Carroll Gardens As One Of The Loveliest Neighborhood In The US
Carroll gardens is a neighborhood in Brooklyn, United States of America that is named after Charless Carroll (signer of Declaration of Independence). This sweet neighborhood is perfect for family environment especially it is packed with everything that you need in your daily activities. They have bars, restaurants, cafes and also boutique stores that are the best in New York City. The trees and brownstones that are there today are no different from when they were built which could be a fascinating place to visit especially if you are around the area. There are also benches along the side of the road so you could have a picnic and relax while you are enjoying your meal during the day.
Carroll gardens is a nicer and quieter neighborhood in downtown Brooklyn, so some people have said or at least quieter than Boerum Hill or Cobble Hill. It is definitely worth it to take a stroll down to memory lane by going through this street especially because of the old brownstones that could remind you back to 1860’s and 70’s. If you love to visit old buildings and to see their architecture, you could also visit the many churches in the area especially because of their historical past and their unique designs. There are a lot of different restaurants that are available there with many different types of food such as Thai, Mediterranean, Chinese, Italian and many more.
Carroll gardens could just be the perfect place for you to visit, whether you have relatives there or not it shouldn’t matter too much especially because of its area with nice view, good neighborhood, lots of stores and restaurants so it wouldn’t be too hard for you to just walk down the block and grab a bite to eat while you are staying in a hotel in the area. A lot of people have said that this neighborhood is the Jewel of the City. There are a lot of interesting activities that you could do around the neighborhood itself and people are friendly there. It definitely has its own charm especially in remembering the old days where there were old brownstones everywhere.