 C


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Guvnor’s Vintage Thrift 178 Fifth Avenue 718-230-4887 C Cog & Pearl 190 Fifth Avenue 718-623-8200 C R Two Lovers Boutique 227 Fifth Avenue 718-783-5683 C R Allure On Fifth 233 Fifth Avenue 718-622-6120 C Housing Works Thrift Shop 266 Fifth Avenue 718-636-2271 C H F

Life Boutique Thrift 515 Fifth Avenue 718-788-5433 C H F Vice Versa 550 Fifth Avenue 718-782-8847 C Time Galleries 562 Fifth Avenue 718-788-8300 F Monk’s Vintage Thrift 579 Fifth Avenue 718-788-2950 C H F C Clothing and Accessories H Housewares, Decorative and Tabletop F Furniture R Recycled and Reused Goods

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fifth avenue online To better serve our neighbors, the Park Slope Fifth Avenue BID has made disseminating information on the web a top priority. Below is a brief description of the tools we have created. We hope that you will check them out on a regular basis and learn more about what is happening along the strip!



The BID’s website contains information about the BID and its work, a calendar of scheduled BID events and, most importantly, a regularly-updated directory of businesses located within the BID’s boundaries. Use the website to find everything you want and need along Park Slope’s Fifth Avenue. Visit us at:

Since May of 2009, the Park Slope Fifth Avenue BID has been keeping the community informed through its blog, All About Fifth ( The site is updated five days a week with posts about local events and sales and profiles of the avenue’s business owners. Don’t forget to follow @allaboutfifth on Twitter (

OUR MOBILE WEB APP Recently, the BID launched a mobile version of its website, Open the site on your iPhone, Blackberry, Android or Palm device and you will receive easy-to-read information about our events and a full directory of our businesses, including phone numbers and addresses. The site was created by the Park Slope area tech start-up

s Scan this QR code with your smart phone to check out our mobile website now!

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fifth avenue business directory y Restaurants, Bars, Cafes American/British Cuisine 200-5th 200 Fifth 56-5th Alchemy 321-9th Atomic Wings 388-5th Backyard 339a-2nd Benchmark 191-5th Bierkraft 568-5th Black Horse Pub 428-Bergen Black Sheep Pub 196-5th Blueprint Wine Bar 280-5th Blue Ribbon 278-5th Bonnie’s Grill 162-5th Brooklyn Fish Camp 169-5th Brooklyn Crepe &Juice 177-5th Burger Bistro 383-5th Chip Shop 381-5th Corner Burger 52-5th Cypress Avenue 452-5th Daisy’s Diner 230-5th Dizzy’s 432-5th Fifth Avenue Diner 486-5th Park Slope Restaurant 247-5th Pork Slope 587-5th Grill’s Delight 370-5th Juventino 606-5th Lindo’s Coffee Shop 289-9th McDonald’s 50-5th Marine’s Coffee Shop 492-5th Mezini 440-Bergen Melt 88-5th Pure 590-5th Royal Fried Chicken 560-5th Sidecar 315-5th s’Nice


324-5th 339-9th 156-5th 195-5th

Stone Park Cafe The Dram Shop The V Spot Zito’s Sandwich Shoppe

Asian Cuisine 399-5th C&Y Chinese Restaurant 201-5th Dao Palate 377-5th Dumplings & Things 319-9th Empire Express Chinese 296-5th Ginza 437-5th Chinese & Tex Mexican Food 349-5th Home 287-5th J-Pan Sushi 2 Lincoln Kiku Asian Fusion Bistro 585-5th New King Food Restaurant 229-5th Lotus 180-5th Mee Thai Cusine 369-5th Mura 194-5th Nahm Thai Kitchen 155-5th Nana Restaurant & Bar 276-5th Naruto Ramen 140-5th New China Tung 437-5th Sai Thai Kitchen 75-5th Shinju III 295-5th Song 631-5th Suki Sushi 471a-5th Sun Bo Bo

197-5th Sun Luck Rest 386-5th Luck Thai French Cuisine 259-5th A.O.C Bistro 322-5th Belleville Bistro 78-5th Canaille Wine Bar 239-5th Moutarde German/Austrian Cuisine 559-5th Der Kommissar Ice Cream/Frozen Yogurt 331-5th Culture Yogurt 448-5th Dunkin Donuts & Baskin Robbins 482-5th Pearl Gate Frozen Yogurt 63-5th Sky Ice 260-5th Trois Pommes Patisserie 741-Union Uncle Louie G’s 402-5th Uncle Louie G’s 77-5th Yogurberry Indian Cuisine 396-5th Aarpan 310-5th Baluchis 473-5th Kinara Indian Restaurant Italian Cuisine 248-5th Al Di La Trattoria 412-5th Due Fratelli Pizza & Restaurant

