Midwood, located in south central Brooklyn betweenGravesend and Flatbush, is a breath of fresh air in an overpopulated, bustling city. The tree-lined streets, large front porches, and green lawns make for a tranquil, community-oriented atmosphere. Midwood is home to countless Kosher joints and also boasts a wide array of ethnic cuisines. The express Q train will have passengers in midtown within forty-five minutes, making Midwood a wonderful suburban-like heaven that's still conveniently close to the city.
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Midwood is just about as suburban as you can get living in Brooklyn. Call it Park Slopewith a more Jewish vibe; Midwood is mostly home to families. The nabe boasts ample amounts of kosher restaurants, and some Brooklyn favorites like DiFara’s where customers will line up for upwards of 45 minutes to get a pizza pie from the Brooklyn institution. The Q train will get you to Midtown in about 45 minutes, which for the rare opportunity to live in Brooklyn with the benefits of a square of grass out front and a backyard, isn’t so bad.annie l.
Midwood makes me feel like I fell asleep on the train after a late night of drinking and woke up in the country. I’ve done this before. The only difference is after you’ve arrived in Midwood, you’ll actually still be in Brooklyn.Jay D.