Park Slope has the nickname “Stroller Slope” for a reason, and the neighborhood’s Blue Bottle location knows it. This bright, minimalist cafe has high chairs at the window counter inside, along with designated spaces for parking strollers outside. So if you’re looking to drink a pour-over with some babies in tow, your options don’t get much better than this.
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Buttermilk Bake Shop
Buttermilk Bake Shop is a bakery in Park Slope that makes excellent croissants.
Dumplings & Things
Dumplings & Things is a takeout spot on 5th Avenue in Park Slope that serves dumplings, noodle soups, and bao.
Bogota is a casual spot for Latin food in Park Slope to meet friends for a dinner that you’ll all agree is “fun.”
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Fika Espresso Bar
The Pearl Street location of Fika is one of the best spots to have a coffee meeting in the Financial District.
Brooklyn Roasting Company
Brooklyn Roasting Company has a big loft with good pastries and plenty of seating a block from the East River in Dumbo.
Rebel Coffee is a tiny coffee shop in the West Village that isn't especially rebellious, although it is a good spot to hang with your laptop.
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Kos Kaffe Roasting House
Kos Kaffe is a neighborhood coffee shop in Park Slope where you can get a good sandwich or a salad and sit a nice little table.
Hungry Ghost is a well-designed coffee shop in Prospect Heights where you can grab a sandwich and attempt to snag an armchair.
The Breukelen Coffee House
Breukelen Coffee House serves Stumptown Coffee and has a back room with large tables that are good for work or a coffee date in Crown Heights.
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