Downtown Brooklyn & Waterfront

Deity Brooklyn Wedding & Event Venue is centrally located in one of the most exciting parts of New York City. Here a quick guide of what to visit when staying in Downtown Brooklyn and Waterfront for a Deity Wedding or Event! All of these places are within walking distance of the venue or your hotel.

Brooklyn Bridge Park

Brooklyn Bridge Park is a world-class waterfront park with rolling hills, riverfront promenades, lush gardens, and spectacular city views. Our list of amenities continues to grow as we work each day to revitalize this previously deteriorated industrial space and build a park that allows New Yorkers to rediscover the waterfront.

Restaurants not to miss on the park:


Pilot is a seasonal oyster bar aboard one of America’s most prized wooden schooners. Showcasing sustainably harvested oysters and nautically inspired cocktails, Pilot presents a concise menu of ingredient-driven seasonal plates by nationally acclaimed chef, Kerry Heffernan. Over the course of Pilot’s nearly 100 year history, she’s led many lives: as a contender to be the fastest sailboat in the world, as the country’s longest serving pilot ship, as a ferry for soldiers in World War II, and as a research vessel that circumnavigated the world twice.

Harriet’s Rooftop: 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge 

Harriet’s Rooftop is a beautiful open aired rooftop bar with unparalleled views of Lower Manhattan and the Brooklyn Bridge. Join us for craft cocktails, light bites and endless sunset views.


On your walk down Atlantic Ave to the park, there are some chic cocktail bars to hit before your night out:

Elsa Bar

Elsa Bar: Feminist craft cocktails. And bathroom decor not to be missed!


The Long Island Bar

The Long Island Bar:  Check out this retro renovation for your pre-night-out drinks!



What not to miss in DUMBO:

Jane’s Carousel

Empire Stores

The Gateway to Brooklyn: A modern urban marketplace located in a revitalized pre-Civil War era coffee warehouse along the Brooklyn waterfront neighborhood of Dumbo, Empire Stores attracts natives and newcomers alike with gastronomical delights, well-curated retail shops, and a rooftop beer garden with views of the New York Harbor and cityscape that make it a destination in its own right.

Featuring two amazing, waterfront restaurants:


With waterfront views of the Manhattan Skyline, Cecconi’s Dumbo is a modern day classic Italian restaurant open for lunch, cicchetti, and dinner, as well as weekend brunch. Located in Brooklyn Bridge Park, this elegant and upscale restaurant serves high end cuisine and is open seven days a week.

Cecconi’s Dumbo NYC serves hand-made pasta, seafood and dishes from Italy using the finest ingredients. In addition to the flagship restaurant in Mayfair, London, Cecconi’s has outposts in West Hollywood, Miami, Istanbul, Barcelona, Berlin and in The Ned, London.

Sugarcane raw bar grill

Whether in the heart of Miami’s Design District, on the buzzy Restaurant Row at The Venetian Las Vegas or perched under the Brooklyn Bridge on the Dumbo waterfront, SUGARCANE raw bar grill represents an escape from your daily life: a place that’s warm, welcoming, and unique in both its spirit and soul. Embarking on a quest to celebrate the simple pleasures in life – eating well and celebrating with friends – we focus on the “shared experience” that comes together with our globally inspired menu of sushi, small and large plates, handmade artisan cocktails, a robust rum offering, and energetic yet laid-back ambiance.


Dekalb Market- Downtown Brooklyn

You’re in trouble. Look, you’re going to take an escalator downstairs and enter a land unlike any other in Brooklyn. Some might call it the Disneyland of food. Neon signs add a jolt of Las Vegas. But that’s not where you’ll find trouble. The trouble comes when you have to decide what to eat.

But that’s the beauty of the new DeKalb Market Hall at City Point. You don’t have to choose. You can simply taste your way into oblivion and out of bathing-suit season.With 40 diverse vendors, Brooklyn’s largest food hall.

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