Let’s get straight to the point. This seems like a great neighborhood spot. If you are looking for a destination. Eh. this is probably not your place.
NEIGHBORHOOD: Park Slope , Brooklyn
ADDRESS: 326 6th St.
NEW YORKER TRANSLATION: 6th St and 5th Ave in Park Slope
PLUG SITUATION: There are a good amount. I wouldn’t be worried about finding a place to charge if your laptop is running low.
SEATING: Plenty of options with an array of furnishings to sit on.
WIFI: works fine. No complaints
BATHROOM SITUATION: Yep. It exists. Nothing special though
NOISE LEVEL: Fairly quiet.
LIGHTING: Stereotypical coffeeshop. It’s on the darker side with lamps and focused more on natural light. I’m a fan.
FOOD: It was average. Not super impressed. Otherwise basic.
OVERALL: Not bad and a good place to post up for a few hours. It’s comfortable, quiet and has good coffee (oh and a printer. That’s big!) Not impressed with the food. It’s really a destination though.
The ground rules of course for any coffee shop. Don’t be a dick and read the room. Order food and drinks if you are going to post up. Unless, you get the vibe otherwise try not to spend more than like two hours. This is a pretty basic (but also personable guide) to the top coffeeshops in New York City to get work done — great for remote workers, writers, and students alike.