Located at the end of Freemans Alley off of Rivington this hip hidden spot caters with classic early American fare in perhaps one of the most quaint and secluded restaurants in all of Manhattan. We especially recommend the pancakes at brunch.
Browse photos of flower covered home facades, featuring climbing roses on houses, wisteria flowers in bloom, and more florals covering cottages and brightly colored doors. Domino shares flower covered homes in celebration of summer.
Brooklyn was once an escape from Manhattan's sky-high real estate prices. Now, however, it's the second most expensive place to live in the nation. Some neighborhoods like Brooklyn Heights and DUMBO are even more expensive than across the East River.