One- or Two-Night Stay in a Room or Suite at Pointe Plaza Hotel Including Dinner for Two in Brooklyn
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Pointe Plaza Hotel
Loft-Style Suites with Kosher Amenities in Hip Brooklyn Neighborhood Old industrial warehouses and luxury high-rises mingle along the East River in Brooklyn, the site of the Williamsburg neighborhood. Once an epicenter of NYC counterculture, this waterfront area is now a trendy landing spot for wealthy Manhattan transplants as well as for young bohemians. Despite the area's rapid evolution, various ethnic communities, including a long-standing Hasidic Jewish community, have kept their roots firmly planted in the area. Pointe Plaza Hotel speaks to Williamsburg's eclectic character; in addition to upscale accommodations, the hotel features an array of kosher amenities. The hotel's modest four-story façade belies its stylish contemporary interior. In standard rooms, large bedroom windows and modern bathrooms with tubs lend to a relaxing atmosphere. Alternatively, you can settle into the suite accommodations, which feature high ceilings and a spacious floor plan that manages to squeeze in a separate living room, a kitchenette with a dining area, and a local post-office branch. Dinner at Cu 29 Copper Bar and Grill Wander about a mile and a half north on Bedford Avenue, the longest street in Brooklyn, and you'll find Cu 29 Copper Bar and Grill . A wood-burning oven cooks Neapolitan-style pizzas in the middle of this restaurant, whose menu mixes up Italian and Latin flavors. Settle in amid its exposed brick and bronze-colored interiors to dine on anything from shrimp linguini to churrasco skirt steak. With this deal, you'll get a voucher for dinner at Cu 29 Copper, including an appetizer and two entrees of your choice. Complement any dish with two glasses of house wine . Williamsburg, Brooklyn: Artsy, Culturally Diverse Neighborhood Williamsburg is one of the northernmost neighborhoods in Brooklyn, located directly across the river from Lower Manhattan. Once an industrial sector—manufacturing moguls such as Domino Sugar and Pfizer set up operations here—the neighborhood became a residential center after the construction of the Williamsburg Bridge in 1903, quickly attracting a number of ethnic communities and a thriving arts scene. Now, the streets feature a mixture of dimly lit cafés, vintage boutiques, and trendsetting Tudor doghouses. Read the Fine Print for important info on travel dates and other restrictions.