Williamsburg is an arty, hip neighborhood in Brooklyn with plenty of trendy cafés, bustling restaurants, and fantastic little places to head to for a light morning bite, lazy brunch, or all-day breakfast and excellent coffee. Boasting beautiful views of Manhattan from the waterfront and residential thoroughfares and building brightened with colorful street art, Williamsburg has a coffee fix for everyone. Whether you are a coffee aficionado and love nitrox or Chemex brew or prefer a short espresso, here are some of Williamsburg’s coolest coffee shops. CDC information for travelers. Hours/availability may have changed.
1.Black Brick Coffee
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Black Brick Coffee is a cozy, softly-lit café that serves Stumptown Coffee and Dough donuts in a quiet atmosphere. The low-key café has a warm and welcoming ambiance with vintage décor, a giant swing chair, and a charming back patio for sipping morning coffee outside. The café serves a variety of standard coffee such as americano, single and double espresso, cappuccino, macchiato, and latte, along with specialty coffee drinks like single-origin French presses, nitrox, Chemex, and pour-over coffee. Drinks are accompanied by a selection of freshly baked pastries, mouthwatering donuts, and other baked goods, and the café is open all day, seven days a week.
300 Bedford Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11249, Phone: 718-384-0075
2.Blue Bottle Coffee
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Located in the historic Lewis Steel Building on North 4th Street, Blue Bottle Coffee is a multi-roaster coffee chain that specializes in roasting, brewing, and serving artisan coffee using classic coffee-crafting devices. Once known for steel manufacturing, Williamsburg is now a leader in the arts, crafts, and creative scene, and Blue Bottle Coffee fits right in. Boasting a beautifully restored 1958 Faema Urania espresso machine, a vintage Probat roaster, a La Marzocco espresso machine, and Japanese Kyoto-style ice-coffee drippers, the trendy café serves a variety of standard coffee, along with specialty coffee drinks like single-origin French presses, nitrox, Chemex, and pour-over coffee.
76 N. 4th Street, Store A, Brooklyn, NY 11249
© Café Beit
Café Beit is a bustling, yet cozy neighborhood 100% barista-owned coffeehouse in Brooklyn that serves Spectrum Coffee Roasters, along with house-made baked goods, alternative milk, and specialty drinks such as Chai and Golden Milk. The coffee shop boasts a cozy interior that opens onto a spacious backyard garden, which provides a tranquil escape from the hustle and bustle of the city and can also be hired as a venue for private events. The café serves a variety of standard coffee such as americano, single and double espresso, cappuccino, macchiato, and latte, along with specialty coffee drinks like single-origin French presses, nitrox, Chemex, and pour-over coffee. Café Beit is open all day, seven days a week.
158 Bedford Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11211, Phone: 917-909-1430
© Cafe Colette
Cafe Colette is a casual American eatery with a vintage tin ceiling and zinc bar that serves brunch, lunch, dinner, and excellent coffee in a relaxed, laid-back ambiance. The café boasts a beautiful greenhouse garden, which is ideal for quiet moments or lazy brunches, and a farm-to-table menu boasts simple, rustic food prepared with fresh, locally sourced ingredients from artisanal producers and farmers. The café serves a variety of standard coffee such as americano, single and double espresso, cappuccino, macchiato, and latte, along with a range of casual wines, craft beers, and handcrafted cocktails. Cafe Colette is open for lunch and dinner, seven days a week.
79 Berry St, Brooklyn, NY 11249
© Charter Coffeehouse
Charter Coffeehouse is a small neighborhood café with a cozy, casual environment that also features a hair salon where visitors can get a haircut or have their hair styled while sipping great coffee and teas. The café has warm interiors with wood finished and plenty of seating and a pleasant, inviting ambiance. The café serves a farm-to-table menu of delectable dishes prepared with fresh, locally sourced ingredients from regional farmers and artisanal producers. The coffee menu features a selection of standard coffee drinks such as americano, single and double espresso, cappuccino, macchiato, and latte, along with a variety of teas, iced teas, and chai lattes.
309 Graham Ave #1, Brooklyn, NY 11211, Phone: 347-721-3735
© Devoción Café
Based inside an industrial brick building and former warehouse when the neighborhood was a working waterfront district, Devoción Café is a hip, chic café that serves thoughtfully-sourced Colombian coffee. The coffee house boasts steel beams; exposed brick walls flanked with greenery, natural light from a large skylight, and plenty of comfortable seating options, including plush leather sofas. The café has a roasting room where guests can see the beans being roasted to perfection before sipping a variety of coffees from drip, French press, and espresso to pour-over and cold brews. Devoción Café is open for breakfast, lunch, and early dinner, seven days a week.