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279-5th Aperitivo 289-5th Brooklyn Central 187-5th Campo de’Fiori 68-5th Convivium Osteria 554-5th Domino’s 256-5th Fornino/Polpette 483-5th Joe’s Pizza 349-5th Joe’s Pizza 261-5th La Villa Pizzeria & Restaurant 594-5th Lenny’s Pizza 450-5th Padrino’s Pizza 72-5th Peperoncino 469-5th Peppinos 535-5th Princess Pizza 133-5th Trattoria Mulino 85-5th V & M Pizzatown Mediterranean/Middle Eastern Cuisine 310-9th Filfila Falafel Restaurant 79-5th Miriam Restaurant & Wine Bar Mexican Cuisine/Latin Cuisine 141-5th Bogota Latin Bistro 278-5th Calexico 437-5th Chinese & Tex Mexican Food 392-5th Coco Roco 376-5th Colombia in Park Slope 119-5th El Pollito Mexicano 36-5th Yayo’s Latin Cuisine 317-9th El Viejo Yayo Restaurant 188-5th Lobo 148-5th Los Pollitos Mexican II

223-5th Mezcal’s Mexican Restaurant 499-5th Piramide 408-5th Rachel’s Taqueria 351-5th Surfish Bistro 489-5th Tacos Nuevo Mexico Bagels/Delis/Bodegas 242-5th 5th Ave Bageltique Cafe 270-5th 5th Avenue Gourmet Delight 520-5th 7-Eleven 55-5th A.R.E.A Bagels & Bialys 29-5th A&R Coffee & Bagels 599-5th Baba’s Deli 139-5th Back to Earth 287-9th Bagel Pub 612-5th Bagel Factory 339-5th Bagel World 523-5th Bagels & Wraps 291-5th Beygl 606a-5th Energy Fuel 185-5th Fifth Avenue Market 513-5th My Favorite Deli-Grocery 555-5th Park Slope Gourmet Deli 559a-5th Cunningham Deli & Grocery 302-9th S & P Newsstand 402-5th KC Tasty Deli 357-5th Stop & Fifth Deli 423-5th Subway 525-5th Subway Bars 375-5th Bar Reis 249 -5th Beauty Bar 577-5th Buttermilk Bar

497-5th Commonwealth Bar 390-5th Excelsior 506-5th The Fifth Estate 627-5th Freddy’s 363-5th Ginger’s Bar 243-5th High Dive 406-5th Jackie’s 5th Amendment 304-5th Loki 273-13th Lucky 13 Saloon 39-5th O’Connor’s 545-5th Prospect Wine Bar 440-5th Smith’s Tavern 629-5th South 321-5th The Gate 481-5th The Monro 297-9th The Owl Farm 284-5th Terroir Wine Bar 477-5th Skylark Bar 58-5th Uncle Barry’s 702-Union Union Hall 138-5th Voodoo Lounge 74-5th Wolf & Deer Cafes/Bakeries 53-5th Blue Sky Bakery 162-5th Venticinque Cafe 355-5th Cafe Martin 318a-11th Café Regular 179-5th Caramello 448-5th Dunkin’ Donuts & Baskin Robbins 365-5th Du Jour Bakery 97-5th Gorilla Coffee 620-5th Has Beans 557-5th Kahawa Cafe 186-5th Konditori Cafe 249-5th Kos Kaffe 461-5th La Dolce Bakery 59-5th Luscious Foods 368-5th PS Coffee Tea & Spices

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326-6th 577-5th 86-5th 588-5th 260-5th

Postmark Coffee Shop Sandy’s Internet Cafe The Chocolate Room Sweet Treasures Bakery Trois Pommes Patisserie

Art/Handcrafts/Galleries 421-5th Brooklyn Arts Exchange 285-5th Jonathan Blum Portraits 665-President Prophecies Gallery Banks/Financial Institutions 459-5th Astoria Federal Savings & Loans 534-5th Bank of America 108-Garfield Business Sanity 516-5th Capital One Bank 340-9th Carbone Tax & Accounting 159-5th Chase 444-5th Chase 533-5th Chase 205-5th Checks & More 424-5th Citibank 32-5th H&R Block 566-5th H&R Block 326-9th H&R Block 325-9th HSBC 561-5th La Nacional Money Orders 478-5th New York Commercial Bank 269-5th TD Bank Bicycles 375-9th 9th Street Cycles 476-5th Bicycle Habitat 105-5th R & A Cycles


