Named after the bay that separates this south Brooklyn neighborhood from the coastal communities of Coney Island and Brighton Beach, Sheepshead Bay is home to a unique mixture of ethnic enclaves you may not find anywhere else in New York. Turks, Armenians, Eastern Europeans, and Central Asians all live together here, making for a melting pot of cuisine that’s sure to satisfy every taste preference.
Of course, like any Brooklyn neighborhood, there are also plenty of Italian-American establishments, some that have served customers for over a century.
Hope on the Q train to this family-friendly community for a waterfront dining experience.
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