Park Slope: What to do and eat in this leafy brownstone haven

Park Slope can get a bad rap as baby stroller central with its intense “mommy mafia,” but if you’ve ever been, it’s clear why people raise their families here — it’s one of the most beautiful spots in the city.

Mayor Bill de Blasio’s neighborhood also has old ties as the site of the largest battle of the Revolutionary War. The area’s rich history is clear as you explore the neighborhood.

And while it seems largely off-limits to those who can’t afford to live there with its rows of brownstones, it’s a part of Brooklyn that’s inclusive of different cultures through its rainbow of restaurants, shops and institutions.

We can’t possibly write about every worth-it place in the neighborhood, but we’ve taken on the challenge of putting together a list of things you won’t want to miss.