Botanicas/Churches 175-5th Iglesia Pentecostal Jesus Christos 376-5th Johnny’s Universal Botanica & Mystical Shop Car Services 170-5th Arecibo 313-9th Continental Car Service 224-15th Eastern Car Service 475-5th Express II Cards/Gifts/Party Supplies 176-5th Chair-Man Gift & Home 268-14th Fama Party Center 232-5th Scaredy Kat 76-5th Tabeel Gifts & Salon 436-5th Tip Top Gift 190-5th Cog & Pearl Clothing/Accessories/ Jewelry 152-5th A.Cheng 233-5th Allure On Fifth 325-7th AnG Designer Apparel 500-5th Azena Jewelry 92-5th Beacon’s Closet 158-5th Bhoomki 316-5th Bird 508-5th Bobby Sportswear 206-5th Brooklyn Industries 351-5th Cozbi 229b-5th Diana Kane 140-5th E-Lingerie 233-5th Eidolon 93-5th Flirt 538-5th G&M Men’s Suit Outlet 219-5th Glow Accessories 219-5th Goldy + Mac

195b-5th Goorin Brothers 178-5th Guvnor’s Vintage Thrift 526-5th H & A Jewelry & Elec. 137-5th Habit 511-5th Malik Sportswear 184-5th Hiho Batik 172-5th Impeccable Attire 406-5th J.C. Penny Catalog Merchant 43-5th La Vedette 272-5th Lucia x 503-5th Mandee x 579-5th Monk’s Vintage Thrift 164-5th Odd Twin 69-5th Pony 217-5th Poppy 347b-5th Premium Goods Sneakers & Sportswear 530-5th Rainbow Plus 329-5th Razor & Serene Rose 208 5th Something Else 426-5th Square Stores: Big Man Headquarters 71-5th Nora Kogan Jewelry 89-5th Teddy 227-5th Two Lovers 343-5th Urban Alchemist 276b-12th Zeconette Accessories Dancewear/Hosiery 272-5th La Rosa Day Care 147-5th Eldias Child Care 323-5th Kids On Fifth Electronics/Cell Phones 463a-5th Boost Mobile 171-5th Dr. Brendan Mac Repair 577-5th Computer Repair

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526-5th H & A Jewelry & Electronics 146-5th Luis TV Repair 274-5th Metro PCS 479-5th Metro PCS 452-5th Park Slope Phones & Computer 475-5th Prospect Wireless 528-5th Radio Shack 397-5th Sprint Store 460-5th T-Mobile 315-9th Verizon Wireless 84-5th Virgin Mobile

Food/Grocery 252-5th 5th Ave Natural Grocery 216-5th Associated Supermarket 191-5th Bierkraft 475-5th Candy & Grocery 168-5th Degraw Grocery 628-5th Eagle Provisions 409-5th Emporium Fresh Market 439-5th Fifth Avenue Deli & Smoke Shop 326-344-5th Fifth Avenue Farmers Market Event and Music Venues 192-5th Fleisher’s Grass-Fed 318-5th Alta Voce & Organic Meats 416-5th Fifth Avenue Hall Corp. 199-5th Jany’s Meat Market 506-5th The Fifth Estate 608-5th Jubilat Provisions 627-5th Freddy’s Bar 120-5th Key Food 125-5th New York Kids Club 493-5th Key Food Fresh 263-Prospect The Grand 434-5th Kim’s Family Farm Prospect Hall 312-5th M&S Prime Meats 263-Prospect The Oak Room 595-5th Met Foodmarkets 357-3rd Events at Stone Park 65-5th New Star Tobacco 702-Union Union Hall 41-5th Paul’s Fruit and Vegetables Eyeglass Stores 61-5th Slope Natural Foods 332 9th 9th Street Optical 329-9th Steve’s C-Town 537-5th Brooklyn Eyeworks Optical Fitness/Spas/Health 83-5th Milan Optique 555-5th Aikido of Park Slope 490-5th Optical Illusion 529-5th Ameri-kick Karate 682-Union Park Slope Eye Studio 519-5th Park Slope Family 624-5th Balance Life, Inc. Eye Care 139-5th Back to Earth 30-5th Victory Vision Center 555-5th Bikram Yoga of South Slope Florists 207-5th Body Reserve Gym 431-5th Blooms on Fifth 169-5th Body & Foot Rub 543-5th Jasmine’s Floral Designs 150-5th Body Tonic 374-5th Zuzu’s Petals 518-5th Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu

