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Much as this coffeehouse prides itself on fresh-brewed hot and iced drinks, distilled Williamsburg culture is its most prominent offering. The wood-floored, low-lit café flanks Bedford Avenue's mini-mall, with several sidewalk tables, large windows up front, and a dim, soothing back area on a platform two steps from the rest of room. A constant stream of the young and fashionable, among them musicians from local bands and writers who linger for hours over their laptops, queue up for coffee and its relatives, including smooth, cold-brewed iced coffee, creamy Spanish latte (made with sweetened condensed milk), and peppermint iced tea, as well as bagels, chunky chocolate chip cookies, and pleasantly tart cherry-berry muffins. Oatmeal and daily soups warm up the daytime menu, and a few wines and beers enhance the calmer night hours.Extra
Most of the tables are suited to one or two, but a wedge of a booth in back is occasionally free for a group.Recommended Dishes
Iced coffee, $2.75; chocolate chip cookie, $2.50