A new Japanese fusion concept has made its way to Brooklyn: Kinjo. Offering the best of western and eastern cuisines, Kinjo provides sushi and other Asian cuisine restaurant items that, by themselves, make Brooklyn a destination location.
Of course, there's more than one reason to visit Brooklyn. Here are a few Brooklyn sites to check out before you come to Kinjo, the best Japanese restaurant in Brooklyn, for sushi and Asian fusion cuisine:
- Brooklyn Bridge Park: This must-see spot in New York City was described on TripAdvisor.com as the “best view of Manhattan” and was the winner of the Travelers' Choice 2014 Winner. City parking is available near Pier 2, and the entire park itself is a short walk where every step offers a tremendous view of Manhattan, and the bridge's underbelly.
- The Brooklyn Botanic Garden: A little bit off the beaten-path compared to the Brooklyn Bridge Park, the Brooklyn Botanic Gardens are considered the most gorgeous in any of the five boroughs. For those perhaps looking for a more enlightening cultural experience, the well-kept grounds of the Brooklyn Botanic Garden are a must-see.
- Prospect Park: The largest park in Brooklyn, and home to the first leg of the Brooklyn half-marathon, Prospect Park offers an escape from city-life in the same vein as Manhattan's Central Park. Unlike its Manhattan-counterpart, however, Prospect Park is typically less “touristy,” and as a result, can be much more relaxing for residents and visitors alike.
Naturally, walking around the beautiful borough of Brooklyn is going to work up an appetite. When you're done, be sure to come fill your stomach with the best sushi dinner in Brooklyn. Call Kinjo today to make a reservation at (718) 643-1400.