There’s no doubt that Brooklyn is the reigning King of Cool when it comes to New York City neighborhoods. But within Brooklyn there are dozens of outposts that vary dramatically in tone and vibe. One neighborhood to visit is Sunset Park, which offers great views of the Manhattan skyline. “Sunset Park sits below Park Slope on the south and western borders of Green-Wood Cemetery, and hosts a heady mix of cultures and traditions,” says New York-based Robert Balkovich, a Lonely Planet writer. This area cuts a wide swath through Brooklyn, with Green-Wood consisting of 478 acres. You can even take a trolly tour of the ground and see some of the famous burials, including artist Jean-Michel Basquiat and musician Leonard Bernstein.
So, how has Sunset Park fared?
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