Kiddie Day!

Henry Norman Hotel


At egg they cover the tables with white paper and provide you with crayons so you can write, doodle, draw on it. This is a great way to pass the time while you wait for your food and can keep your child preoccupied as well! Address: 109 North 3rd Street

Five leaves

Excellent Breakfast options even for the little ones!

Mccarren Park

McCarren Park has the Vincent V Abate Playground, picnic tables and grassy lawns, baseball and soccer fields, basketball and handball courts, a running track, a skatepark and a recently renovated Olympic-size pool and play center.

WNYC Transmitter Park

Enjoy the great views of Lower Manhattan at the waterfront Transmitter Park.

Msgr. McGolrick Park


There is drop-in indoor playground, which features play sets with slides and stairs, small tables and chairs, riders, and a wide range of engaging toys and pretend stations. There's also a separate area for babies and toddlers where they can crawl around without worrying about getting tramped by the "big" kids. PLAY's signature wall mural, which depicts a colorful Brooklyn street with whimsical elements like giant animals, is still there, too. $20 per child $10 per sibling Address: 33 Nassau Avenue


Klub4Kidz has a 4-tier indoor playground with a many tubes that twist and twirl that children can crawl through and explore. Children can climb up a ramp, cross web bridges, soar on our zip line at the top of our structure and speed down one of the three slides to start all over again! Kids can dance, play video games and board games or color in our Party Room when it’s open, and younger ones can play in our Toddler Room! They also have a Rockwall that opens up at 3pm for children over 3. $20 per child * Siblings under 12 months are free with paid sibling. Address: 159 North 4th Street

Bushwick Inlet Park

Bushwick inlet park is a waterfront park that has a field for soccer, football, lacrosse, field hockey, rugby, and ultimate frisbee, a green building with a green roof, a viewing platform, playground and public access to the waterfront.

Brooklyn Children's Museum

If you want to venture out of green point and williamburg try the Brooklyn Children's Museum, founded in 1899, is the world's first museum for kids. Visitors to the museum can get Together in the City, the exhibit about living, working, and playing together in a diverse city like New York. The pizza parlor where kids bake pizza, serve it to friends, and operate the cash register is always a favorite spot. Experience the Totally Tots exhibit, especially for kids under 5, or head straight to the Animal Outpost to touch some of the live animals. Visit BCM and enjoy these exhibits, plus special programs and performances. Normal Entry Price: Adult $9.00 Normal Entry Price: Child $9.00 Address: 145 Brooklyn Avenue (Crown Heights)

Kiddie Day!

Coney Island

Spend a day in Coney Island. You can either take a stroll with your child on the boardwalk, go to the beach or go to Luna Park where they can get on rides, and play games. Luna Park has rides from thrill seekers to families. Address: 1000 Surf Avenue

Word bookstore

Enjoy monthly art and writing sessions for kids at WORD bookstore. You can enjoy a nice calm reading session with your child.

Greenpoint Toy Center

They have a great selection of toys and small sporting goods for children. From junior makeup kits, jewelry kits, sticker books, greeting cards, action figures, Legos, fun learning games, dolls, barbies, board games, etc.. You name it and this place carries it. Family owned and operated.

The Burger Guru

The burger Guru offers you a lengthly menu of different topping and combinations for their organic burgers. They also supply you with crayons and paper for your child to draw on while they wait for the food.

Paulie Gee's

This is a wonderful place that serves up fantastic wood-fired pies and menus with lots of options; you can find a pizza to please anyone. There are also plenty of vegan, gluten free and vegetarian options here as well.