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JetBlue: A Girls’ Day Out in Williamsburg

Bowling! Booza! Brooklyn’s O.G. hip neighborhood is a must.

Just when you thought Williamsburg couldn’t get any cooler, a ladies-only excursion around the bustling Brooklyn neighborhood proves otherwise.

EAT:Everything at Smorgasburg

Even the pickiest eater in the group can find the perfect bite at the largest outdoor food market in America. Choose from more than 100 vendors, serving all sorts of crowd-pleasers, from Himalayan empanadas to kombucha pops to Vietnamese coffee bombs. East River Park (Kent Avenue and North 7th Street)

SHOP: For Hard-to-Find Vinyl at Rough Trade

Find all your favorite jams—and maybe a few new ones—at this UK-based record shop, which has become a local stomping ground for discovering exclusive vinyl, watching live performances, and even sharing a pint or two. 64 North 9th Street

DO: Roll a Perfect Game at Brooklyn Bowl

Swap the records for some live tunes—then challenge your best gal pals to a game of ten-pin—at this bowling alley and concert venue rolled into one. 61 Wythe Avenue

SNACK: On Stretchy Ice Cream at Republic of Booza

Yeah, stretchy. This Brooklyn creamery follows a 500-year-old recipe to create a more flavorful (and flexible!) scoop that comes in experimental flavors like sour cherry mahlub and watermelon-feta sorbet. 76 North 4th Street

DESIGN: Your Own Jewelry at Brooklyn Charm

Diamonds may be a girl’s best friend, but nothing says friendship like creating custom bracelets together. Pick and choose from a unique array of chains and charms, then have the jeweler assemble your personalized piece. (Peruse the shop’s rare gems and vintage collections while you wait!) 145 Bedford Avenue (entrance on North 9th Street)

SEE: Graffiti in an Actual Exhibition Space

People are lining up to get eyes on the newest works created by NYC’s “most pervasive mark makers and rule breakers,” currently on view at one of the most hyped art shows in Brooklyn, “Beyond the Streets.” 25 Kent Avenue

SIP: Rare Spirits on the Rooftop of the William Vale

Westlight, the glass-enclosed bar on the 22nd floor of the William Vale Hotel, offers breathtaking views of the Brooklyn and Manhattan skylines, as well as a sublime menu created by chef Andrew Carmellini. 111 North 12th Street

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