Whether you’re picking places to work or study, looking for a place to enjoy great coffee, or even if you’re simply just looking for something new to try, a coffee shop will always be a good option to consider.

For this video, we’ll look at five coffee shops you should visit in Brooklyn.

1. Sey Coffee

First on this list is a coffee shop known for its airy, simple, and planted aesthetic—of course, including their great coffee, listed as one of the best cups of coffee you can get in New York by many.

This contemporary micro-roastery has a great selection of dynamic and complex beans from worldwide.

2. % Arabica

As the name suggests, % Arabica is a modern coffee shop both in name and practice. They have a more sophisticated and scholarly approach to coffee, and you’ll enjoy the entire experience yourself, thanks to their in-house roasting machines.

3. Bakeri

Although Bakeri focuses on their baked goods and delicacies, that doesn’t mean their coffee isn’t great. If anything, they complement each other.

Bakeri is a great spot for people who love to have sweet bites with their bitter cup of coffee.

4. Land to Sea

Founded by 1st generation immigrants, Land to Sea is a coffee shop built on the idea of being a welcoming space.

Not only do they serve amazing coffee, but Land to Sea has also become the go-to for musicians, filmmakers, artists, and even bakers to promote their craft to the locals.

5. Hungry Ghost

Last but definitely not least, Hungry Ghost is one of the coffee shops in Brooklyn that started with humble beginnings but has now become one of the largest coffee shop chains in the state.

Hungry Ghost has a dozen branches, and we can understand why. Their partnership with several local businesses like Stumptown Coffee Roasters and BKLYN Larder has placed them on a pedestal.

Whether it be a cold drink, espresso, some americano, or just an iced latte, coffee will always be great if the foundations are there. What about you? Do you have a favorite? Feel free to share your thoughts in the comment section – we’d love to hear them!

Author: Carol