Brooklyn Heights Neighborhood bar for many Generations
O’Keefe’s Bar and Grill has been family owned and operated since 1974. Their warm atmosphere is…
Montague Street is known for being a vibrant shopping and dining destination in Brooklyn Heights. Tourists and locals alike have discovered this gem, which is the only four-block long strip that has a civic center at one end and a tourist attraction at the other.
Both the court system and the famous Heights Promenade attract hundreds of thousands of visitors each year.
Here’s an update on some of the latest items of interest on Montague.
Cohen’s Fashion Optical – 151 Montague Street
The temperatures may be falling, but it’s never too cold to have a cool pair of shades. The sun’s UV rays can still do damage to your eyes in fall and winter months. Plus, a fashionable pair of sunglasses is a great way to complete any look. The folks at Cohen’s Fashion Optical (151 Montague St.) tell us that when it comes to sunglasses, bling is one of the hottest trends this fall. But if bling isn’t your thing, gold trim is another stylish option.
Five Guys – 138 Montague Street
Want fries with that? In 2009, GQ Magazine cited 5 Guys (138 Montague St.), as “The Best $5 Burger a Man Can Get.” But fast food lovers also flock to the chain for the delicious, hand-cut fries, made fresh daily. But you don’t have to worry about them running out of those deliciously golden fried goodies, there’s a massive stash of 50lb. bags !
Ricky’s – 107 Montague Street
For most of the year, Ricky’s (107 Montague St.) lives up to it’s motto, keeping customers, “Looking good, feeling good,” with an array of the top beauty and hair care brands. But as Halloween approaches, the retailer is the place to go get some of the scariest masks and freakiest fangs in the city. HERE’S THE BAD NEWS: We hear Ricky’s is closing their Montague Store after Halloween…HERE’S THE GOOD NEWS: that means you can get some GREAT deals this Halloween—and that’s just around the corner !
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