Park Slope

Easy and Accessible…

This world-renowned neighborhood has enchantments to suit every taste. Your guest suite is very close to 5th and 7th Avenue shopping, cafes, restaurants, bars and entertainment.  Food lovers have a vast array of choices from Dizzy’s diner to award-winning Al di la.  All the architectural gems of Brownstone Brooklyn are a few blocks away.

Close to Attractions…

For runners, picnickers and casual amblers, it’s 5 blocks to Prospect Park, the masterpiece of Olmsted & Vaux, who designed Central Park. Nature lovers just love the Brooklyn Botanical Garden. The Brooklyn Museum boasts great exhibitions and a permanent collection that wows.Walk to Barclays Center arena, home of the Brooklyn Nets, concerts and many special events. Live music, comedy and theater are here too at Barbes, the Bell House and Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM).

Getting Here

Eveland 14th Street

It is four blocks from the F, G and R trains at 9th Street and 4th Avenue stations.  Less than 20 Minutes to Manhattan.



Don’t expect a fajita or burrito being served here. This is a higher end delicious Mexican food. A small patio, yummy drinks and a short walk to EvelandBnB makes Fonda one of my guests, and my, favorites. Call ahead for a reservation.

434 7th Avenue
Between 14th and 15th Street,
Brooklyn, NY 11215
Tue-Thu, Sun 5pm – 10pm
Fri-Sat 5pm-11pm
Brunch Sat – Sun 11am – 4pm

Per Zagat:

For “memorable Nuevo Mexican”, these “festive” cantinas are “the place to go” for “upscale” (yet well-priced) cooking and “interesting cocktails”; the “small” Park Slope original can feel “cramped” (“go when the backyard is open”).

Piccoli Trattoria

If Italian is what you desire take a very short walk (one block) to Picolli Tratoria. And they deliver!

522 6th Avenue
Corner of 14th Street,
Brooklyn, NY 11215
Mon-Thu 4:30pm – 11pm
Fri-Sun 4:30pm-11pm
Brunch Sat – Sun 11am – 3pm

Per NY Magazine:

“The owners of South Slope’s Piccoli Trattoria make the most of a limited space, turning a cramped corner café into a cozy dinner nook with minimal décor including tin-tiled ceilings, an open façade, and well-worn seating. Chef Andres Rodas’ (Cipriani) relatively conservative menu surprises…”

Daisey’s Diner

This restaurant strives to serve food that’s tasty, fresh and fast. You have the option of dining in and ordering from their large menu. Or you can have your meal delivered straight to your Airbnb home. And the best part is Daisy’s is open 24 hours!

452 5th Ave
Between 10th & 9th St

Good breakfast, milkshakes, cute.  Good diner food.


819 8th Ave
(corner of 9th Street)
(718) 499-1966
Daily 7:00 am – 6:00 pm

This is a perfect place to get a hearty brunch. They serve pancakes and burgers!


Peppino’s (Pizza)

469 5th Ave
Between 10th & 11th St
(718) 768-7244
Tue-Thurs: 11am-10pm
Fri: 11am-11pm
Sat: 12:00pm-10:45pm
Sun: 12:00pm-10:00pm

You can enjoy good Pizza…And yes, they deliver.

Four & Twenty Blackbirds (Pies)

439 3rd Ave
Between 7th and 8th Street
(718) 499-2917
Tues – Thurs: 8 am– 7 pm
Sat – 9 am – 7 pm
Sun – 10am – 6pm

You don’t have to go far to get a taste of some of New York’s finest pies… Four & Twenty offers a variety of that oh so delicious pastry!

Entertainment Venues

Union Hall

702 Union Street
(between 5th and 6th Ave)
Contact: (718)-638-4400
Bar, Food, Live Music, and boccie.
For the latest shows and concerts, visit:

The Bell House

149 7th Street (Bet 2nd and 3rd Avenue)  Contact: (718) 643-6510
Mon-Sun 5 pm – 4 am
Music, DJs, bar, events. from films, live music to bingo night…
For the latest shows and concerts, visit:



376 9th Street (Off 6th Ave)
Contact: 347-422-0248

Great small bar with awesome live music!

The Fifth Estate

506 5th Ave
Between 12th St & 7th Ave
Contact: (718) 840-0089
It’s sexy place with a zebra wallpaper. If you’re not entertained by their pinball machine, then the live music performances may most likely do the job!




Nearby Attractions

Brooklyn Museum 

At the heart of the exciting and diverse borough of Brooklyn, New York City lies the Brooklyn Museum.  From Egyptian antiques, to European paintings to contemporary pieces; this art museum offers its guests extensive art collections from different periods and cultures. The Brooklyn Museum is truly one the must-sees while exploring Brooklyn.

The first Saturday of the month is a great time to visit Brooklyn Museum. During this special day, the museum opens its doors at 11 am to anyone for free! It then runs events including musical performances up until 11 pm! So what are you waiting for?

Click here for Brooklyn Museum’s hours and admission.


Prospect Park

This impressive public park spans around 585 acre and is conveniently located in Brooklyn, New York City. Designed by the creators of Central Park, Prospect covers attractions like the Brooklyn Botanical Garden and the Prospect Park Zoo. This grand playground for Brooklyn Natives is also close to key neighborhoods like Park Slope. Run, stroll, play or explore – the outdoor fun never stops at Prospect Park.

Amazing activities and events also await you when you happen to visit the park every first Saturday of the month, so mark your calendar!

Click here for Prospect Park’s official website.


Brooklyn Botanical Garden

Fondly called BBG by locals, Brooklyn Botanic Garden’s history goes all the way back to 1910. This 52-acre garden is not only home to an extensive plant collection (10,000 taxa of plants), but also to an art gallery, climate-specific plant pavilions and the Steinhardt Conservatory.

Brooklyn Botanical Garden is conveniently located within the grounds of Prospect Park. This stunning green space attracts almost a million people annually. Come and be one of its lucky visitors!

Click here for hours and admission.


Coney Island

If you want to have some real fun with the family, Coney Island may just be the New York destination you are looking for. This neighborhood in the southwestern section of Brooklyn has become a popular amusement center for both locals and tourists. Coney Island showcases over 50 great attractions and thrilling rides, so there’s plenty to choose from.

One thing you need to know about Coney Island is that rides and attractions here do not have one central management like Six Flags; instead they are run by individual businesses.

Click here for more information about Coney Island, including hours and admission.