Constructed soon after the Civil War, the Empire Stores are a remnant of Brooklyn’s notable waterfront, which once upheld 3 miles of block stockrooms stacked with espresso, sugar, and tobacco. Holding its unique structure and highlights, it’s been restored as an upscale center point of trade and culture across 360,000 sq ft. Break’s stylish food showcase, complete with avocado toast, Mexican combination, and Michelin-star ramen, is the feature; head to the fifth floor for surprising perspectives and in the open-air tables.

Bleeding edge theater St Ann’s Warehouse is abutting and there’s a little Brooklyn Historical Society gallery investigating the precinct’s relationship with the ocean.

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