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Henry Street Wines & Liquors
494 Henry St, Brooklyn, NY 11231
Henry Street Wines and Liquors is a small, immaculate, well-stocked store on Henry Street,  just down the streetMore from Met Foods. Established in 1986, it is a specialist in fine wines and can help you pair the "right" wine for the food and occasion.
Henry's Express
333 Henry St, Brooklyn, NY 11201
Henry's Express is open early seven days a week, serving an array of reasonably-priced items from breakfast sandwichesMore and omelets to Philly cheese steak heroes and meat loaf. Coffee and hot chocolate are made fresh and large fridges are stocked with juices and sodas. Free delivery and catering services are available. Henry's Express is located next door to Hibino, near the corner of Henry and Pacific streets.
Eminence Cleaners
389 Henry St, Brooklyn, NY 11201
Eminence Cleaners is an independent drop-off dry cleaning business situated on the quiet, mostly residential HenryMore Street. The small shop opened in 2005, and in addition to dry cleaning, offers wash-dry-fold services as well as tailoring, alterations and garment repair. Eminence also services non-garment items such as rugs, blankets, curtains and drapes.
The Brooklyn School for Collaborative Studies
610 Henry St, Brooklyn, NY 11231
The Brooklyn School for Collaborative Studies shares a home on Henry Street in Carroll Gardens with PS 146, the BrooklynMore New School. BCS educates children in grades 6 - 12 and is an expeditionary learning school.
P.S. 146, The Brooklyn New School/The Brooklyn School for Collab
610 Henry St, Brooklyn, NY 11231
At the end of Henry Street in Carroll Gardens is a large brick school undergoing exterior repairs. Inside, there isMore still much learning going on. This location is actually home to two schools: P.S. 146, the Brooklyn New School, for grades pre-K through 5; and the Brooklyn School for Collaborative Studies, for grades 6 through 12.
Chan's Golden City Restaurant
402 Henry St, Brooklyn, NY 11201
Located on a mostly residential stretch of Henry Street, Chan's Golden City does a brisk takeout business.More Although a small restaurant with only one table, it features an extensive menu of familiar Chinese dishes. A lunch special offers entrees with side orders, such as soup or an egg roll, until 4pm. There is an ATM around the corner on Baltic Street, as only cash is accepted.
Animal Healing Arts of Carroll Gardens
577 Henry St, Brooklyn, NY 11231
Located on Henry Street between Carroll and Summit street, Animal Healing Arts offers an array of veterinary services.More These include vaccinations, dental work, flea and tick removal, skin treatment, X-rays, blood testing, acupuncture and surgery. The clinic also stocks medicine and other supplies that are available for purchase. The clinic requests that pet owners have dogs on leashes and cats in carriers upon arrival.
Burlap
385 Henry St, Brooklyn, NY 11201
Key words for this Henry Street boutique are "everything" and "flexibility."  Not only will you find a little bitMore of everything here, but the owner is willing to open up shop after hours so you can get what you need.  Come here for art books, scented candles, yoga mats, cologne, as well as men's, women's and children's clothing. Featured brands include, Lacoste, Calvin Klein, American Vintage, Santa Maria Novella and Moleskine.  Visit the official website for more detailed information. 
Lucali
575 Henry St, Brooklyn, NY 11231
This big-windowed former candy store on Henry Street is now a restaurant that does just one thing, serving pizzas andMore calzones for dinner. Come here in the evenings, six days a week, for thin crusts and fresh toppings, because the doors close when the produce runs out. An open kitchen means you can watch the chef work while you wait for your food. Remember to bring cash, as Lucali does not accept credit cards.
Hibino
333 Henry St, Brooklyn, NY 11201
On the corner of Pacific and Henry Streets, Hibino is a restaurant specializing in Japanese cuisine.  Open forMore lunch and dinner, Hibino's menus feature homemade tofu, Kyoto-style obanzai (Japanese tapas) and sushi in both traditional and contemporary styles.  Wine, beer and sake are also available.  Clean interior design and soft lighting make for a romantic, elegant ambiance.  Take out is also available.  Visit the official website for photos, menus and other information.
New Island Deli Grocery
121 Atlantic Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11201
On the corner of Atlantic Avenue and Henry Street, New Island Deli carries a wide array of beer, snacks and soda. TheyMore also carry sundry items like batteries, toilet paper and household cleaners. There's an ATM inside but they accept most major credit cards.    
The Atlantic Chip Shop
129 Atlantic Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11201
This bar, located on Atlantic Avenue between Henry and Clinton Streets, is a British oasis. Patrons can stop by for aMore menu featuring battered cod and chips, battered haddock and chips, steak and kidney pie, shepherd's pies and a host of draught English, Irish and Scottish ales, stouts and lagers. Live Rugby matches are regularly featured on the bar's TV and free delivery is available.
Orthopedic Arts
141 Atlantic Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11201
Orthopedic Arts is a clinic on Atlantic Avenue between Clinton and Henry streets that specializes in orthopedicMore hardware. Clinical director Stephan R. Manucharian offers state-of-the-art and custom-fit braces, orthotics and prostheses. Visit the website for more information on Mr. Manucharian and the services provided by Orthopedic Arts. Appointments can be scheduled via telephone.
New York City 76th Precinct
191 Union St, Brooklyn, NY 11231
The 76th Precinct station is centrally located on Union and Henry Street in Carroll Gardens. The Precinct CommunityMore Council meets the first Tuesday of every month at 7:30.