Best Brooklyn Coffee Shops

Tired of average coffee with an all-too-familiar synthetic flavor? There are coffee spots right next to you in Brooklyn where you can taste the real deal coffee freshly roasted and brewed with love and care to cheer you up and fill you with positive energy. Here is a list of 5 coffee shops you definitely won't be disappointed with.


In case you find yourself sleepy in another borough:

#1. Toby's Estate
Coffee House & Brew School

Toby’s Estate is a network of 3 coffee houses, two in Manhattan, one in Brooklyn. The Brooklyn spot boasts of all varieties of coffee, all home roasted and hand packed and also houses a brew school. Whether you come for a class, a chat or a morning fix, a cup of great coffee made with all possible love, care and knowledge will be there for you. To replenish your energy, check out pastry and desserts selection.

 125 North 6 Street, Williamsburg

#2. Blue Bottle Café
Coffee House

Blue Bottle Coffee is a small network with the idea to give people the best and freshest coffee possible. It delivers coffee to the customers no later than 48 hours after the roast so that they could enjoy the full flavor. Vintage equipment plus honest enthusiasm and attention to details give Blue Bottle coffee its unmistakable taste. Come by a free coffee cupping every Friday at 12pm.

 160 Berry St., Brooklyn, NY 11249

#3. Daily Press Coffee

Small and un-flashy it's easy to miss. Step inside, and you get great coffee from the local roaster, friendly service, relaxing atmosphere and a cute backyard, to boot. The latter is definitely worth a visit: if you're stuck in city jungles, spots like that are like a breath of fresh air. Stop by for your morning coffee fix, grab some pastry or have some work done. The venue is the perfect background for whatever you have in mind.

 505 Franklin Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11238

#4. Hungry Ghost

A great spot for meeting friends, doing some light work or simply enjoying pastry and amazing coffee. Hungry Ghost buys it from Stumptown (traditionally, a supplier to this chain), straight from Red Hook neighborhood where it’s roasted. There’s kombucha on tap for the lovers of more exotic drinks. Head chef, Pete Solomita, succeeds at keeping the choice of snacks diverse, replete with vegan and vegetarian options.

 253 Flatbush Ave., Brooklyn, NY,  781 Fulton St, Brooklyn, NY 11217,  183 Sterling Pl, Brooklyn, NY 11238

#5. Sit & Wonder

Sit & Wonder is one of those quintessentially Brooklyn places: it has the right ambiance, locally sourced coffee, pastry you’ll want to marry/die for. If that’s not enough to lure you in, how about an outdoor garden in the back? There’s Wi-Fi, too, for when you’re in dire need of a working space with just the right atmosphere.

 688 Washington Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11238

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