A Fit Day In Brooklyn
Henry Norman Hotel
Five Leaves describe their food as “simple Australian fare." One of the most rewarding things in life is a great meal after a good workout. Five Leaves definitely does not disappoint by giving you this. Five Leaves will deliver you with a Delicious, filling, and nutritious breakfast. Interesting Fact: "Heath Ledger was an original investor, and although he died before the restaurant opened, his estate continues as a principal."
Msgr. McGolrick Park CitiBikes
Citi Bikes are available 24/7, 365 days a year. Each station has a touchscreen kiosk, a map of the service area and surrounding neighborhood, and a docking system that releases bikes for rental with a card or key. You must be 16 or older to ride a Citi Bike. Purchase a 24-Hour or a 7-Day Access Pass. A $101 security hold will be placed on your card for every pass you purchase. Citi Bike seats are adjustable to fit a wide range of rider heights. Throw your bags into the front basket, strap it down, and you’re ready to go!
Get up and ride
If you want to enjoy an informative ride with a friendly local guide then Get Up and Ride is a great choice. Their guides will give you the best insider tips and recommendations for authentic, off the beaten path sites and also give you a walkie-talkie and headset that will keep you safe and informed during the ride. You will not only get a good workout but also learn more about our beautiful city. The Classic Bike Tour of Brooklyn is $89. It includes: **Bike Rental **Helmet (optional) **Walkie-Talkie CV Radio **Entrance to Brooklyn Grange Farm **Ticket to board the East River Ferry (excludes weekends) ::: You can also rent a bike from them: **Bike Rental (4 Hours - $25 or Full-Day $35) **Helmet (optional) and Lock **DOT Bike Map of NYC with recommendations! For Additional Information, please contact the front desk!
Greenpoint Fish & Lobster Co.
Greenpoint, Fish & Lobster Co serves up fresh seafood in deliciously shareable portions! Beyond the restaurant component, there's a retail fish market up front, where they sell sustainable (and mostly local) seafood, as well as a variety of prepared foods, spices, condiments, cookbooks, and salt-water taffies.
I would stay at: The Henry Norman Hotel
Surrounded by the flourishing film stages and production offices that have revolutionized and transformed Greenpoint’s industrial sector, the hotel is just down the street from the idyllic Msgr. McGolrick Park, perfect for strolling through its paved lanes, sitting on benches under its majestic grand trees, and taking photos in front of the historic bandstand and monument. The Henry Norman Hotel is part of an area that still holds a local community and small neighborhood allure. At the same time, it is less than a mile to North Williamsburg, which has transformed into one of the hippest and trend setting areas in all of New York City.