Comfort Inn Sunset Park / Park Slope
353 38th Street
Brooklyn, NY 11232
Phone: (718) 369-7171
Fax: (718) 369-7178
353 38th Street, Brooklyn, NY, US, 11232
- Téléphone : (718) 369-7171
- Télécopie : (718) 369-7178
Order a Fodera custom bass guitar. All Fodera custom made basses are handcrafted by artisans and musicians. Choose from a Fodera 4, 5 or 6 string bass, a Fodera fretless and more.
Provides top quality corsets, bustiers, bras, dresses, swimwear, plus size lingerie and other types of intimate apparel.
Found Object is a collaborative effort by brother-sister duo Salvo Stoch and Juditha Sakinofsky. It showcases beautiful accessories, bags, jewelry, home decor and scarves that accentuate your attire, making you stand out from the crowds. Their studio combines artwork and textiles from across continents to bring out a novel style and design that has its own appeal. Drop by to browse through their selection.
If you are looking to shop for home decor and furniture, then the Ikea superstore is the right place for you. Located on the Beard Street in Brooklyn, this franchise of the famous furniture store chain offers a range of well-crafted wardrobes, double beds, sofa sets, office tables and much more. With a number of options in furniture you are bound to be spoiled for choice. This is where the expert staff comes in handy as they guide you in choosing the best products that suits your budget and taste. Watch out for special offers as Ikea is known for offering huge discounts on some excellent products. Apart from providing products, the store also assists in delivering and assembling the furniture at a small price. Visit their website for more information.
The diverse inventory of this cozy shop includes organic jewelry, creative cards, vintage goods and other creative gifts and goods.
This energetic wine shop carries delectable wines in every price range and the helpful staff create a wonderful shopping experience.
This small shop offers the latest CD's and accessories and can even help you find rare records or CD's.
Union Market aims to be the kind of grocery store at which everyone from the neighborhood will be able to meet their needs. The store on Seventh Avenue is one of their ventures, which aims to cater to the needs of Brooklyn's Park Slope. This store, with its emphasis on sustainability, stocks organic products of the highest quality. The food is locally grown, and you can bet it is 100 percent fresh.
This place is a shopper's delight. You get to shop for almost everything your shopping bag could possibly accommodate. From clothes to shoes to jewelery, 4 Play BK has all of it in store. Check out their Brooklyn T-shirts which are a good gifting option or choose from a range of Paul Frank accessories like belts, wallets and slippers or even try on a pair of flared jeans from Big star or even a Marilyn Monroe-esque halter dress. They have plenty for all age groups and sizes. Friendly sales people and affordable prices make for the icing on the cake.
Park Slope has gone decidedly upscale in the recent past, and its future looks to be even more so. Of course, with gentrification comes services for the gentry. Socio-economic conditions aside, there's much to love about Otto's selection of silk and cotton underwear, pajamas and bathrobes. Perfect lounge wear for a brownstone. Also available here are garments, jewelry, bags and other accessories. All of the clothes stocked here come with personal touches of Annette Englander. Do glance through their website to have a look at some of their collections on display.
If you're a proud patriot of the pie you should visit the Four & Twenty Blackbirds, located on the 3rd Avenue in Brooklyn. Dedicated entirely to pies of different kinds, this precious bakery dishes out some of the most delicious pies in the city. Choose from a wide range of seasonal pies made with great care which is evident from its gorgeous presentation. A meal here is sure to be life-changing! Drop by asap!
Erie Basin is an upscale antique shop, that is the place to go to if you are looking for early 19th and 20th century antiques which include jewelry and objects with contemporary stylistic and cultural relevance. The store has an eclectic collection of artifacts ranging from early 19th century Neoclassical Furniture to Egyptian revival jewelry and American folk art. Do check out the online collection which has very attractive trinkets ranging from 'Mary Preston Earrings' to a sombre 'Garnet Mourning pin'. The shop is definitely worth visiting, if not to buy something, then at least to browse through what it has to offer. Call ahead for appointment.