From pumpkin flavored treats to Halloween activities, here are 8 Brooklyn ways to celebrate Fall.
Eat Pumpkin Pie Cheesecake at Junior’s.
Junior’s Pumpkin Pie Cheesecake is made of a layer of fresh pumpkin puree, Junior’s Original New York cheesecake & pumpkin mousse on a graham cracker crust. YES PLEASE!
Get spooked at the 78th Precinct Haunted House.
New York’s Finest set up a haunted house for neighborhood kids in Brooklyn as a way to connect with the community. Stop by the precinct at 65 Sixth Ave. in Prospect Heights on Oct. 25-30 from 3 to 9 p.m.
Drink hot chocolate at The Chocolate Room.
Nothing says Fall like a warm cup of hot chocolate. And the best hot chocolate in Brooklyn is, hands down, the Belgian hot chocolate from The Chocolate Room. They have two great locations in the borough – Park Slope and Cobble Hill.
Enjoy seasonal beer at Brooklyn Brewery.
It’s pumpkin season at the Brooklyn Brewery. What better way to enjoy a Fall evening than with their pumpkin ale?
Have a ball at the Prospect Park Haunted Walk and Fair.
Hang with zombies, werewolves and witches on a haunted walk through the park on Saturday, Oct. 24, from 12-3PM.
Taste specialty Halloween chocolate at Jacques Torres.
These limited edition Halloween bonbons are not only delicious, they’ll also send shivers down your spine.
Go to the Halloween Harvest at Luna Park.
A host of spooktacular family with face painting, pony rides and a pumpkin patch going on now through October 29.
Go for a walk and see the colors of Fall.
Central Park in the Fall? FUHGETTABOUDIT!
Brooklyn is the place to be.