"Not Just Another Street"
Moore Street is unlike a lot of streets in Brooklyn. It is wider and feels like a "normal" city street, By saying normal I mean that you don't feel like you are drowning in a swarm of buildings. The street is only one way but it is wide enough without feeling that clustrophobic feeling that you can sometimes experience on the extremely narrow streets. The left side of the street Westbound actually offers cars the luxury of "style lot parking" That means they can park their car sideways. Once you cross White Street, Moore Street becomes a haven for liquor stores, mini grocery stars and barber shops. Parts of it can get kind of seedy. There is a school in the area and quite a lot of yield signs. So be prepared for slow traffic at times. There is quite a lot of debris in the street once you get pass White Street.