10 Places to Get a Great Cup of Coffee in Park Slope

10 Places to Get a Great Cup of Coffee in Park Slope


Park Slope is renowned for its diverse coffee culture, offering a variety of exceptional brews and inviting locations. Here are 10 places where you can experience top-notch cup of joe in the neighborhood.

1. Beanmonger Coffee

620 Union Street

Beanmonger Coffee may be small in size, but its commitment to quality is big. The cozy ambiance is adorned with unique art and pictures that add to the decor. They also proudly display coffee supplies, reflecting their dedication to excellent brewing techniques. You can learn more about this great shop via our interview with co-owner Jeremy Weiman.

2. Poetica Coffee

240 7th Avenue

Poetica Coffee’s brightly decorated exterior with beautiful floral displays will draw you in. And the friendly staff makes you want to stay, making it an overall inviting experience. The cafe offers ample indoor and outdoor seating with free Wi-Fi, making it an ideal place to relax. Don’t miss their signature Poetica with oat milk, a soothing delight.

3. Kos Kaffe

251 5th Avenue

Kos Kaffe is not only known for its excellent coffee but also for its culinary delights. The coffee shop offers a variety of pastries, sandwiches, and salads, all of which are made with care and attention to detail. The staff is friendly and knowledgeable, and they are always happy to help customers choose the perfect coffee or food item.

4. Konditori

187 5th Avenue

At Konditori, they’ve mastered the art of blending beans from three Central American countries. This unique blend creates an exquisite flavor that keeps patrons coming back for more. With comfortable indoor and outdoor seating, you can enjoy these offerings in a relaxing setting.

5. Postmark Cafe

326 6th Street

Postmark Cafe exudes warmth and charm, making it a beloved spot for coffee enthusiasts. Every cup of espresso or chai tea is quite tasty, and the free Wi-Fi doesn’t hurt either.

The owner, Brad, is known for his unmatched warmth and hospitality. He even donates the tips to charity. The café is also well known for their community fridge and pantry, offering free food to anyone who needs it.

6. Cafe Grumpy

383 7th Avenue

Cafe Grumpy caters to every taste with its diverse selection of teas and coffees. The baristas are true artists, skillfully preparing espresso shots and creating beautiful cappuccinos. It’s tiny storefront on a tree lined side street (with outdoor seating) makes it a sweet setting to a enjoy a lovely, well brewed cup.

7. Hungry Ghost Coffee

156 7th Avenue

Hungry Ghost Coffee focuses on brewing single-origin coffees that allow you to savor each sip.

The cafe is also famous for its croissants, considered one of the best in the neighborhood. Flaky and buttery, they also have the perfect balance of sweetness and saltiness. With that level of perfection, it’s no surprise that they often sell out early in the day.

8. Cafe Regular

158 Berkeley Place

This cafe somehow captures the essence of a small French town cafe. They receive rave reviews for their exceptional coffee which is brewed to perfection. They have a wide variety of coffees to choose from, and they all taste great. And even though their coffee is high quality, they still maintain reasonable prices. This makes it accessible to everyone, regardless of budget.

9. Everyman Espresson

162 5th Avenue

“Damn fine coffee” is an appropriate slogan for this shop. Its offerings are fine indeed. And it’s no wonder, since they partner with highly regarded Counter Culture Coffee. With its sleek but retro vibes and attention to brewing, aficionados are certain to enjoy this spot.

10. Velvette Brew

279 5th Avenue

Velvette Brew is a haven for coffee enthusiasts, offering specialty Intelligentsia coffee drinks. With kind staff and ample indoor and outdoor seating, it’s a place to savor the coffee experience fully. Don’t miss their Iced Velvette, a sublime creation highly recommended by loyal patrons.

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