Julie's Creative Lifestyle

A Visit To Industry City

Thursday, February 16, 2017

Hello blog friends.  I hope you are all having a nice week!  I have a new place I discovered recently, and I'd love to share it with you.  :)

I love visiting and exploring different areas of where I live.  There is a new retail shopping area, food hall, and industries/companies, in a huge complex that is called Industry City .  It is very new to our area and we decided to take a visit to the food hall.





As you enter the complex, you see this cool Industry City sign.


Industry City - sight seeing in Booklyn NY post @ Julie's Creative Lifestyle



My husband and I decided to walk around and look at the different stores and restaurants. We decided to have lunch at Boil Boil Ramen, please take a look at their awesome ramen menu.

boil boil ramen - industry city post @ Julie's Creative Lifestyle


My husband had this wonderful soup called Boil Boil Signature Tonkotsu Ramen.

food at industry city - Brooklyn NY post @ Julie's Creative Lifestyle


I had this delicious ramen burger wrapped in seaweed, rice, salad, and pulled pork.  It was sooo good!

A Visit to Industry City - Brooklyn NY @ Julie's Creative Lifestyle


I walked past this sign and it looked like a cute place that serves bubble tea.  Have you ever had bubble tea?  I have yet to sample this type of tea!


There is an area where you can buy your food and then sit here to eat it.


I love the interesting rope ties that are just outside this store, located towards the top of the ceiling.


There are these neat areas where you can sit, relax, and drink coffee or tea on comfy chairs and couches.  I love the cool industrial feel to this area.


Li-Lac Chocolates factory/store is located here.  They have small stores in various locations in New York City where you can buy their delicious chocolates.


Here you can see one of the workers in the factory, making the various chocolates, and working with the machines.


They have the most amazing looking chocolate bunnies that are perfect for Easter.


Here you can see the chocolate hearts already for Valentine's Day.  We were able to take and sample many different free chocolates!  YUM!  😃


All of the buildings are easy to walk in and out of and have areas outside where you can sit, eat, and drink at tables.  

This will be fun to visit and sit outside to eat lunch in the spring and summer.  I'm really looking forward to that!



Below is what this outside area looks like in the winter.

A Visit to Industry City @ Julie's Creative Lifestyle

Some of these stores are also in this area:

Saks Off 5th
Buy Buy Baby
Harmon Face Values
Bed Bath and Beyond

I had a great time exploring Industry City and I hope you enjoyed my little tour of it!  

Have you visited any fun places where you live?  I'd love to know.


Thanks so much for stopping by today.  I hope you have a nice end of the week and weekend.  Jess and I will see you all back here on Monday for our Cooking and Crafting with J & J Link Up!


Click HERE to see the great parties I will be linking up to!

Thanks everyone and enjoy!

Julie



13 comments:

  1. Wow this place looks amazing! I will have to visit next time in Brooklyn and tell my daughter about it. Thanks so much for sharing!

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  2. Hi Julie, what an interesting place to visit. Looks fun and the food hall amazing. Your meals looked so good. Great outdoor space for the warmer months. Thanks for sharing your new city find!! Have a great weekend ahead. xo

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  3. Hi Julie! The Industry City looks fun! Also, the ramen noodles and burger is making so hungry right now. After this I will have something to eat to be able to work on my post, lol! I love seeing new places that you go to. I haven't been able to go on trips due to my language studies but I do have a road trip plan out when I finish. Can't wait. Thanks for sharing your new outing.
    Hugs to you,
    Ping xox

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  4. Very cool. I haven't been, but would love to take a peek. The interior is lovely. I am surprised that is was so empty, even in the winter. Maybe that's the time to go!! ;)

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  5. food are looking delicious ...

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  6. What a cool looking place! I am so jealous of all of the options you have right outside your door. We certainly don't have that in my small midwestern town... I can't say I'd trade, but I'd love to visit!

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  7. Wow Julie what a great place. Looks like yummy and fun all in one place.
    Happy Friday.
    Kris

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  8. What a great concept, and you're lucky to have that close by. It looks very chic and industrial, just what one would expect from that area. :)

    I first had bubble tea in Singapore. Now I am never without tapioca pearls. They're hard to find but whenever we are in white plains we stock up. I actually bought some in Naples a few weeks ago and was disappointed to learn the type I got weren't edible! Guess I'll have to do without until we get back.

    Enjoy your weekend Julie!

    XXX

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  9. Thanks for sharing this with us! How fun to have a new place to explore when we visit the city again!

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  10. I did enjoy the post. It's nice to see new places through someone else's eyes. We just visited a very busy flea market here for the first time ever. I found THE best book store inside!!! I just stayed for way too long!

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  11. Looks like a interesting place to go to. Sounds like you and hubby had a great time. Food looks good too.

    Thanks for taking us on this wonderful tour.

    Hugs,
    Mary

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  12. Happy Monday, sweet Julie! It's always a joy to visit you and your wonderful blog.

    Looks like you had a delightful time and oh my, that large box of chocolates! Yes, please!

    Enjoy your week. Hugs!

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