Top Coffee Shops in Brooklyn For Design Buffs)

Top Coffee Shops in Brooklyn For Design Buffs)

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After checking out many, many coffee shops, we decided to highlight some of our favorites.

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    The walls are full of hardbound books, a piano sits on the side of the room and inviting couches and tables and chairs are positioned throughout. There’s a charming garden in the back.
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    Vintage photos of airplanes and a toy plane on the counter speak to the cafe’s name. Free wifi and a chill staff makes this a great place to work.
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    Smith Canteen serves some mouthwateringly delicious pastries as well. We wouldn’t expect any less from the folk behind Seersucker, the Carroll Gardens restaurant serving farm-to-table Southern fare.
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    The location on Kent Ave shares a building with Modern Spaces real estate office. The bar is made of antique doors and has a beautiful espresso machine by La Marzocco, but the most appealing aspect of the decor might be the foosball table.
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    Though they have several locations in New York City, the Williamsburg café is the only one where you can ogle the Kyoto-style Oji cold press coffee makers (on the right), which brew coffee one drop at a time for eighteen hours.
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    The space is now home to their commercial coffee roasters and grinders, a coffee counter where you can order their fair trade, organic brews, and plenty of seating space.
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    They sell pastries from local bakers, including Ovenly, and have a brew school, where you can take private lessons on extracting, brewing, cupping and tasting coffee.
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    The menu includes Horchata, Thai iced tea and Vietnamese coffee, plus donuts by Dough. AP is a great place to relax with a cup of coffee after checking out the Bushwick Collective’s murals on Troutman Street.
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    There’s not a lot of space to sit, but the pint-sized shop is a nice place to stop for a coffee and flower bouquet to go.
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