Bar & Restaurant
While BoCoCa might sound like a delicious tropical cocktail, it’s actually a cool neighborhood in Brooklyn near to Boerum Hill, Cobble Hill, and Carroll Gardens. Southwest of Downtown BK, it’s recently become very popular with the international set from France and Great Britain, as well as families. On what's called "Brooklyn's Restaurant Row" is this two-story space with approximately 5,600 square feet inside and 40 feet of frontage on a highly trafficked pedestrian thoroughfare. The entrance is a covered, multi-leveled patio area with a see-through, exposed-beam roof. The main area, which used to be the dining area of a restaurant, is spacious, bright, and modern with lots of windows and polished concrete floor. The basement level has white-tiled floors and plenty of space too. On evenings and weekends, locals like to hang out in this unpretentious neighborhood for shopping, dinner, or drinks with friends and family. People from around New York City can easily get here,too, via public transit like A/F/G trains and buses.