It'll all about that Dumbo flair

A great place to work

Tasty Take Out. Public Space. Company Bonding. Sports leagues. #DUMBOVIP discounts for neighborhood insiders. Indie Shopping. Beer! Cultural happenings.

Dumbo is Delicious

Pizza! Neighborhood favorites! Cocktails to go! Coffee!

Company Bonding

Unusual, unexpected, only-in-Dumbo activities

Get the creative juices flowing at Creatively Wild

Creatively Wild Art Studio

Creatively Wild is Dumbo's premiere art school. Whether you get the team together for a group grafiti mural, or go the paint-by-numbers route, they can help you put together an event that's creatively satisfying. Plus their gorgeous space can hold up to 200! How to book: Fill out their inquiry form.

Learn Flower Arranging with La Catrina

La Catrina Flower Studio

There's nothing quite like a beautiful bouquet to brighten one's day. Bring the team together to learn the basics of bouquet building, and decorate the office in one go. Magdalena from La Catrina Flower Studio right here on Plymouth Street will bring flowers, vases and all the tools necessary make lovely flower arrangements! How to Book: Ask for Magdalena: (347) 529-5259

Become your Best Barista with Bluestone Lane

Bluestone Lane

Take the office coffee game to the next level with a three hour barista class at Bluestone Lane's state-of-the-art Roastery on Prospect Street. This class highlights the different types of coffee that Bluestone Lane uses and how it's prepared, and trains you in basic techniques for pouring coffee shots and creating the right milky foam for your drink. How to Book Ask for Sharni: (718) 374-6858

Work it out at Gleason's Gym

Gleason's Gym

DUMBO's world famous boxing gym Gleason's Gym is one of the most unique places in all of Dumbo – and possibly all of New York. Take over the gym for a dance party, host a group training session with one of their world-class boxers, bring in an inspirational speaker – the possibilities in this inspiration space are endless. How to Book: Ask for Bruce: (718) 797-2872

Beat the (Paint) Bomb

Beat The Bomb

How about a little bit of friendly competition with a side of paint ball? Beat The Bomb is an immersive game that takes your team through a series of five high-tech challenges in order to deactivate the Paint Bomb. If you deactivate it, you win! If not–you get blasted with paint! Teams are for 2–6 players each, but don't worry, they can handle big groups and lots of team. How to book: Buy tickets.

Loop together at Loop of the Loom

Loop of the Loom

Weaving parties are a great way to share and make memories with others. Weave with your friends and family, enjoy weaving together, and take home your own unique tapestries. Loop of the Loom's group sessions are perfect for birthday celebrations, team building, family gatherings, etc. Available for adults and kids (ages 6+), or both!

Decorate cookies, and eat them too.

Share laughs, treats, and tasty beverages with colleagues while decorating a festive sugar cookies! The One Girl Cookies team will come to you* with all of the necessary supplies to create a delicious experience for your team. Book at

Leagues + Fitness

From boxing and barre to bouldering, yoga, and more: Dumbo has you covered.

Gleason’s Gym

130 Water Street

Abhaya Yoga

55 Prospect Street


90 Furman Street


55 Prospect Street

Tai Chi Dumbo

68 Jay Street

Zarhcos Pilates Studio

53 Bridge Street

Warriors Nation MMA

166 Water Street

Cliffs at DUMBO

Brooklyn Bridge Park: Main Street


117 Front Street

Brooklyn Bridge Park Volleyball
Leagues at Brooklyn Bridge Park

The Brooklyn Bridge Park Conservancy organizes both youth and adult soccer leagues, as well as an adult volleyball league and tournaments throughout the summer and into the fall. All are open to the public to register, but there is a fee. You can learn more about their soccer programs by visiting our soccer webpage, and more about volleyball on the volleyball webpage.

Sailing Brooklyn Marina

Sailing your thing? Check out the Brooklyn Sail Club at the Marina.

