Fort Greene Park 123 Dekalb Ave, Brooklyn, NY11217 Designed by Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux, the revered architects of Central Park and Prospect Park, Fort…More Greene Park serves as the neighborhood's green heart. The park's most prominent feature is the Prison Ship Martyrs Monument, a 149-foot tower that stands atop the remains of some of the 11,000 men and women who died on prison ships anchored in the East River and controlled by the Britsh during the Revolutionary War. The monument is at the center of the of the park and offers great views of Brooklyn and the Manhattan skyline. The park also has tennis and basketball courts.
Bombay Masala 678 Franklin Ave, Brooklyn, NY11238 Bombay Masala is an Indian restaurant located just off the Park Place Shuttle in this quiet pocket of Bed-Stuy that…More borders Prospect Heights. It features an elegant atmosphere, affordable pricing, and Bollywood movies shown while dining. It is accessible to the 2/3 subway lines on Flatbush Avenue.