69 Grand St, Brooklyn, NY 11249, Phone: 718-285-6180
The Freehold is a bar, coffee shop and restaurant with a hotel-lobby-like space where patrons can enjoy great coffee from Stumptown Coffee Roasters and teas from Harney & Sons Teas and Somage Teas gastropub fare, a variety of fine wines, craft beers and cocktails, along with stand-up comedy or live music. Freehold boasts trendy décor and a relaxed, laid-back ambiance and has a charming outdoor space with grassy lawns for alfresco-style dining, where visitors can enjoy brunch, lunch, and dinner every day of the week.
45 S 3rd St, Brooklyn, NY 11249, Phone: 718-388-7591
Northerly Coffee is a tiny hole-in-the-wall coffee café on Havemeyer Street in Brooklyn that serves a variety of standard coffee such as americano, single and double espresso, cappuccino, macchiato, and latte, along with several teas, and a selection of freshly baked pastries, fresh donuts, breakfast sandwiches and burritos, oatmeal, avocado toast, and other breakfast, brunch and lunch fare. Northerly Coffee is open all day, seven days a week.
181 Havemeyer St, Brooklyn, NY 11211
© Partners Coffee
Partners Coffee is a Brooklyn roastery and coffee shop that serves gourmet coffee and offers coffee education classes. Formerly known as Toby’s Estate, which was founded by attorney-turned-barista Toby Smith in 1997, Partners Coffee is now helmed by Australian couple Amber Jacobsen and Adam Boyd and offers locally-roasted coffee from thoughtfully-sourced beans to drink in or take home in bright packaging. The café serves a selection of freshly baked pastries and sandwiches and has a Partners Brew School that offers a wide range of brewing for people wanting to learn how to make the perfect cup of coffee in a variety of methods.
125 N 6th St, Brooklyn, NY 11249, Phone: 347-586-0063
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The Starbucks Reserve is a massive roastery is Seattle-based coffee Starbucks chain’s high-end version of the regular coffee shop. The Reserve Roastery is large and spacious and caters to more upscale clientele with trendy bars selling handcrafted cocktails, and gourmet deli-style fare. The facility has three large roasters, producing freshly roasted thoughtfully sourced beans all day, and freshly baked pastries are sourced from a local Brooklyn commissary. Specialty drinks include nitro draft latte, hazelnut Bianco latte (espresso with hazelnut praline-infused), and espresso-based ganache Signature cocktails include a Black & White Manhattan, combining coffee, bourbon, and vermouth.
154 N 7th St, Brooklyn, NY 11211, Phone: 718-384-0152
Conveniently located directly on top of the L and G trains in the heart of Williamsburg, Sugarburg is a brick-walled café-bar hybrid with dining tables, cozy booths, and a central bar serving a variety of coffee drinks, craft beers and a selection of light bites. Open for breakfast, brunch, lunch, and early evening cocktails, the café’s espresso bar serves a range of standard coffee drinks such as americano, single and double espresso, cappuccino, macchiato, and latte, along with a variety of teas, iced teas, and chai lattes. The full-service bar serves signature cocktails, whiskey, craft beers, and high-end spirits such as tequila.
519 Metropolitan Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11211, Phone: 917-618-3029
Sweatshop Coffee in Brooklyn is an Australian-inspired neighborhood café, espresso bar, and design collective offering expertly prepared flat whites and other coffee drinks and light bites in a relaxed and laid-back ambiance. Founded by Australian friends Ryan De Remer and Luke Woodard in 2014, the sleek and airy shop has an intimate vibe with concrete floors, painted brick walls, and elegant monochrome interiors. The little shop has limited seating and is often packed with digital nomads working off the complimentary wireless Internet and tucking into delicious gourmet bites such as avocado toast, melt-in-the-mouth croissants, homemade banana loaf, and jaffles.
232 Metropolitan Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11211, Phone: 917-960-7232
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Tea Bar is a cozy tea café on the corner of Driggs and North 9th streets that offers an extensive selection of teas, plus coffee & baked goods, provided in comfortable, compact quarters. Nestled amid the hustle and bustle of the hip and lively neighborhood of Williamsburg Brooklyn, the neighborhood tea café offers a serene spot where tea-lovers can sip on of a variety of over 70 loose-leaf teas from around the world, including specialty cool and refreshing cold-brew teas. Drinks are accompanied by a selection of hand-baked goods such as fresh cookies, muffins, and other light snacks.
