Converted industrial space on 9th Street in Gowanus, GL&G is is located nearby the Smith 9th St station, and its F and G trains. The area is flowing with myriad dining options, Whole Foods on 3rd St and 3rd Ave offers a full range of high-quality natural and organic foods including a vast assortment of locally sourced offerings from some of Brooklyn and the tri-state area’s most highly-regarded local artisans. To a busy office, Whole Foods’ online delivery of groceries and snacks may be the grocer's biggest draw. Explore your own spots for a pleasant and relaxing time right at 3rd Avenue - Lowlands or Canal Bar, coffee shops and simple industrial vistas are sure to please. Just a short walk to the F train Station at Smith 9th Street will get you to Manhattan in minutes.
Where to Dine in Gowanus?1.Bar Tano, 457 3rd Ave.
(between 9th St & 8th St) (718) 499-3400
2.Little Neck 288 3rd Ave.
(between President St & 4th Ave) (718) 522-1921
3.Monte's Italian Restaurant.
A vestige of its former self, but one of the oldest restaurants in the area.
4.Dinosaur BBQ (a chain restaurant),
604 Union St, off 4th Ave., (347) 429-7030
5.Fletchers BBQ, 433 Third Avenue.
6.South Brooklyn Pizza, 63 4th Ave.
(between Bergen St & Dean St) (718) 399-7770e Pines, 284 3rd Ave. (between President St & 4th Ave) (718) 596-6560
7.Whole Foods ( 214 3rd Street )
Where to Drink in Gowanus?8.Lowlands Bar, 543 3rd Ave.
(between 13th St & 7th Ave) (347) 463-9458
9.Canal Bar, 270 3rd Ave.
10.Lavendar Lake Pub, 383 Carroll St.
(at Bond St), (347) 799-2154
11.Whole Foods upstairs cafe
serves beer and sandwiches, food