Urban legend tells that this Japanese house in Flatbush-Ditmas Park was built especially for the Japanese Ambassador, and it was
Banksy's latest piece, depicting a businessman chasing a line of people, was spotted in Ditmas-Park on Coney Island Avenue and Avenue I. See photos here:
Although farm to table dining seems impossible in the urban jungle that is New York City, many restaurants still find a way to locally source their menus.
Hop the Q train south to Flatbush-Ditmas Park and you’d be forgiven for wondering if you may have somehow missed your stop by a few a hundred miles or so.
Read about the history and locales of some of the lesser-known ethnic micro-neighborhoods that help make NYC the melting pot it is today in all five boroughs.
Cafe Tibet, a tiny restaurant at the Cortelyou subway stop in Ditmas Park, Brooklyn perches off a building atop the exposed platform and tracks below.