Brooklyn Grange; Rooftop Farming

We know trees grow in Brooklyn and now a full working farm has grown. Brooklyn Grange, is the future of lower cost food, and local fresh eating. Starting about 5 years ago rooftop farms made their introduction into the world and now have spread world-wide in cities including Hong Kong, Amsterdam, Tokyo, Singapore and more. We paid a visit to the Brooklyn Navy Yard, home … Continue reading Brooklyn Grange; Rooftop Farming

12 Hours in Coney Island

Coney Island was first up and running in the late 1800’s and has been a tourist attraction as well as a friendly greeting for immigrants arriving when the Coney Island Elephant was introduced. Now there are various rides, arcade games, aquarium, baseball, beach, and much more. The Haus team went and spent a full day trying out everything it has to offer. This weekend Coney … Continue reading 12 Hours in Coney Island

Where to shop; Williamsburg, Brooklyn

Williamsburg is quickly becoming the go to place for shopping in the New York City region. Get off at the Bedford Ave subway platform and become surrounded by boutiques. In between shopping you can enjoy the street art, performers, local coffee shops, and beautiful skyline from various rooftops or the harbor. Here are a couple noteworthy shops we found exploring the city; Kinfolk Shop (photo … Continue reading Where to shop; Williamsburg, Brooklyn

Where to Eat; Williamsburg, Brooklyn

Ever since the weather became warmer out here on the west coast, Williamsburg Brooklyn, or how some locals might call it Willyburg offers great casual, high end, or international dining options. The Haus team found it within their stomachs to try out some of the most talked about places to give you our top three spots at the moment. We still have a lot to … Continue reading Where to Eat; Williamsburg, Brooklyn