274-5th Cyclebar 157-5th D’mai Urban Spa 73-5th Element Beauty Lounge 374-5th Feldenkrais Center of Park Slope 42-5th Fifth Avenue Fitness 382-5th Body Unique 343-5th Full Spectrum Touch 325-7th Golden Stone 191-15th Harbor Health & Fitness 565-5th Japan Karate Association of Brooklyn 324-9th NY Sports Club 357-9th Prospect Park YMCA 4-Park Qigong Tuina 91-5th QSpa Nail Salon 405-5th Quantum Cardio Vascular Imaging Center 142-5th Renew & Relax Spa 261-13th Ruyi Health Bodywork 405-5th Sage Spa 285-9th Sunshine Chinese Bodywork 502-5th United Tae Kwon Do Framing/Stained Glass 142-5th Brooklyn Frameworks 310-4th Prints Charming 300-5th Stained Glass Store Hardware/Contractors 379-5th Aladdin Plumbing 64-5th Brooklyn Hardware 584-5th CNS Family Hardware 295-9th Fifth Avenue Key Corp. 415-5th Leopoldi’s Hardware 379-5th M.R.S. Renovations 593-5th Park Slope Hardware 109-5th R&A Hardware 395-5th Steve Belsito Sons Heating

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Home Design/Furnishing 564-5th #1 Brooklyn Furniture 596-5th Caesar’s Carpet Center 480-5th Dreamy’s Furniture & Mattress 552-5th J & Y Upholstery Workroom 51-5th Mega Glass & Mirrors 585a-5th NE Stainless Steel Doors 496-5th Sleepy’s Kids 335-5th Area Kicks & Cuts 45-5th Area Kids 347a-5th Bubblez Toy Store 48-5th LuLu’s 75A-5th LuLu’s Then & Now 44-5th LuLu’s for Baby 488-5th Lullaby Baby 125-5th New York Kids Club 167-5th Pink Olive 232-5th Scaredy Kat Kitchen & Bath 601-5th Kitchen & Bath Showplace 233-Prospect Park Slope Kitchen Gallery 601-5th Park Slope Plumbing Supply Kitchen & Bath Showroom 379-5th Aladdin Plumbing/ Renovations Unlimited Laundry/Dry Cleaning 334-9th 9th St Laundrette 294-5th Big Apple Dry Cleaners 82-5th Big Apple Cleaners


504-5th Clean n’Green Laundromat 145-5th Custom Tailor Dry Cleaning 401-5th Dun-Rite Cleaners 123-5th Economy Cleaners 622-5th French Cleaners 471-5th H & B Happy & Brite 182-5th Happy Cleaners 565-5th Laundromat 204-5th Laundromat 131-5th Laundromat 269-13th Laundromat 54-5th Rob’s Stop ‘n Wash 369-9th S & S Cleaners 99-5th Superior Suds 309-5th The Klean Machine Laundromat 231-5th Yes Cleaners Medical/Dental 332-9th A-Z Dentistry 581-5th Aqua Physical Therapy 94-5th Bee Healthy 580-5th Brook Medical & Dental 361-5th Chiropractic Center of Park Slope 328-9th Dental Center of Park Slope 398-5th Dental Spa 217-5th Gentle Dental Associates 326 7th Glowing Results Medical Spa 330-9th K. Katapadi, MD 456-5th Lab Corp 592-5th Murray Fryd, D.D.S 340a-9th Noble Dental Care 326-7th Oasis Hand & Stone Spa

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Nonprofit/Gov’t/Education 184-16th AE Tutoring & Test Prep 204-15th Avalon Academy of Park Slope 372-5th Brooklyn Superhero Supply 402-5th Center For Anti Violence Education 503-5th Good Shepard Services 76a-5th Imani House 575-5th Kumon Math and Reading Center 506-5th New York Guitar Academy 667-President Nurses in the Park 456-5th Council Member Brad Lander

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Professional Services 285-5th Active Transport Services Inc. 336-9th Allstate 57-5th Amesly Realty Management 268-14th Angelo’s Shoe Repair 211-5th Ardito & Ardito 479-5th Avon Recruiting & Training 359-5th Bill Vreeland, Tax Prep 71-5th Conservation Plumbing & Heating 32-5th Ferdiand and Associates LLC 343-5th Law Office of Tryphena Y. Greene, P.C. 637-5th Law Office 332-9th Law Office 288-8th Law Offices of Michael Schaum 227-5th Leonard Colchamiro, Architect 589-5th Lucky Star Realty 688-Union Map of World Music Office 379-5th Matthew L. Kaplin, Architect 328-9th Park Slope Insurance Agency 235-5th Philip A. Robinson, Electrician 399-5th Psychic Advisor 506-5th Scott H. Gallant & Associates Inc. 244-5th Aguayo & Huebener Realty 74-5th B.A. Consultants 322-5th Brenton Realty 276-5th Donawald Realty

