Mini Guide around Yoseka in Greenpoint

Mini Guide around Yoseka in Greenpoint

For the upcoming Traveler's September release, we work on a mini guide around our shop to introduce other local shops around Yoseka. Last week, Ashley worked on this amazing mini guide. On your next visit to our shop, be sure to check them out!


Dobbin St. Vintage Coop 

39 Norman Avenue - Yoseka loves a good vintage or antique find, and this vintage shop is always fun for us to walk around in and find interesting pieces. They have furniture, ceramics, clothing, and decorative pieces.

Tula Plants & Design

59 Meserole Avenue - A really cool plant shop! Their Arid Room has a really impressive selection of rare succulents and cactuses. Walking inside here feels like being transported to a desert in Arizona with their exposed brick and warm tone accent walls.

Peter Pan Donut & Pastry Shoppe

727 Manhattan Avenue - A Yoseka sweets shop essential. We get donuts from here probably once a month. Peter Pan is an old school donut with similar vibes to a soda shoppe or diner and it’s a must-try for any donut lover!

Le Gamin

108 Franklin Street - After our team came here for brunch for Soraya’s birthday, we have all been back on separate occasions because the food is that delicious and the ambiance is so nice. Sit in the back garden if the weather is nice and order anything off the menu, but anything with the ratatouille will be incredible.


126 Franklin Avenue - Our local bookstore with the most helpful and kind staff! Their “Staff Recommends” sections are always interesting and if they don’t have a book you’re looking for, they always offer to order it for you. 

Yoseka Stationery

63 West Street - Home of Yoseka Stationery since August 2020! We are right off the water on the western edge of adorable and chill Greenpoint, Brooklyn. Stop by our shop next time you’re in Greenpoint and don’t forget to bring your Traveler’s Notebook!

Transmitter Park

Greenpoint Avenue - Public park right on the water in Greenpoint! A great place for picnics, frolicking, relaxing on a bench or taking a short walk out on the dock and a great view of the Manhattan skyline.


80 Kent Street - One of our favorite places to go for lunch, Maman is a really cute cafe with a cozy and relaxing ambiance as well as delicious sandwiches, quiche, pastries and drinks. 

Paulie Gee’s

60 Greenpoint Avenue - Pizza restaurant known for their pizzas that incorporate hot honey for a super satisfying sweet-salty satisfying bite!


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