We live and work in a quirky part of Brooklyn called Red Hook. Around every corner in our neighborhood lies strange and interesting sights. Shipwrecked flotsam from the area’s seafaring past, street art that reflects the neighborhood’s artist community as well as the housing projects, small industry churning out aromatic coffee, beer, cupcakes and key lime pies, and backyards filled with airstream trailers, beehives and oddball junk.
If you’ve never been down to Red Hook, except maybe on a frenzied shopping spree at Ikea, take a stroll on your next trip. Slow your pace. Peek in the yards, gaze out across the harbor at Lady Liberty, and come hungry for some of the best eats in Brooklyn.
We invite you to take your next Red Hook stroll on Labor Day when we debut our Red Hook Food Truck Lot at 100 Sullivan St at Van Brunt St. Come by our yard from noon to 6pm to fill up on sights, sounds and good food.
Thanks to @partyliz @vikingbiker @burnyourstencils @_annywho @anthonyderico @kristenblush @bbkiev for the Instagram snapshots above.