Who knows what the name means. Maybe it’s Norwegian. If you’re really that interested, just use Google translate. All you need to know is that, this is just a nice, bright coffee shop in Park Slope where you can get a quick, well-made breakfast or lunch. Come have some buckwheat pancakes or a masala-spiced chicken salad. Nothing really costs too much, and they even roast their own coffee beans. But if you plan on bringing your laptop, know that there might be restrictions at peak hours.
The Best Restaurants In Park Slope
Home to more than just brownstones, babies, and brunches, Park Slope has a mind-blowing number of restaurants. Here are the best ones.
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Camperdown Elm a neighborhood spot deep in Park Slope where you can get some creative American food in a nice, casual environment.
Al Di La
Al Di La is the ultimate neighborhood Italian restaurant. If you live in Park Slope, congratulations.
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A little Italian cafe and sandwich shop on the Upper East Side near Central Park. We love the sandwiches, but hate how much they cost.
Blossom Du Jour
An Upper West Side escape from the usual Chipotle and Lenny's lunchtime rotation. Everything's vegan, but it's not all kale.
A restaurant that only serves bacon, egg and cheese sandwiches. No, this is not a joke. BEC is real, and it's here to cure your hangover.
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