By Eric Hrubant on Nov 30, 2020 in Accommodation, Attractions, Bars, Food and Drink, Going Out, Hotels, New York, North America, Regions, Restaurants, Travel Miscellany, USA
For fellow world explorers, travel bans and restrictions haven’t killed the travel bug — in fact, it’s probably “bugging” you more than ever before! But even though all the corners of the world may not be at your fingertips just yet, there’s still plenty of exploring to do. I asked my colleague, Esther Klijn, a Travel Agent Central 30Under30 honoree and intrepid world traveler, about her favorite place worth visiting that’s closer to home than international destinations. Her answer? Cultured, artsy, tasty Brooklyn, New York.
Before I go any further, I’d like to clarify: Brooklyn is not just for hipsters. Esther, who’s fluent in three languages, has a degree in wine and viticulture, and is a resident Brooklyn-ite herself, says there’s plenty of sophisticated things to see, do, and taste. However, she admits, “I do believe part of the charm of Brooklyn is that it’s not so chichi!”
Ahead, see some of her top Brooklyn experiences, hand-picked with luxury-loving travelers in mind.
Dine at Café Mogador
Brunch aficionado? Café Mogador’s award-winning brunch in Brooklyn is a must-try. And make a stop for dinner, too, to savor some of the restaurant’s authentic Moroccan food. Currently, there’s outdoor dining available as well as delivery and pick-up options.
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