Constructed in 1910, 160 Berry Street is a handsome brick building that has seen a variety of practical uses – glass blowers, metal smiths, barrel makers, rope factories, and now a coffee roastery. We love the vitality of our Williamsburg surroundings, but we also enjoy being slightly off the beaten track.
We are roasting coffee on a vintage Probat roaster, and serving coffee on a variety of interesting devices: Kyoto-style iced coffee drippers, a brand new La Marzocco espresso machine, a painstakingly restored 1958 Faema Urania lever espresso machine, and perhaps the longest and most theatrical drip bar on the eastern seaboard. All hot coffee – espresso and pour-over – is ground and prepared to order (a la minute, as we are fond of saying), and all iced coffee is brewed cold.
Please join us for a free public coffee cupping, Fridays at noon.