A day in…Red Hook, Brooklyn!

Red Hook’s waterfront cobblestone streets give this refurbished neighborhood the ambiance of a quaint, seaside town. It is the home to numerous pre-civil war maritime warehouses converted to art galleries, restaurants and Ample Hills, Brooklyn’s favorite ice cream shop.  Red Hook was settled by the Dutch in the 17th century.  During the American Civil War,Continue reading “A day in…Red Hook, Brooklyn!”