Park Slope is an idyllic Brooklyn neighborhood complete with immaculately maintained brownstones and well-behaved children. The families and professionals that share Park Slope are savvy and eco-friendly big-city dwellers with a refined neighborly sensibility. Easily accessible and self-sufficient, Park Slope’s main avenues are filled with boutiques, restaurants, and bars serving a crowd that expects nothing less than the crème de la crème.See 469 places to stay Save this neighborhood
Park Slope's Community Ties Begin At the Roots
The surrounding neighborhood is a lot of fun and easy to get access to everything you need: from great craft beers at the Double Windsor, to awesome morning bagels, and a corner coffee shop to sit and watch the buzz."
Visited in 2012
Life on the Park
You'll be surrounded by restaurants, shops, cafes, gyms and museums. Prospect Park, the beautiful park designed by the same architect who designed Central Park, is only few blocks away. The park offers many activities: botanic garden, brooklyn museum, zoo, picnic areas, bike paths and concerts in the spring-summer."
Meet Park Slope
A brilliant part of Brooklyn with a great vibe and a million things to do at your doorstep."
Visited in 2012
Park Slope Stays On Top of the Trends
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Susie Cushner is a professional photographer based in Park Slope, Brooklyn. Her work is primarily focused on still life, food, travel cultural and lifestyle subjects. She's inspired by the joy of revealing things to others; hopefully, with an unexpected perspective. Photography offers Susie continuous opportunities to identify and express creative narratives of the ordinary and extraordinary.