Brown Butter NYC
Brown Butter NYC, where Haiti meets Brooklyn, is the spot to pair a perfectly-brewed cappuccino with a buttery homemade biscuit. A native of Haiti, owner Myriam Nicola infuses American breakfast traditions with the flavors of the Caribbean, serving up hot chocolate made with Haitian cocoa and biscuits topped with anything from fried chicken to strawberries and cream. And yes, they have Caribbrew, a drip that has won Gabrielle Union’s endorsement, and which keeps us close to the islands even on the coldest of days. With warm wood floors, exposed brick walls, and an outside patio, this cozy cafe combines hospitality, the neighborhood feel, and home-cooking. And as with most urban coffeeshops, it’s become a co-working oasis for those who want to work out of the home, but certainly not in the office. Cheers to the cozy, working, artsy, coffee-shop goer… and Caribbean lover looking for a place to sip a cup of coffee in the city.