What to eat and do in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn

Prospect Heights lies just north of Park Slope and Prospect Park and, though small, holds much to discover. The area is known for its picturesque, tree-lined streets, diverse community and generally more bohemian pace.

Esteemed borough institutions like the Brooklyn Museum and the Brooklyn Botanic Garden are main draws for non-residents, but travel just a few blocks north — Prospect Heights extends to Atlantic Avenue — and you’ll find a plethora of shops, cafes and oddities to uncover. Sit down for a Korean lunch, dig through piles of used books and cap your day with a drink from a highly curated cocktail menu.

Here’s our guide to Prospect Heights from morning to night.

Steven Casale