I completed my undergraduate degree in Brooklyn, where many colleges are considered “commuter schools.” This meant that I spent very little time actually on campus and more time at local coffee shops. There are so many Brooklyn cafés in which remote workers, students, and freelancers can get their work done and enjoy a good cup of coffee.
1. Ava Brew
Ava Brew was designed with the local work community in mind — with a lounge-like atmosphere perfect for working or smaller post-work meetings. For those who work remotely into the later part of the day, Ava Brew also offers wine and craft beer options.
What to Order: The Nutella Latte
100 Willoughby Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201