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Located amidst Japanese and Chinese shops and restaurants, the Kings Hotel Brooklyn is a fine place for day visitors to use as a base, with great dining venues within walking distance, and a zoo, garden, park, and art galleries nearby.
Dining Delights – Fans of Asian food are well-catered for, with three top restaurants all close at hand. Asea Fusion serves Japanese fare, including sushi and teriyaki, whilst Chen’s Garden and Great Dragon Chinese Restaurant cooks Chinese cuisine. If you prefer other culinary styles, there’s also Zona Sur Bar Bistro, an American establishment, Salvadorian food from Gran Villa, and Turkish treats from Kofte Piyaz.
Park Life – Prospect Park is a great green space to escape from the urban jungle. Featuring a lake and carousel, the park is also home to a small, child-friendly zoo, where more than 125 exotic residents await you. Adjacent to the park is Brooklyn Botanic Garden, an expansive, verdant site that includes a Japanese garden and hosts an annual Cherry Blossom Festival.
Art Galleries – Brooklyn Museum exhibits art both ancient and modern and is big enough to spend hours wandering the galleries and admiring artistic endeavor. Connoisseurs of art can also check out the Tabla Rasa Gallery, which showcases contemporary American artwork in a variety of media, including painting, sculpture, and photography, and the Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Arts.
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