From the well-known breeder hot spot of Park Slope to the hipster hood of Williamsburg that more and more babies (clad in skinny jeans of course) are calling home, Brooklyn boasts some of NYC’s finest family neighborhoods. Read on to discover the borough’s coolest parks, stores, restaurants, play spaces and attractions that’ll make taking your brood on the subway well worth it.

Park Slope

Quite possibly the most family-friendly neighborhood in all of New York City, Park Slope has taken the crown as New York Magazine's number one most livable New York neighborhood and earned a spot on Money magazine's top ten list of Big-City Neighborhoods in recent years. Take our tour to nosh on French-Hungarian fare at Café Dada, whose kid menu includes a Happy Face Sandwich, shop an awesome independent toy store Norman & Jules and play in a one-of-a-kind natural playground.

Read Red Tricycle's Guide to Park Slope

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–Julie Seguss