There's nothing phony or contrived about Crown Heights. It’s a genuine Brooklyn neighborhood full of heritage, history and pride. People from all walks of life call it home and coexist. The Brooklyn Children’s Museum, the Jewish Children’s Museum and the Weeksville Heritage Center all call Crown Heights home. With four historic districts, the neighborhood is notable for its tree-lined streets and rowhouses. Properties tend to be two or three stories, though there are four-story homes along Eastern Parkway, a stunning promenade with a pedestrian mall. The street life is vibrant, and neighbors are friendly and engaged in the community. Franklin and Nostrand avenues are flourishing with new establishments. Hot Spots include: Brooklyn Botanical Gardens, Hunky Dory, The Food Sermon, Gertie, Tamra Teahouse, and Friends and Lovers.