Sey Coffee is a trendy place where they roast and grind their own beans, and make a solid Duromina Espresso.
They complete it with sparkling water to cleanse your palate, for reasonable prices.
This coffee is a perfect spot to discuss with friends, read or work.
Would you resist to their creamy iced latte or their delicious hot chocolate?
18 Grattan Street, Brooklyn.
Café Usagi is a delightful little cafe tucked away in the back of a Japanese art gallery.
The pour over coffee is great and the esthetic is on point.
If you go to this coffee, you can expect all sorts of matcha drinks, great pies and peaceful vibes.
163 Plymouth Street, Brooklyn
BERG’N is a overwhelmed place, on nights and weekends.
But the long wooden tables are mostly empty on the weekdays and are perfect to work or simply enjoy a coffee.
This coffee shop provides many different beverages, that will make you feel great if you get bored of coffee.
899 Bergen Street, Brooklyn
Breukelen Coffee House
The back room of Breukelen Coffee House serves as a library-like study spot in the day and an event space other Saturday for their ‘Jam Night’.
Menu recommendation, if you want to take a break from coffee: Nutella Hot Chocolate!
764 Franklin Ave, Brooklyn
Created in 2006, Gregorys Coffee provide a high quality coffee as they work with the world’s premier importers and exporters of coffee.
But Gregory’s coffee also provides patisseries and packaged foods, prepared every morning by their bakers.
16 Court Street, Brooklyn
Choco-latte Espresso Bar
Open around the clock since 2013, Choco-latte Espresso Bar is located inside the Jewish Children’s Museum on Kingston Avenue.
This coffe serves a full menu of smoothies, sandwiches, snacks and lots of coffee drinks.
Seating is limited to several stools inside, but outdoor tables open up in the warmer months.
792 Eastern Parkway, corner of Kingstone Avenues.
The coffee shop Little Zedla is the new popular spot with must-try pastries.
It is the first venture by owner Michael de Zayas, who is behind nearby cheese shop Wedge and soon-to-open Two Saints, a cafe-and-bar on Nostrand Avenue.
728 Franklin Avenue, Brooklyn