Cobble Hill is one of Brooklyn's oldest neighborhoods—a fact that's clear when you walk among the historic buildings and stately brownstones that line the streets. The restaurants here reflect the melting pot history of the neighborhood, with offerings from all over the world. Though Cobble Hill is largely residential, you'll find a booming nightlife on Court Street and Atlantic Avenue. Smith Street is home to Cobble Hill's restaurant row.
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