​In Brighton Beach history is in the air. Walk along the boardwalk and you can feel the memories of the place and why it’s remains so dear to so many people. It isn’t by accident that Neil Simon chose it as the location for his classic comedy/drama “Brighton Beach Memoirs,” one of the most performed contemporary American plays.  Brighton is a place where memories linger and new memories are made every day.

So we suggest heading to Brighton where culture and history remain alive and business and merchants mix with artists and performers in a bustling, thriving slice of New York.

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