Hotel Marketing Expert
Dec 14, 2021
1 min read
Five Reasons to Visit Brooklyn's Park Slope
Julie has always married storytelling and design with a drive to build community around innovative experiences. She’s currently heading up marketing atDreamscape
, and previously shaped brand at Soho House, GrandLife Hotels, Ian Schrager Company and NeueHouse, to name a few. She’s an Aussie, but now calls Park Slope, Brooklyn home. Who better to craft an experience for us, giving five great reasons to visit her neighborhood.
Part of our Five Reasons series, here you’ll find the most local of tips – from unique hotels to small businesses and secret spots (we trust you to keep these on the DL). Because, we firmly believe there’s no better way to get to know a place than when guided by someone who knows it best.
Read on for Julie’s favorite places to eat, drink, stay, and shop in Park Slope, Brooklyn.
Park Slope, Brooklyn, New York City
: Melbourne, Australia
Vice President and Head of Marketing at Dreamscape
Five reasons to visit Park Slope, Brooklyn
– this place has so much heart and soul. Every pasta dish is sensational. My go-to is the bolognese with gluten-free pasta, a glass of red wine, and the tiramisu. Far from regular,Café Regular
is the greatest morning experience – you’ll feel like you’re in France with a cup of tea (or coffee) and a croissant.
is a low-key British bar. I go there for the sausage roll when I’m feeling homesick. It’s also where I can find my husband when he’s not home.
A beloved Park Slope bodega owner renamed his storeThe Bad Wife
– but he insists that his spouse is anything but! Everything you need can be found here, it’s all about shopping local.Sounds
has a neighborly atmosphere and meticulously curated goods. The in-house cafe and backyard is a great place for sunshine and conversation.
The thing to do
I’d recommendProspect Park
farmer’s market andBrooklyn Botanical Garden
Go toPublic Records
for comedy shows, theGreenwood Cemetery
for the Sophie Calle Installation and concerts in the catacombs, and theBrooklyn Museum
Wait, what about a hotel?
There are no hotels I’d recommend in Prospect Park itself, so check in toThe New York EDITION, The Times Square EDITION
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