288-8th Royal Slope Realty 293-5th Sunstar Realty Salons/Barbers/Nails 591-5th Amy Nails Salon 135-5th Arias 87-5th Badlands Barber Shop 143-5th Bennys Barber Shop 578-5th CC Nail & Beauty 310-4th Christine’s Hair Care 400-5th Clinton Nail Salon 326-9th Creative Hair Spa 294-5th Dhaga Threading 259-13th Diamond Cuts Inc. 318-11th Dolores & Alex 371-5th Eve’s Unisex 355a-5th Fez Salon 485-5th Five Color Nail 513-5th Frank’s Unisex Salon 475-5th George’s Barber Shop 78-5th George’s II Barber Shop 244-5th H&L Nail Salon 235-5th Imagen Unisex 521-5th Judy Unisex 268-14th Lisa La Bue 90-5th Meura Hair Salon 537-5th Nice Nails Salon 313-5th Pink Nail Spa 117-5th Polish Nail Spa 113-5th Q-Beauty Nails 467-5th Rachel’s Tattoo & Beauty Salon 264-5th Radiance Salon 158-5th Rapunzel Rapunzel 563a-5th Shirly Nails 152-5th Silky Nail & Hair Salon 393-5th Slope Barbershop 285-9th Star Nail

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315-9th Brooklyn Wholesale and Retail 445-5th D II 311b-9th Dogomet 99 cent 542-5th G & E 99¢ 421-5th Save on Fifth 555-5th Sky Discounts Video/Record Stores 439-5th Fifth Avenue Record & Tape 70-5th Get Reel Video Vintage 233-5th Allure On Fifth 66-5th Bnai Tzedukah Thrift Shop 92-5th Beacon’s Closet 515-5th Life Boutique Thrift 178-5th Guvnor’s Vintage Thrift 266-5th Housing Works 75a-5th LuLu’s Then & Now 579-5th Monk’s Vintage Thrift 164-5th Odd Twin 69-5th Pony 562-5th Time Galleries 227-5th Two Lovers 550-5th Vice Versa Wine/Liquor 620-5th Adam’s Wines and Liquors 539-5th Bay River Wines & Liquors 327-5th Picada Y Vino Wine Shop 427-5th Primetime Liquors 211-5th Red White & Bubbly 67-5th Sip Fine Wine 115-5th Sterling Grapes and Grains

Address Locator 30 through 50 Fifth Avenue: from Dean thru Bergen Sts. 50 through 100 Fifth Avenue: from Bergen thru Baltic Sts. 100 through 150 Fifth Avenue: from Baltic thru Degraw Sts. 150 through 200 Fifth Avenue: from Douglass thru Union Sts. 200 through 250 Fifth Avenue: from Sackett thru Carroll Sts. 250 through 300 Fifth Avenue: from Carroll thru 2nd Sts. 300 through 350 Fifth Avenue: from 1st thru 4th Sts. 350 through 400 Fifth Avenue: from 4th thru 7th Sts. 400 through 450 Fifth Avenue: from 6th thru 10th Sts. 450 through 500 Fifth Avenue: from 9th thru 12th Sts. 500 through 550 Fifth Avenue: from 12th thru 15th Sts. 550 through 600 Fifth Avenue: from 15th thru Prospect Ave. 600 through 637 Fifth Avenue: from Prospect Ave. thru 18th

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Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg 311 or 212-NEW-YORK Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz 718-802-3700 City Comptroller John C. Liu 212-669-3500 Public Advocate Bill de Blasio 212-669-7200 Council District #33, Stephen Levin 718-875-5200 Council District #38, Sara Gonzalez 718-439-9012 Council District #39, Bradford Lander 718-499-1090 Brooklyn District Attorney Charles J. Hynes 718-250-2000

State State Senate District #18, Velmanette Montgomery State Assembly District #52, Joan L. Millman

718-643-6140 718-246-4889

Federal US Congressional District #11, Yvette D. Clarke US Congressional District #12, Nydia M. Velazquez

718-287-1142 718-599-3658


Community Board #6



Park Slope Fifth Avenue Business Improvement District 718-369-2008


72nd Precinct 78th Precinct

718-965-6311 718-636-6411


The Old Stone House/Washington Park



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