Abraham Lincoln High School
In the days when Coney Island had a sizable Jewish population, Lincoln High School was attended by a small, sickly boy named Melvin Kaminsky who learned to make people laugh in self defense. A tummler ...
Abe Stark Skating Arena
A Jewish tailor and clothier, Abe Stark became a Brooklyn icon for his famous sign on the outfield wall of Ebbetts Field that promised a free suit to any player who could hit the sign. Although he gav ...
The world’s most celebrated hot dog stand opened in 1916, founded by Jewish immigrant Nathan Handwerker who had only just arrived from Poland a few years earlier. Founded with just $300 dollars of h ...
Bagels N' Greens
7AM to 5Pm
Beth Din Tzedek - Congregation Kahal Minchas Chinuch Tartikov (Tartikover Rav) Babad
Cypress Hills Cemetery
On the border between Queens and Brooklyn, this cemetery contains the remains of several notable New York Jews. Two of the oldest Jewish congregations in New York, the Sephardic Shearith Israel and th ...
Erasmus Hall High School
The first Secondary School chartered by New York State was built on land donated by the Dutch Reformed Church, which still stands across the street. The original Academy, built in 1787, has served stu ...
The Bagel Cafe
6:30 am - 7pm
Kehila Kashrus Brooklyn
Ebbets Field Apartments
Developed by Jewish land developer Marvin Kratter in the 1960s, this cluster of high-rise residences stands atop the site of Ebbets Field, home of the Brooklyn Dodgers for 45 years. The beloved baseba ...
One of the oldest Jewish cemeteries in Brooklyn, sanctified in 1861, the Washington Cemetery is the resting home to a diverse group of historic characters. Jewish gangsters Abe Axler and Big Jack Zeli ...
Back to Nature
10 AM TO 10:30 Pm
(718) 339-0273, (718) 336-6207
Vaad Harabbanim of Flatbush
Sun & Legal Holidays 12 PM - 10 PM, Mon-Thurs 7:30 AM - 10:30PM, Fri 7:30 AM - 2:45 PM, Sat One Hour After Shabbos - Midnight
K'hal Chizuk Hadas of Flatbush (Rabbi Gornish)
Former Home of Woody Allen
Born Allan Stewart Konigsberg, the young comedian began writing gags under the name Woody Allen while still attending Midwood High School and living in this apartment building on Avenue K. His on-stag ...
4814 13th Ave (Bet. 48 and 49 st), Brooklyn, NY, United States of America, 11219-3111 - Map - StreetView
(718) 851-1759, (718) 972-1439
Va'ad Harabonim of Boro Park and Khal Adas Yeshuri
On the highest point of Sunset Park, with panoramic views of Brooklyn and the New York Harbor, Greenwood Cemetery is the resting place of Brooklyn’s most famous residents. The 478 rolling acres of G ...
Brooklyn Museum of Art
With the natural beauty of Prospect Park as a backdrop, the classical grandeur of the Brooklyn Museum frames a suitable home for one of the oldest museums in the USA. Formed in 1823 in Brooklyn Height ...
Sun-Thu 9:00am-1:00am, Fri 9:00am-two hours before Shabbos, Saturday one hour after shabbos to 2:00am
OK Kosher Certification (OK), Organized Kashrus Laboratories (Circle-K)
Jewish Children’s Museum
Housed in a state of the art building adjacent to the Lubavitcher headquarters, the Jewish Children’s Museum is a creation of an organization called the Tzivos Hashem , an organization for creative ...
Former Eastern District High School
Now the High School for Legal Studies, the Eastern District High School was the secondary school of choice for the neighborhood’s teenagers from 1895 to 1994. Perhaps the most famous student was Bar ...