Art Mural in Red Hook New York City

Creative Spirit: What to do in Red Hook NYC! Crafty Distilleries, Cocktails, and Artisan Goods

What is there to do in Red Hook New York City? A lot as it turns out. We headed across the river to the Red Hook neighborhood of Brooklyn and found ourselves enjoying craft cocktails, learning the distillery process at two distilleriess, and eating amazing food in this artsy community where artisan goods abound.
1. Fried Pork Chop And Cheddar Waffle
Buttermilk Channel New York City Buttermilk Channel New York City
Brunch at Butter Milk Channel = Amazing... technically this is outside of Red Hook, but we took the subway to this point to grab brunch here before walking to Red Hook.
2. Creative Craft Distilleries
Cacao Prieto Distillery and Chocolatier Red Hook New York City Cacao Prieto Distillery and Chocolatier Red Hook New York City
Van Brunt Stillhouse Distillery Red Hook New York City Van Brunt Stillhouse Distillery Red Hook New York City
Samples at Van Brunt Stillhouse Red Hook New York City
Tour Van Brunt Stillhouse to witness the distilling process and try a few rums and whiskeys, then stop in Cacao Prieto to taste a selection of spirits distilled on site using New York grown grain.
3. Chocolate!
Cacao Prieto Distillery and Chocolatier Red Hook New York City
Offering a wide variety of chocolate in addition to their spirits Cacao Prieto is a must stop
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TRAVLGUIDE: Get the Gist

Eat:

Buttermilk Channel - 524 Court St, Brooklyn, NY

Steve's Key Lime Pies - 185 Van Dyke Street, Brooklyn, NY

Drink:

Fort Defiance - 365 Van Brunt St, Brooklyn, NY

Brooklyn Crab - 24 Reed St, Brooklyn, NY

Van Brunt Stillhouse - 6 Bay St, Brooklyn, NY

Cacao Prieto - 218 Conover St, New York, NY

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