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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