Williamsburg’s Mountain Province serves fair trade, single-origin coffee beans from the mountain regions of the Philippines, all in a space that was designed as an homage to the owner’s lola (grandmother). We like to pair a strong cup of coffee with ensaymada, a rich brioche bun stuffed with ube custard blanketed by a layer of butter and sugar - especially since theirs comes fresh and retain their fluffiness compared to the pre-packaged version. If you’re feeling more than a coffee and pastry merienda, Mountain Province also has paninis, picadillo buns, and other lunch items.
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From Woodside’s Little Manila to Flatbush and the Lower East Side.
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