Daughter is a mission-driven coffee shop and cafe in Crown Heights that looks like the inside of a salt cave. What started as a Kickstarter campaign is now a full-blown reality, with a small cafe counter, huge street-facing windows, and a bunch of built-in banquettes that look like giant stones. Swing by for a frittata and an iced coffee in the morning, or stick around and get some work done at a patio table outside. Every month Daughter donates 10% of its profits to non-profit organizations like Ancient Song Doula Services and The Water Project, and to learn more, you can head to their website.
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