Fort Greene used to be a strictly residential Brooklyn neighborhood, but more and more popular New York restaurants are popping up in the area. Most of the action is on the outskirts of the neighborhood, on DeKalb and Myrtle Avenues, and around the Atlantic Terminal Mall and Barclay's Center. You only have to go a few blocks from these busy streets to find serenity in Fort Greene Park. Around the park, dining options are limited to the occasional coffee shop among brownstones, but in the more commercial parts of the neighborhood, you'll find bars for every crowd and lots of new and hip New York restaurants.
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