Uptown Roasters is, in fact, a roastery uptown - but they also have a few coffee shops. And if you’re looking for a place to work in Park Slope, this is one of your better options. The space is minimalist, with a little seating area off to one side and a couple of picnic tables in a little back room. There isn’t a ton of food here (just pastries), but the service is friendly and they make some quality coffee.
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