Brooklyn Kolache Co in New York City

Cafe / Restaurant
Moderate Noise
Plugs everywhere

Original Scout + Editors

Community verified

Who's clocked in to get work done here

Workspace Details + Amenities

Coffee Kitten Coffee
Food Pastries, sweet & savory Kolache's, Breakfast Tacos, To-go oatmeal
Seating Capacity 28
Outside Seating 8
Group Space Little to None
Types of Seating Small tables
Keywords Has Food, Has Power
Web www.brooklynkolacheco.com  

Pro Tips

In the mornings it's usually pretty dead, which is great! The back room can get pretty chilly during the winter, so prep yourself for that. The lights about the tables in the back have a power outlet on them. The front has outlets near most of the tables and the bench/bar seating. Afternoon can get crowded, thus slowing down the WiFi a bit.

Always new artwork cycling in and out. Music varies depending on who is working but it's a combo of riot grrl and indie/diy pop, not very loud though. Lighting is more on the darker side, since the front windows face North and the back windows are closed during the winter. In the back room there are individual lights over each table. No pets/No bikes.

  • Having grown up with kolaches, I was extra excited to hear about this place … I had to ask Ross (who scouted this place) about his faves. Here’s the full list, but his faves are Sausage, Jalapeno and Cheese and Poppyseed. Can’t wait to try ’em out.

    Sweet Cheese
    Blueberry w/ Sweet Cheese
    Strawberry w/ Sweet Cheese
    Lemon Curd
    Poppy Seed
    PB & J (not available in mini)
    PB & Chocolate (not available in mini)

    Kielbasa & Cheese (w/ OR w/out Jalapeno)
    Kielbasa (w/ OR w/out Cheese)
    Smoked Beef Sausage
    Smoked Beef Sausage (w/ OR w/out Jalapeno)
    Smoked Ham & Cheddar
    Spinach & Feta
    Pimento Cheese

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