The Brooklyn Firefly

7003 3rd Ave

Artisanal pizza in a venue that doubles as an art space. Jazz, soul and blues fill the air in this joint that serves as a hub for locals and visitors alike.


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Bay Ridge Description

The Brooklyn Firefly is located in the Bay Ridge neighborhood of Manhattan. Not surprisingly, Bay Ridge is situated at the southwest corner of Brooklyn, overlooking the Verrazano Narrows that shelter New York Harbor and the Upper & Lower New York Bays. Predominantly a middle-class, residential neighborhood, the area is steeped in the sort of ethnic diversity that makes Brooklyn far more colorful overall than its flashier neighbor, Manhattan. Bay Ridge used to share a naming scheme with Red Hook, until an outbreak of yellow fever among Dutch settlers made the name "Yellow Hook" a little less than savory. The area is home to several beautiful public parks and recreational hot-spot the 69th Pier.

Info

7003 3rd Ave
Bay Ridge, Brooklym, NY 11209
(718) 833-5000
Website

Editorial Rating

Category

Pizza

Price

$$$$$

Ambience

Casual

Nearby Subway

  • to Bay Ridge Avenue

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