There are a bunch of coffee shops with food in Bushwick, but Little Skips is the best of them. In addition to your standard coffee shop foods, they serve a bunch of sandwiches (like a grilled cheese with pesto and granny smith apples called “The Grilled Granny”) and bagels for hungover Sunday mornings or an afternoon of LSAT studying. It’s often crowded with people grabbing coffee, but there are usually tables available if you want to sit down. Plus, they have a good selection of vegan and gluten-free options, and stay open until 9pm every day, with live music and art events most evenings.
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