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Below is a selection of addresses. The target is family. The goal is to offer you a few places that are accessible to the family and generally quite typical of NYC or the United States.
Regarding restaurants, I also tried to select places that were not too expensive.
Coffee & Delicacies
Brooklyn Ice Cream Factory (white wooden house)
Fulton Ferry Pier Landing
Artisanal ice cream offered in the old fire station.
55 Water St (between Dock st and Main st) within the Food Court.
Promises you a unique experience: taste doughnuts
where to eat ?
Shake Shack (Burgers)
1 old Fulton st (angle with Water st)
Quality fast food
1 Front St (angle with Fulton st)
One of NYC's hottest pizzerias but requiring a little waiting
Luke's Lobster (Lobster Sandwich)
11 Water st (angle with Fulton st)
Go try the lobster roll (lobster sandwich),
Brooklyn Historical Society (memorabilia)
128 Pierrepont St, (corner with Clinton st)
Memories of Brooklyn.
Brooklyn Historical Society DUMBO
55 Water St (between Dock st and Main st).
This is the opportunity to discover this old industrial building and see cool exhibits on Brooklyn.
New York Transit Museum
99 Schermerhorn (between
Boerum pl and Court st).
Located in an authentic metro station, you will be able to test their evolution since 1907.
The shop will also be an opportunity to bring back souvenirs from NY.
99 Water St.
Skate shop and accessories that might appeal to children.
Possibility of taking courses on 1 hour sessions with loan of equipment
Jane's Carousel 45 Dock St
Protected by a glass wall designed by Jean Nouvel, it is the Carousel with a view of the Brooklyn Bridge to offer your children.