Atlantic Avenue Valentine’s Day Gift Guide Has Great Ideas!


Date: February 4, 2021

Contact: Shantal Marshall, Communications & PR Assistant



Atlantic Avenue Valentine’s Day Gift Guide Has Great Ideas!

Online gift guide makes shopping for that special someone easy with special deals


Brooklyn, NY- February 4, 2021– With less than two weeks away from the loveliest day of the year, it’s crunch time to pick up gifts. The Valentine’s Day Gift Guide features special deals and promotions by Atlantic Avenue small businesses. The shopping destinations are endless, stretching through Brooklyn’s energetic neighborhoods of Boerum Hill, Brooklyn Heights and Cobble Hill. Shoppers can choose gifts ranging from sparkling heart necklaces, pink/red flower bouquets, love-themed home decor, restaurant deals for two, and of course, chocolate.

Designed to celebrate and support the local businesses who have been hard hit by the pandemic, the businesses hope to see Atlantic Avenue thrive and recover from last year. The Valentine’s Day Gift Guide takes the hard work out of choosing a Valentine’s Day gift for that special someone. Shoppers can scroll through the list and click on the name or picture of the items to be directed to the business’ website.

Some of the amazing deals include: wine and dine with your Valentine at Kind of Soul with a two for $80 special. Diners will choose an appetizer, entree, dessert and also enjoy a complimentary glass of wine. Shoppers can customize a beautiful roses bouquet by Floral Heights, purchase a Sapphire Gold Necklace from Michele Varian, get hazelnut butter chocolate from M.PATMOS, and an ‘I Love Brooklyn’ pillow from Gumbo. For children, purchase an interactive online class with Treasure Trunk Theatre and build robots with Brooklyn Robot Foundry.

For more information and to view the full Valentine’s Day Gift Guide, visit


By Subway: Nearby Stations are Hoyt Street 2 or 3, Hoyt Schermerhorn A, C, G walk south on Hoyt Street to Atlantic Avenue; 2,3,3D,N,R,Q to Atlantic Avenue-Barclays Center, walk west to Atlantic Avenue

By Bus: B63 and B61, also nearby B41 and B99

By Bike: There are 8 nearby Citi Bike stations

By Car: Parking is available at 200, 255, and 301 Atlantic Avenue and 333 Schermerhorn Street and other lots nearby. Street parking rules apply.

By Long Island Railroad: Atlantic Terminal stop, walk west to Atlantic Avenue

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The Atlantic Avenue Local Development Corporation (AALDC) is a Section 501(c) (3) nonprofit organization whose mission is to further economic development, historic preservation, and cultural enrichment in the greater Atlantic Avenue area. The AALDC provides information, advocacy, produces events and projects that promote economic growth and vitality, for the preservation and development in downtown Brooklyn and neighboring communities.