PARK SLOPE — California's Blue Bottle Coffee is expanding its roster of New York locations with a cafe set to open this spring in Park Slope, the company announced on Twitter.
The Oakland-based joe joint, known for carefully crafting each customer's coffee drink at "pour-over bars," will bring its painstaking brewing methods to 203 Seventh Ave. near Third Street, Eater first reported. The space was last occupied by Ocean Fish Market.
Menu details haven't been released, but the cafe will have a "food program," a spokeswoman said. Some of Blue Bottle's other cafes serve breakfast and lunch items, including eggs, soups, sandwiches and salads.
Customers will also be able to enjoy a 200-square-foot patio and 800 square feet of indoor space at the Park Slope location, a spokeswoman said.
Blue Bottle started in Oakland and now has outposts in Bryant Park, Chelsea and Rockefeller Center, along with four other New York locations.
Each location is tailored to its surroundings, according to the Blue Bottle website. The company hasn't said yet what that will mean in Park Slope, but it declared on Twitter that strollers will be welcome at the new cafe.