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The street itself is not particularly attractive, it is a busy main street with some very attractive tree lined streets going off it with great little cafes. Smith Street though does have many cafes and shopping options. My favorite cheese and sandwich shop Stinky Brooklyn is at 215 Smith St. Unfortunately you also have corporates like Lulu Lemon and others... 更多
We went there to try out a different neighborhood, and were not disappointed. they have an variety of restaurants and gastro pubs, from French, seafood, burgers. We gone back a few times since we wanted to try out different places. Out first time was a French restaurant on a corner and it did not disappoint. we walked around and tried... 更多
Smith St. is the main artery of Carroll Gardens and is home to many restaurants, bars and a variety of stores. While this street was once rather decrepit it has been transformed to a major shopping and dining destination. As a local I'm not thrilled that some corporate chains have laid claim to some of the spaces but there is... 更多
Fun place to begin to explore NYC. Lots of different types of restaurants and shops of all kinds with different goods and price levels.
There’s a lot of new construction in the area,it is to be hoped that not the soul is lost.The next phase of gentrification (the national brands starting their invasion) is apparently upon Smith Street.But there's still worth visiting restaurants, but do not wait too long your visit
From a shanty Irish neighborhood to a Puerto Rican slum.Nowadays it's a cool hipster area with all types of restaurants From Atlantic Ave to #rd st. there is an abundance of all kinds of shops and store.No doubt you'll be amused.
, This long standing staple of the hood serves it up French Bistro style with live music on the weekends and Foos Ball in the bar. Try the Steak Au Poive.
Smith Street in Brooklyn has become the place to dine, no matter what your wallet has inside it.There are so many new and unique restaurants on each block from the beginning of Smith Street to it's intersection with Atlantic Avenue and beyond. The street offers all kinds of efferent cuisines at various prices, some very expensive and others very inexpensive.... 更多
It is becoming a great destination for restaurants from all over the world... I particularly enjoy with my husband Bar Tabac (being there for 12-15 years!) for some basic comfy French food. But the street has lots to offer besides restaurants: clothing shops, jewelry, some art/furniture ones. It should be one of your stop in Brooklyn!