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 owners of Franklin Avenue's Breukelen Coffee House hope to open their new restaurant in April.
Astoria Coffee and the Astoria Bookshop are teaming up to host the Drunk Vocab Bee on Saturday.
Both locations closed in the last week, according to signage posted on the coffee shops' doors.
The cafe is designed for the laptop set with plenty of outlets and big tables, its owners said.
The quaint cafe at Henry and Sackett streets will close "Saturday for good," an employee said.
Locus opened its doors Jan. 2 at 23-14 Ditmars Blvd., serving coffee and crepes.
Chopping Block, at 41 John St., serves sandwiches and salads with roasted ingredients.
Fika features chocolates by Hakan Martensson, who crafts candy dinosaurs, skulls and Yoda.
The Snow Day, an espresso spiked with bitters, is a winter special at the West Broadway cafe.
Blue Bottle will open a cafe on Seventh Avenue near Third Street, the company announced.
The Brooklyn-based coffee company will open its first Manhattan outpost in the spring.
Michelle Gardner left her job in finance to open Chalait, fulfilling her dream of owning a cafe.
The new drinks spot created by Little Zelda's owner will open on Nostrand Avenue this month.
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