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From the Brooklyn Brewery to the Century 21 Dept Store, impress out-of-town guests with a truly local experience in Brooklyn.
Updated: September 10, 2004
Puppet festivals, jazz suites and multimedia productions distinguish this eclectic performing-arts venue.
The only South African eatery in town testifies to Brooklyn's multiculturalism with flavor and occasionally, live entertainment.
Go to Bayridge for inner-city savings on clothes and household items and avoid battling the crowds of lower Manhattan.
The best place to get a taste of local brews. On Saturdays, you can even see how they're made.
Peruse, purchase or create beads, vases and mosaics at America's first and largest public studio for glassblowing and kiln casting.
Why simply cross the famous bridge when you can go inside? This performance space hosts significant arty attractions.
The displayed work--part installation, part multimedia, mostly weird--isn't easily classifiable, but the experience is definitely innovative.
Step back in time and have a great cup of cappuccino at this historic coffeehouse and salumeria.