East One Coffee Roasters, Carroll Gardens

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NEW YORK CITY | East One Coffee Roasters is a Carroll Gardens favourite, with locals flocking to the cafe for the great coffee, delicious food, and friendly service. You can tell that it’s a true neighbourhood spot from the moment you walk inside. Families, friends, and people from all walks of life, enjoying themselves and creating a really great atmosphere.

It’s owned by Massachusetts native Tom Cummings, who spent time running restaurants and cafes in Copenhagen and London, with a 10 year stint working for IKEA’s food and design department. It’s no surprise that the cafe has a bit of a European feel about it.

Coffee is fantastic, with an assortment of espresso and filter options available. The bright, vibrant house blend combines beans from Ethiopia, Tanzania, and Guatemala and tastes great. It works particularly well as a cold brew on ice. There’s also a lot of delicious non-coffee options, and alcoholic drinks. Try the spiced orange coffee soda with Neversink apple gin.

Food wise, East One is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Think Rohan duck egg hash with fingerling potatoes, roasted green peppers, tomatillo salsa, frisée, & fried egg, malted pancakes with berry compote, mascarpone, & maple syrup, and ginger chicken brown rice congee with enoki mushrooms, garlic chips, chili oil, and cilantro.

East One also have a two smaller Manhattan locations – in Chelsea and the East Village.

East One Coffee Roasters

384 Court Street
Brooklyn
New York 11231
United States

Telephone: 347 987 4919
E-mail: [email protected]
Website

Open
Mon – Fri: 7:00am to 7:00pm
Sat – Sun: 8:00am to 7:00pm

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