The cafe is designed for the laptop set with plenty of outlets and big tables, its owners 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.
The café on Throop Avenue is among several businesses in Brooklyn reviving the game.
Black Gold plans to sell coffee, snacks and records at the Gowanus museum on Third Avenue, owners said.
The new drinks spot created by Little Zelda's owner will open on Nostrand Avenue this month.
The Trinidadian spot is one of four businesses opening in Crown Heights this month and in the new year.
Landlord Harold Dixon says he wants the Tea Lounge space to remain a community-centered coffee shop.
The Tea Lounge at Union Street and Seventh Avenue is closing its doors, owner Jonathan Spiel said.
Odradeks has opened a new location in Midwood.
A holistic wellness center and a new Starbucks opened last month on Franklin Avenue in Crown Heights.
"Manhattan is a mall," The West owner said. "We don't have to accept that Brooklyn is on the same path."
The owner of Bushwick's Coffee Shop posted a screed on Instagram calling Jews "greedy infiltrators."
Al Tak created a new pastry to make his newly opened Creffle Cafe unique.
Central Perk, the fictional coffee shop from "Friends," will open as a pop-up on Lafayette Street.
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