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Best things to do in Cypress Hills, Brooklyn

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Beer Garden
“Cool, minimalist taproom with clever bar bites & local beers, plus a big backyard & late-night DJs. ”
100 locals recommend
Pizza Place
“This pizzeria with an industrial setup offers a simple menu of gourmet wood-fired pies & appetizers.”
84 locals recommend
“This is our go-to neighborhood spot for a great meal or just to have a cocktail with friends. The menu has a wide variety of tasty options for both dinner and brunch (weekends only). FKB is very casual and has a back yard area with ample seating. Make sure you try the cheddar scallion biscuits and sliders! ”
77 locals recommend
“Industry1332 is a chill place for rustic sit-down dining in the neighborhood. The restaurant is known for its Latin-American cuisine and tapas, but also offers a traditional brunch menu on the weekends. Come here to enjoy some Peruvian ceviche, chicken tacos and red sangria. ”
48 locals recommend
Baseball Field
“Beautiful and quiet park a short 15min walk from us!! Highly recommended! It has a lot of tennis courts, baseball fields, and running paths!”
28 locals recommend
“This small batch brewery has a ton of different fresh beers available, and it's probably the best deal in NYC for flights. ”
18 locals recommend
Food & Drink Shop
“To be honest, they are a bit overpriced BUT they are open 24 hours and have a great selection! And they make sandwiches/salads fresh, made to order. ”
18 locals recommend
Grocery or Supermarket
“The closest corner store to our building, on the corner of Irving Avenue and Halsey street. It has everything you need on short notice. Also has fresh milk, bread, produce, and fruits. Very convenient. Hot grill has great sandwiches. They also have many different kinds of beer.”
15 locals recommend
Gay Bar
“The Deep End is a fun, unpretentious bar on the border of Brooklyn and Queens. At night, come here on Tuesdays for Taco Night, Wednesdays for Karaoke, and Sundays for a gay party called Otter Box. The staff is great, the food is top-notch, and the people are friendly. You can’t go wrong here. ”
10 locals recommend
“Broadway Junction Station - J & Z / Brown Line, A & C / Blue Line, L / Gray Line”
13 locals recommend
Bus Stop
“Tons of antique, clothing, housewares and other stores up and down Atlantic from Hicks to 3rd Avenue”
6 locals recommend
Point of Interest
“This is a circus-arts training facility only a few blocks from us! It's a fantastic way to get a great workout. They have drop in classes for beginners for really affordable prices! I love the stretch/yoga sessions :) Very much needed in a stressful NYC! Great for families too. ”
10 locals recommend
“The Cemetery of the Evergreens is a non-denominational cemetery in Brooklyn and Queens, New York, colloquially called Evergreen Cemetery. It was incorporated in 1849, not long after the passage of New York's Rural Cemetery Act spurred development of cemeteries outside Manhattan. For a time, it was the busiest cemetery in New York City; in 1929 there were 4,673 interments. The cemetery borders Brooklyn and Queens and covers 225 acres (0.91 km2) of rolling hills and gently sloping meadows. It features several thousand trees and flowering shrubs in a park-like setting. The Evergreens is the final resting place of more than 526,000 people. ”
9 locals recommend
7 locals recommend
“We love unpretentious diners. Paphos will never impress you aesthetically - the seats and tables are run down but the food is great. This is the type of classic diner that would appear on Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives where locals enjoy cheap eats.”
5 locals recommend
Natural Feature
“I love to go to the reservoir for peace and quite and to admire the lake. It's so beautiful and peaceful and you'll always see friendly neighbors walking or jogging.”
9 locals recommend