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Dumbo, an acronym for Down Under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass, is a neighborhood in the New York City borough of Brooklyn. It encompasses two sections: one located between the Manhattan and Brooklyn Bridges, which connect Brooklyn to Manhattan...more
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We go to Dumbo monthly (at least) and go for a walk. It is a lovely place to take in the views and get a bite to eat at the Time Out food court on the waterfront. The upstairs area has stunning views (no entrance...More
Dumbo is a very picturesque area of Brooklyn. Absolutely beautiful place to visit. There’s a street that is very popular to photograph that attracts a crazy amount people. With the exception of that particular crowded street, Dumbo is a slower paced, more family oriented area...More
Definitely worth a visit - especially if you want some of the best skyline views of the city! And if you take the ferry, you get the added bonus of being on the water - reminding you that Manhattan is an island!
Despite being originally from Brooklyn, I'd next to no familiarity with DUMBO, with my images of the area being from my childhood of the 1970s and 1980s, when it was not the gentrified area it is today. My daughter and I were in NYC for...More
As a destination its a bunch of (not inexpensive) shops and eateries that draws tourists. If you are not shopping nor hungry just walk the river front, sit and watch the waterfront, look at the bridges, find the carousel, and take the ferry across to...More
My wife and started our visit by shopping at the Brooklyn Flea Market, there were many vendors with reasonably priced self created/repurposed/antique things for sale and very delicious doughnuts!
A couple blocks up from the Market was the wonderful view of the Manhattan Bridge, this...More