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Open 24 Hours in Brooklyn

Many businesses are finding the demand for their services extends beyond 9 to 5

 

Ever get up in the middle of the night and want to get a bag of potato chips and there was none to be had in the house? There used to be a time in Brooklyn not too long ago when it was unthinkable to find a store open after 7 PM. Oh sure, you could find the occasional bar or nightclub. But suppose you wanted baby diapers at two o'clock in the morning? Suppose you needed some prescription drug at 2 AM? Those places were too rare to find, and if you didn't know where to look you wouldn't be able to find it.

Well, things have changed. There are now a number of establishments besides the occasional 711 that are open around the clock. We here at sunset-park.com have begun to compile a list of just such places and we will soon devote an entire page to establishments that are accesible in the wee hours of the morning.

Here we present a brief list of places. There is of course some of the usual suspects. There are various Pathmark Supermarkets within a short distance that are open around the clock. There are also a few 7 Eleven stores in Brooklyn where you can pick up a sandwitch at 3 AM if you wish. If you need to fill a prescription or need some drugs and medication late at night or at 2 AM Neergard Paharmacy is the place to go. As far as I know it's the only one that is open 24-7 in Brooklyn. There are also a number of laundromats in the are that are open 24 hours if you feel the need to wash your clothes at 3 AM. If you needed hardware Home Depot on Hamilton Avenue used to be open 24 hours. They have since cut their hours but you can still go there until midnight. But even though they're not open 24 hours, I still prefer Lowe's .

When time permits in the next few weeks we will devote an entire section to the midnight owl stores.

 

 

 


 
 
 

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