Elite Training and Fitness Studio 111 Union St, Brooklyn, NY11231 On Union Street between Columbia and Van Brunt, Elite Training and Fitness Studio offers a wide variety of programming…More designed to boost your physical and mental wellbeing. There's something for just about everyone, whether you're a kid who wants to learn yoga, a 30-something who'd like nutrition counseling or a senior wanting to stay in shape.
16 Handles 349 Court St, Brooklyn, NY11231 16 Handles allows customers to make their frozen yogurt the way they want. With 16 flavors to choose from, customers get…More to embellish their choice or choices with blueberries, kiwi, mango, strawberry and other toppings. Flavors include vanilla sky, birthday cake, coffee break, chocolate love affair, passion fruit tart and more.
Zen Center of New York City 500 State St, Brooklyn, NY11217 Zen Center of New York City, aka Fire Lotus Temple, is the New York City branch of Zen Mountain…More Monastery, the main house of the Mountains and Rivers Order. The center teaches Buddhists who want to practice at home. The center is open daily in order to encourage everyday practice.
Major Auto Plaza 212 3rd Ave, Brooklyn, NY11217 Major Auto Plaza has a selection of over 150 cars to choose from. If you don't see what you want, ask and they'll order…More it for you. It finances anyone with a job and service is what it sells. Warranties up to three years are offered on most cars.
Beagle and Potts Woodworking 267 Douglass St, Brooklyn, NY11217 Beagle and Potts Woodworking creates custom storage solutions for home and office and fine cabinetry for kitchens,…More bedrooms and libraries. It calls itself a full-service woodworking answer to "Where do we put our stuff?" The friendly and detail-oriented staff will design what you want, construct it, install it and guarantee it for life.
The Micro Museum 123 Smith St, Brooklyn, NY11201 The Micro Museum is a well-known entity in this part of Brooklyn. Home to the longest running kinetic sculpture in the…More New York area, it is open to the public only one day each week. The donation/admission is $2. The gallery displays artwork of conventional styles as well as those based on an industrial or engineering theme. For Brooklyn visitors who want a slice of culture, it is definitely worth a visit.