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About East Flatbush

As more people move to Brooklyn, East Flatbush is becoming one of Brooklyn's most exciting neighborhoods. Packed within the district is a wide culture of people from different backgrounds, whether it be the prominent Caribbean population, the West Indian population, or the amount of artists populating the area from all over. There is also an incredible amount of New York City history contained in the area, with a good number of historical sites from the early and mid 20th century still standing. For example, the Wyckoff Family Museum was built in 1652, making it not just the oldest building in East Flatbush, but NYC in general. The home is still remarkably well-maintained in modern times, giving residents and visitors a compelling glimpse into what life was like before the American Revolution.

Those who are looking to eat some of the most notable food in the area are able to indulge in a number of Caribbean restaurants, all sporting their own unique take on classic dishes. Among these restaurants is Bajan Caf, a restaurant that is referred to as a golden example among NYC foodies for one of the city's best places to eat.

On top of the rich culinary and historical precedent in East Flatbush is the artistic scene, an aspect of the neighborhood that is just as thriving as it's always been. Within the artistic scene, you'll find a myriad of different songwriters, rappers, artists, and filmmakers, constantly showing off their work in individual shows and exhibitions. No matter what day of the week it is, you'll be sure to find something going on, with many people attending regardless of the location. This has resulted in the neighborhood benefitting from one of the most vibrant art scenes in all of NYC, making this area a true must for those looking for something unique.