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The best coffee shops in Brooklyn

November 28, 2016
A warm and delicate cup of coffee sitting on the edge of a stool at Toby's Estate

Colder weather is finally upon us, what better to keep warm than with a cup of joe. We toured the streets of Brooklyn to find the best coffee shops to enjoy your morning ritual. Not only do all of these spots have the best coffee, but also they are all aesthetically pleasing.


Our first stop was at Bakeshop by Woops, known for their incredible macaroons. They offer an array of flavors, plus other carefully curated sweets like éclairs, croissants, and cupcakes.

You can enjoy your drink in a beautiful and heartwarming space. It’s the perfect place to relax, unwind and savor the “sweeter” side of life.

Welcoming decor at New York City's Bakeshop
Coffee tables at New York City's Bakeshop


Our next location is the famous Toby’s Estate in Williamsburg. Known for its exceptional coffee, Toby’s offers a large space to work or simply hang out. The baristas will create the perfect latte art for all of you coffee lovers out there! 

Make sure to go as early as possible to get a great spot. It gets packed pretty quickly!

Coffee shop decor at Toby's Estate
Cup of coffee on a table at Toby's Estate


One of our favorites is definitely the recently opened Maman in Greenpoint. This café and bakery serves family inspired recipes from the South of France, bringing both sweet and savory flavors.

Make sure to get one of their freshly squeezed grapefruit juice. They also just opened a second level for brunch on weekends!

Coffee table at New York City's Maman Greenpoint
Coffee table at New York City's Maman Greenpoint


The newly opened Butler is the perfect combination between fine dining and casual Brooklyn flare. Michelin starred pastry chef, Ryan Butler, leads this cute café. You can enjoy breakfast, lunch and a variety of savory and sweet pastries in a concrete and gold setting. Think modern café with a Parisian touch!

Small coffee table at New York City's Butler
Service counter and coffee decor at New York City's Butler


Sweatshop could be best defined as the mecca of Williamsburg. Everyone meets at Sweatshop not only because the cozy basement café offers the best flat whites in town, but also because it is a multidisciplinary studio. In a nutshell, it’s a space that invites creators and artists to work on their creative process. If you want to get inspired, Sweatshop is the next spot on your list.

Plants and wall decor at New York City's Sweatshop
Warm cup of coffee on a table at New York City's Sweatshop

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