You can live in New York for years and still not know everything about its vibrant neighborhoods. Sure, we know the best New York attractions, the best parks and our favorite restaurants, but the city is still full of surprises. That's why we love it.
Park Slope has long been a bastion of the intelligentsia with fine Romanesque Revival and Queen Anne residences that grace the landmarked historic district on the western edge of Prospect Park and it's packed with popular restaurants and interesting shops for everyone, and its laid-back nightlife scene caters to all sorts of crowds.
Below, we're spilling five Park Slope secrets so you can examine some lesser-known aspects of this historic and thriving Brooklyn enclave.