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Brooklyn, NY 11215
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1860 marked the year of the world’s first commuter suburb: Brooklyn. When the Brooklyn Bridge opened sixteen years later—then the world’s longest suspension bridge—the area to the west of the newly created Prospect Park, called Park Slope, was well on its way to becoming the center of intellectual and cultural activity that it is today.
With as many writers as there are families, and a tree-to-human ratio enviable for any city, we couldn’t be more excited to open our third Brooklyn cafe there.
Located just two blocks away from Brooklyn’s grand park, our cafe considers its youngest clientele (and their parents) in unprecedented ways. Designated spaces for parking strollers are outside and high chairs are available inside. But rest assured, we have comfortable (and beautiful) seating for adults, too.
Our delicious food—from pastries to complete breakfast and lunch offerings—complements our pour-over and espresso coffees. We imagine this as a refuge from a cold snap, a quick stop for a snack after school, or the inspiration for a new novel on a summer’s morning.
Park Slope teaches coffee classes on Saturday afternoons. Details can be found here.