Specialty food stores such as Esposito’s, famous for their homemade sopressata.
Classic speakeasies and trendy eateries like SAUL, a Michelin star restaurant.
Eclectic boutiques that feature a variety of indie and designer clothing, eco-toys, and vintage furniture.
Historic venues, like PJ Hanley’s, the oldest bar in Brooklyn where Al Capone is rumored to have brewed beer in the basement.
Convenient access to public transportation, schools, playgrounds, the waterfront, downtown Brooklyn, and Manhattan.
A close-knit community of long-time Carroll Gardens residents who warmly greet you from their 19th century garden brownstones.