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Konditori Park Slope
Nearby Subway Stops
R at Union St.; 2, 3 at Bergen St.
American Express, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
- Great Desserts
- Tea Time
- No Alcohol
Per Inglander and Ronny Kaj opened a coffee shop in Park Slope without giving it a name (locals called it the “nameless café” or “186,” among other things), but when they opened a second shop on the Lower East Side, they decided to properly Christen both establishments. And the name is … Konditori! If you’re like, “huh?” it’s what they call coffee shops in Sweden — Per is Swedish, after all (he makes the coco balls himself) and Konditori’s specialty is a medium-roast, Swedish-style house blend. In addition to the daily roasted coffee (served in French presses, if you so desire), there are bagels, muffins, and sandwiches.
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