With Jamaican, Caribbean, Pakistani, African-American and Latino communities, Flatbush is one of NYC’s most diverse neighborhoods. Known for its busy commercial district, the area also features quaint, quiet streets lined with Victorian mansions – especially in adjacent Ditmas Park – and landmarks like the Flatbush Reformed Church, whose current building was constructed in the late 18th century. The neighborhood lies just south of Brooklyn’s Prospect Park, home to the Brooklyn Museum and Brooklyn Botanic Gardens as well as a wealth of restaurants celebrating the various food cultures of the area ethnicities. 

RESTAURANTS & BARS IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD


AMERICAN


The Castello Plan 
1213 Cortelyou Road 
thecastelloplan.com

The Farm on Adderley
1108 Cortelyou Road 
thefarmonadderley.com

Sycamore (BAR)
1118 Cortelyou Road 
sycamorebrooklyn.com


AUSTRIAN


Werkstatt 
509 Coney Island Avenue 
werkstattbrooklyn.com


CARIBBEAN


Aunts et Uncles
1407 Nostrand Avenue
auntsetuncles.com

Caribbean Social
847 Flatbush Ave
caribbeansocial.suedenyc.com

MangoSeed 
757 Flatbush Avenue 
mangoseedbrooklyn.com


FRENCH


Risbo Restaurant
701 Flatbush Avenue
risbobk.com


JAPANESE


Koko Ramen
1502 Cortelyou Road
manchegokoko.com

Kumo Sushi
1406 Cortelyou Road 
kumosushionline.com


LATIN AMERICAN


La Puerta Roja
1120 Cortelyou Road 
La Puerta Roja Restaurant


MEDITERRANEAN


Atlas Steakhouse
943 Coney Island Avenue 
atlassteak.com

Mimi’s Hummus
1209 Cortelyou Road 
mimishummus.com


MEXICAN


Don Patron Bar & Grill 
1217 Church Avenue 
donpatronbrooklyn.com

Los Tres Chiflados 
1046 Flatbush Avenue 
lostreschiflados.com


TAPAS


Manchego 
1502 Cortelyou Road 
manchegokoko.com


THAI

Am Thai

1003 Church Avenue 
amthaibistro.com

Corthaiyou
1310 Cortelyou Road 
corthaiyou.com

A map of Kings Theatre in Flatbush