Each plate-size piece is loaded with cheese and can be completely covered in toppings. That’s what makes these pies authentically Brooklyn, insists Armondo’s owner John Darpa: no skimping on ingredients.
Located on Paerdegat Basin near to Jamaica Bay, this membership club allows canoeists, kayakers, sailors and rowers to store their boats and learn new skills. Sebago has been operating for 75 years and also offers community programs including weekly open paddle sessions, biweekly kayak trips on the bay, and sailing regattas.
Caribbean Restaurant in Brooklyn, NY, United States
Another establishment reflecting the Caribbean culture of Canarsie, Bamboo Garden opens late into the night on weekends for those who want to grab a late-night drink or dine on Guyanese-style Chinese food.
Cocktails are served up alongside Caribbean fare that blends American and Italian flavors into some dishes at this popular chili spot. The happy hour offers $6 rum punches, $5 margaritas and $3 beers, Monday-Saturday from 4-8 p.m.
American Restaurant in Brooklyn, NY, United States
This Canarsie staple allows families to indulge in omelets of all kinds, Belgian waffles, French toast and pancakes for breakfast. Burgers, gyros, wraps and parmesan are favored lunch and dinner dishes.