Main Drag: The Mighty Atlantic

1.The Roebling Inn
(97 Atlantic Ave.; 718-488-0400)
A craft-beer-devoted neighborhood pub from the folks behind the near-ancient Brooklyn Inn.

Photo: Courtesy of Mini Max Toys and Cuts

2. Crop to Cup Café
(139 Atlantic Ave.; 917-531-8754) A new, cooperatively run direct-trade roaster with locavorish snacks and antique furniture for sale.

3. Charlie-n-Diamond
(147 Atlantic Ave.; no phone)
Elizabeth Lind and Anna Man’s boutique just relocated beneath Man’s hair salon, Boy Luv Girl.

4. Mini Max Toys and Cuts
(152 Atlantic Ave.; 718-222-8697)
Four local moms offer haircuts for $22 a tot (less for siblings), plus toys.

Photo: Roxanne Behr/New York Magazine

5. Barneys Co-op
(194 Atlantic Ave.; 718-637-2234)
A 10,000-square-foot hulk of a store selling all the usual designers, as well as exclusive pieces from VPL, Helmut Lang, and Alexander Wang.

6. Jodi Arnold
(347 Atlantic Ave.; 718-858-5580)
Art books, statement jewelry, and the designer’s own sleek black-and-gunmetal-hued fall line.

7. Da Vine Provisions
(355 Atlantic Ave.; 718-643-2250)
The Donna Da Vine wineshop recently expanded next door into a purveyor of fancy beer, cheese, and pickles.

Photo: Roxanne Behr/New York Magazine

8. Mafalda
(360 Atlantic Ave.; 347-987-3470)
Former model Christina Kolbe’s selection of vintagewear is studded with labels (and prices) rivaling the Co-op’s.

9. The Banquet
(360 Atlantic Ave.; 718-522-6906)
A collaboration between dressmaker Miranda Bennett and jeweler Pamela Johnston.

10. Fiona and Ryan Art Space
(362 Atlantic Ave.; 718-422-7982)
The pint-size gallery showcasing emerging Brooklyn artists. Currently on view: Birgit Wolfram’s trippy abstract paintings.

Photo: Roxanne Behr/New York Magazine

11. Jonathan Adler
(378 Atlantic Ave.; 718-855-0017)
True to form, Adler’s year-old outpost is just as bright, cozy, and densely packed as his other eponymous stores.

12. Kaight
(382 Atlantic Ave.; 718-858-4737)
The just-opened branch of the green-goods chainlet will be a testing lab for more-experimental merch.

13. Dangerous Mathematicians
(394 Atlantic Ave.; 718-717-2248)
Math teacher turned formalwear designer Karen Patwa relocated her Lower East Side store here in March (and she still tutors math on occasion).

14. Rothschild’s
(411 Atlantic Ave.; 718-596-3110)
Louisiana soul-food joint Stan’s Place got a new name and a Deco-style makeover last spring.

15. De Castellane Gallery
(525 Atlantic Ave.; 347-599-2017)
The artist-run gallery is currently showing steel sculptures by Miya Ando, including an in-house skate ramp.

16. Nunu Chocolates
(529 Atlantic Ave.; 917-776-7102)
South African chocolatier Justine Pringle equips her café with free wi-fi and nineteen wines by the glass.

17. Linger Café & Lounge
(533 Atlantic Ave.; 347-689-4813)
The day-to-night hangout encourages guests to take its name to heart.

18. Botanica Garden Center
(545 Atlantic Ave.; 347-335-0086)
A bucolic storefront gives way to an even more impressive backyard showroom.

Main Drag: The Mighty Atlantic