Asase 622 Vanderbilt Ave, Brooklyn, NY11238 Asase is a full service hair salon that has been serving Prospect Heights from its Vanderbilt Avenue location for more…More than ten years. The neighborhood salon offers cuts and coloring by appointment only.
India Place 655 Vanderbilt Ave, Brooklyn, NY11238 India Place provides Indian cuisine to Prospect Heights from its purple and red Vanderbilt Avenue location. Lunch…More specials and combination platters are served every day, and there is outdoor seating in the backyard. Wine and beer is available, and there's free delivery.
Prospect Heights Realty 616 Vanderbilt Ave, Brooklyn, NY11238 Prospect Heights Realty is a full-service real estate agency serving Prospect Heights from its centrally located…More Vanderbilt Avenue office. The friendly and knowledgeable staff shows commercial and residential spaces all over the great borough of Brooklyn.
Wilkerson Mailbox Rentals 593 Vanderbilt Ave, Brooklyn, NY11238 A Vanderbilt Avenue mainstay, Wilkerson Mailbox Rentals sell stamps, shipping supplies, metrocards and a full range of…More shipping and fax services. Utility payments can be submitted here, and money orders and Western Union money wiring services are also available. Perhaps unsurprisingly, the store also has mailboxes available to rent.
Le Gamin Cafe 556 Vanderbilt Ave, Brooklyn, NY11238 Le Gamin Cafe serves a seasonal French menu in a casual, bistro-style environment. It offers sweet and savory crepes,…More salads, sandwiches, dinners and revolving specialties. This Vanderbilt Avenue favorite is famous for its backyard garden, its brunch and its bowls of delicious cafe au lait.
Eton is a new addition to Vanderbilt Avenue's restaurant row. The asian…More fusion restaurant, which sports a wood-paneled exterior, offers pan-seared dumplings, steamed slider sandwiches, and saimin, a Hawaiian style ramen.</p>
Chabad of Prospect Heights 569 Vanderbilt Ave, Brooklyn, NY11238 Conveniently located on Vanderbilt Avenue, the Chabad of Prospect Heights is a Jewish education center offering area…More residents of all ages a wide array of programs and services, including Bible studies, Bar/Bat Mitzvah lessons and Shabbat candle lighting. Founded in 2003 by Rabbi Mendy Hecht, the Chabad has an open door policy for all followers of the Jewish faith.
Aliseo Osteria Del Borgo 665 Vanderbilt Ave, Brooklyn, NY11238 Aliseo Osteria Del Borgo is a fine-dining Italian restaurant on Vanderbilt Avenue. With its Victorian rose chintz…More wallpaper and bricabrac decorations, the restaurant offers a warm, cozy, romantic dining environment. An extensive wine list complements the menu, with wines and dishes both drawn from the Le Marche region of Italy.
The Usual 637 Vanderbilt Ave, Brooklyn, NY11238 The Usual opened in 1992, which makes it the oldest restaurant on Vanderbilt Avenue below Atlantic, according to…More management. Customers can enjoy breakfast offerings all day, along with American items such as burgers and Philly cheesesteak sandwiches. The owner's passion for Led Zeppelin is reflected in the album covers painted on the walls and fences of the backyard patio.
Woodwork 583 Vanderbilt Ave, Brooklyn, NY11238 There aren't many places in Prospect Heights where it's socially acceptable to drink at 7 in the morning, but at…More Woodwork on Vanderbilt Avenue no one will bat an eye. This self-styled soccer bar opens early on the weekends so Brooklyn's "footie" fans can enjoy their favorite English Premiere League games. At night, the bar takes on a hipper, less soccer-oriented vibe.
Milk Bar 620 Vanderbilt Ave, Brooklyn, NY11238 Located on Vanderbilt Avenue in Prospect Heights, Milk Bar is a cafe open daily for breakfast and lunch. The cafe serves…More coffee, tea and espresso beverages as well as a variety of sandwiches, gourmet toasts, soups and salads made from organic, locally-sourced ingredients. Milk Bar also serves fresh breads baked daily by Pain D'Avignon Bakery.
Pequena 601 Vanderbilt Ave, Brooklyn, NY11238 One of several bars and restaurants along Vanderbilt Avenue, Pequena offers reasonably priced Mexican food and a relaxed…More atmosphere. You can enjoy executive chef and owner Johannes Sanzin's menu at one of the restaurant's street-side outdoor tables, or amongst the colorful, Dia de los Muertos-themed artwork that covers the walls inside.
Zaytoons 594 Vanderbilt Ave, Brooklyn, NY11238 Serving Middle Eastern specialties on Vanderbilt Avenue since 2007, this Zaytoons is the restaurant's third…More Brooklyn location. Open for lunch and dinner seven days a week, the interior of Zaytoons has a pleasant Moroccan decor, with tilework, lamps and murals. Everything is made from scratch, including the fresh baklava and there's very nice garden seating in the backyard.
Park Place Towers Condominium 222 Park Pl, Brooklyn, NY11238 The Park Place Towers Condominium is a modern, four-story condominium building. Steps away from the 7th Avenue B and Q…More subway station, as well as Flatbush and Vanderbilt avenues, the building occupies a convenient location on a tree-lined Prospect Heights block.