Redbeard Cycling Groups

Or join Redbeard Bikes on cycling trips in Brooklyn and beyond!

Attn: Pet Parents

TLC for your four legged (and exotic) friends.

Indie Shops You’ll Only Find In Dumbo

Lunchtime window shopping, anyone?



Adanne is a bookshop that celebrates African-American culture by selling books — plus apothecary, tote bags, t-shirts and accessories. Darlene opened this shop in May 2021!

Aegir Boardworks

Aegir Boardworks

99 Water Street

Winter sport enthusiasts and surfers alike shun big box sporting good shops. Owned by Peter since 2012.



55 Anchorage Place

Flowy Italian garments perfect for long winters riding out the pandemic. On Pearl since 2015.

Berl's Poetry Shop

Berl's Poetry Shop

Longtime Dumbonians Jarred and Farrah have operated NYC's ONLY all-poetry shop here since 2013.

Emerald Gem Exchange

Emerald Gem Exchange

In need of healing, in the form of crystals, jade or gemstones? Siva and his family will work with you on all your wellness needs.

Front General Store

Front General Store

143 Front Street

Highly sought after vintage goods + inspired housewares. Shop to impress. Hiro started this shop in 2013.

Glam Expressway

Glam Expressway

145 Front Street

Always on trend - everything from mask chains to that perfect statement sweater to a Zoom-worthy holiday lewk. Say hi to Lindsay, who has owned and operated this Dumbo boutique since 2017.

House of Yoshe

House of Yoshé

A fashion boutique and a fashion experience, where men and women alike can express themselves through different looks and styles.



Vinyl boutique in a ‘70s basement vibes space. Records, record players and lots of great advice from Victorious, who opened his doors earlier this year.

Powerhouse Books

powerHouse Books

28 Adams Street

Dumbo’s own amazing indie bookstore keeping kids and adults reading since 2006. And yes, Susanne & Daniel may have three spots now, but their first ever was right here in the neighborhood!

Redbeard Bikes

Redbeard Bikes

69 Jay Street

Ilya and Kasia have run the most popular bike shop in Brooklyn - on Jay Street since 2012.

Thea Grant

Thea Grant

126A Front Street

From personalized lockets to antique jewels, there are stunning and unique options at every price point. Say hi to Thea and Niko, in Dumbo since 2007.

The Tagua

The Tagua

Raquel, and her parents Clara & Daniel, create jewelry, accessories, and home goods with a smaller carbon footprint - all made with Tagua, a nut from the Southern Hemisphere, in Colombia.

Two Kids and a Dog

Two Kids and a Dog

Start and finish your toy shopping here! From lego sets to art supplies, baby dolls to board games, Natalia has been solving Santa’s wishlists since 2014.



163 Plymouth Street

Japanese gift shop x matcha bar x bookstore x art gallery.



This boutique clothing store founded by a Dumbo mom offers sustainable, made-to-order, modern luxury inspired by centuries of ancient African craft.

Walking meetings are all the rage

L - R: Rooftops of 45 Main (also cool: 55 Washington & 20 Jay) - Pearl Street Triangle - The Dumbo Archway - The John St Section of Brooklyn Bridge Park

Bk Bridge Plaza Photoville

Named by artists who moved here in the 1970s, Dumbo today is happening: it hosts some of New York's best cultural experiences, is full of public art, and is home to dozen of galleries, performance spaces and world class arts organizations that support and create some of the most significant works New York City has to offer.


Bk Library
The Brooklyn Public Library

We have a library! The Adams Street Library, BPL's first new branch in more than 30 years, opened in Fall 2021. Open Monday - Saturday.

Adams Street Library offers 6,565 square feet of space, with library materials, meeting rooms, facilities and programming areas for children, teens and adults. The library's design and its programming were shaped by comprehensive community feedback gathered over several months.

A Dumbo discount program?

This is why we have nice things.

Down Under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass

From cardboard to coffee, Dumbo has a rich history.