Genetically built to be the strongest man on earth (giving even spacemen like Thor a run for their money), Steve Rogers, aka Captain America, is Brooklyn born and raised. You may recall him making note of this in the 2011 film "Captain America: First Avenger," in which he remarks, "I'm just a kid from Brooklyn." And in "Captain America: Civil War," he sweetly bonds with Spider-Man over their shared, proud New York roots.
The Borough of Brooklyn is as hot as Steve's portrayer, Chris Evans — it touts high-rise hotels and scores of restaurants offering a more hipster side to New York, with sterling views of the Manhattan skyline to boot.
You can also visit the Captain himself in the city, if not in the flesh. In 2016, in honor of the superhero's 75th anniversary, Marvel unveiled a 13-foot, bronze statue of Captain America in Brooklyn's Prospect Park. The statue was later moved to Sunset Park in South Brooklyn, where you can still see it today.