Off Track Planet's Brooklyn Travel Guide for the Young, Sexy, and Broke
Freddie Pivovsky, Anna Starostinetskya
Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub
Following in the successful footsteps of Off Track Planet's Travel Guide for the Young, Sexy, and Broke, this brand-new book in the Off Track Planet series will focus entirely on Brooklyn, a huge destination spot for the 20s and 30s crowd. In recent years, Brooklyn has boomed in popularity and people visit from all over the world to explore the restaurant scene, bars, and culture that thrive in this popular city.
This edgy reference book is divided into two parts. The first part covers what to expect in Brooklyn including fashion, health and safety, budgeting, and where to stay. The second part is organized by neighborhood and what to do for fun including bars and partying, places to visit, shopping, eating, festivals, tattoo shops, sightseeing, and more. Complete with predeparture suggestions as well as OTP tips and fun facts, this comprehensive travel guide also includes 200+ photos and illustrated maps for each neighborhood and is the only go-to guide to Brooklyn you'll need.
browsing pleasure. The gents have several racks of denim, T-shirts, and nice jackets to pick through. The shoe and accessory collection at this location is fantastic as well. Come in, take a number. When your turn comes up, go straight for the jugular and get the mozzarella. Pulled in-house, it’s the smoothest, freshest-tasting white blob you’ll ever try. An Italian specialty foods store, Caputo’s also makes their own fresh pastas, ricotta, sauces, and olives and sells a nice variety of imported
(if you catch them on a weekend). The coﬀee isn’t great, but the girls bake up a storm in the kitchen right behind the counter, and everyone is high on vegan compassion, so the service is always stellar. During the summer, they do ice cream, and getting a slice of their luscious chocolate cake, with a scoop of vanilla, is an awesome way to spend an afternoon. DOUGH #doughnuts #bakery #FamousFood 305 Franklin Avenue There’s been quite a bit of hype about gourmet doughnuts sweeping New York in the
good. While they do serve up a mean burger (for $14), we like to funnel our funds into their steak, medium-rare with a side of Brussels sprouts. Their portions are hearty and the brunch menu (the custardy French toast!) never disappoints. The Farm isn’t cheap, but they have a little annex café/ bakery in the area called Nine Chains where all the beggars (us!) go to get a taste of the good life. Old Baku will be the one spot that will pump you full of so much good food that the grime factor won’t
as their reason for dumping the place. This massive worker shortage caused Gorilla to close its doors for sixteen days and put neighborhood coﬀee-goers into a confused, energy-deﬁcient frenzy. If Gorilla’s closure caused this much damage, they must have been serving something worth crying about. Lucky for you, the shop is restaﬀed and open for business again. #coffee #FoodByWeight #PicnicPerfect 341 7th Avenue WAFELS & DINGES On the way to the park, your eyes will be assaulted with the
with less elephant piss and more body. On the beer side, you’ll ﬁnd an ever-changing selection of local craft beers in their fridges and on tap at the bar. On the sandwich side, you’ll 150 OTP Brooklyn_int.indd 150 1/12/15 10:34 AM Park Slope ﬁnd house-made and cured meats (like pastrami-spiced brisket, paprika-rubbed wagyu roast beef, and all kinds of salami), carefully selected cheeses (manchego, cave-aged gruyere, smooth and creamy Brie, and fancied-up sharp cheddar), breads, and spreads.