DNAinfo rounded up 17 coffee shops in Crown Heights, many of which moved to the neighborhood recently.
Colina Cuervo will open on Nostrand Avenue in the next month, its owner said.
The 100-year-old Greenwich Village cafe is closing after it was sold, according to reports and staff.
Lot 77 opened recently at Southbridge Towers, serving pastries inspired by French and Japanese desserts.
The cafe is designed for the laptop set with plenty of outlets and big tables, its owners said.
The city was largely spared by the blizzard, but transit had not returned to normal Tuesday morning.
Locus opened its doors Jan. 2 at 23-14 Ditmars Blvd., serving coffee and crepes.
Branch Ofc. is co-owned by a veteran of local beer hall Franklin Park and Clinton Hill spot Hanson Dry.
The East Village institution, which opened in 1904, will close next week, according to reports.
A proposed 12-seat cafe that plans to serve alcohol is not "appropriate" for the area, residents say.
D'Amico Coffee will remain closed until next week for a "total renovation," owners said.
The cafe will take the place of an historic diner that was destroyed by Hurricane Sandy.
Burger King will move out by the end of the year, according to real estate broker Barry Nissen.
Al Tak created a new pastry to make his newly opened Creffle Cafe unique.
An armed robber entered Outpost Lounge and demanded cash and a laptop on August 22, according to police.
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