506 Driggs Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11211, Phone: 646-361-6839
14.The Flats BKSpeed Coffee
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The Flats BKSpeed Coffee is a quaint, community-focused spot with vintage décor that serves Fair Trade, Rainforest Alliance, and Organic certified sustainable coffee roasted by The Brooklyn Roasting Company and 40 Weight Roasting Company. A variety of coffee is offered from espressos and pour over to cold brews and lattes, along with an assortment of fresh juices, breakfast burritos, bagels, and doughnuts. The inviting spot serves as a space for creatives and freelancers to work during the day and transforms into an intimate bar and live music venue by night, showcasing local bands and DJs.
308 Hooper St, Brooklyn, NY 11211, Phone: 718-599-5151
15.The West Brooklyn
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West Brooklyn is a rustic-industrial hangout that provides a comfortable, sustainable space for local creatives to showcase their works. Inspired by and named after Brooklyn-born iconic actress Mae West, The West was established in 2010 to offer a welcoming place for the district’s community of talented and progressive artists to eat, work, and be entertained. Open for breakfast, brunch, lunch and early evening cocktails, the café serves as a space for creatives and freelancers to work during the day and serves a selection of standard coffee drinks such as americano, single and double espresso, cappuccino, macchiato, and latte, along with a variety of teas. It transforms into an intimate bar and live music venue by night and offers signature cocktails, craft beers, and high-end spirits.
379 Union Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11211, Phone: 718-599-1704
16.Variety Coffee Roasters
© Variety Coffee Roasters
Variety Coffee Roasters is a popular coffee chain with several locations around the city, including a café with an old-fashioned storefront on Graham Avenue and a hip new café and barista school corner of 25th Street and 7th Avenue in Manhattan’s Chelsea neighborhood. Based in an artisan producer's historic brick warehouse with a charming courtyard, the café is a stone’s throw from the Chelsea Whole Foods and the Fashion Institute of Technology, drawing a trendy, health-conscious crowd. The bustling coffee shops serve a variety of coffee drinks such as americano, single and double espresso, cappuccino, macchiato, and latte, along with a variety of teas, iced teas, and chai lattes.
368 Graham Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11211, Phone: 347-599-2351
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17.Oslo Coffee Roasters
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Established over 15 years ago by JD and Kathy Merget, Oslo Coffee Roasters is a friendly neighborhood go-to for great coffee and conversation. Boasting three locations – the flagship store on Roebling Street, a second on Bedford Avenue, and a third in the Yorkville section of the Upper East Side, the coffee house serves their own house-roasted Oslo Coffee, using ethically-sourced beans from farmers around the world that are roasted to perfection in a small-batch Probat roaster. The café serves a variety of coffees from expertly prepared espresso drinks to cold-brewed single-origin iced coffees, along with light bites and freshly baked goodies.
133 Roebling Street, Williamsburg, Phone: 718-782-0332
© Gimme Coffee!
Gimme! Coffee is a specialty coffee roaster and grab-and-go spot on Lorimer Street that has multiple locations and a thriving wholesale business throughout New York and Ithaca. The café on Lorimer Street boasts a relaxed, laid-back place that serves espresso, drip brews, and small-batch roasted coffee beans, along with freshly baked pastries, gourmet sandwiches, and other light bites. The coffee shop also provides catering services for special occasions and private events and functions and is open all day, seven days a week.
495 Lorimer St #3510, Brooklyn, NY 11211, Phone: 718-388-7771
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18 Best Williamsburg, NYC Coffee Shops
- Black Brick Coffee, Photo: Black Brick Coffee
- Blue Bottle Coffee, Photo: Blue Bottle Coffee
- Cafe Beit, Photo: Café Beit
- Cafe Colette, Photo: Cafe Colette
- Charter Coffeehouse, Photo: Charter Coffeehouse
- Devocion Cafe, Photo: Devoción Café
- Freehold, Photo: Freehold
- Northerly Coffee, Photo: studioprodakshn/stock.adobe.com
- Partners Coffee, Photo: Partners Coffee
- Starbucks Reserve, Photo: sbo.ow-j/stock.adobe.com
- Sugarburg, Photo: Sugarburg
- Sweatshop, Photo: Prostock-studio/stock.adobe.com
- Tea Bar, Photo: Farknot Architect/stock.adobe.com
- The Flats BKSpeed Coffee, Photo: Viacheslav Iakobchuk/stock.adobe.com
- The West Brooklyn, Photo: the faces/stock.adobe.com
- Variety Coffee Roasters, Photo: Variety Coffee Roasters
- Oslo Coffee Roasters, Photo: Oslo Coffee Roasters
- Gimme Coffee, Photo: Gimme Coffee!
- Cover Photo: Vince Shaft/stock.adobe.com