This coveted area of Brooklyn is named after the large, leafy gardens that grace its brownstone townhouses, which give the neighborhood a unique, almost pastoral character. From the 19th to the mid-20th century, the population was largely one of Irish and Italian immigrants. The neighborhood was gentrified in the 1990s, yet it has kept its distinctly European roots. Hipster bars, cafés, restaurants, and boutiques have replaced most of the delis, supermarkets, butchers, and social clubs of Old Brooklyn, and due to the large number of French-born residents, it’s been dubbed New York City’s “Little Paris.”
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