In case you missed it:
Sugarburg, one of my favorite places in the city right now, has added coffee to their repertoire. This development makes the establishment pretty much perfect.
- It’s beautifully built and designed, with artistic, woodsy, creative facets the owner and his brothers and friends built by hand (inspired by Burning Man).
- It’s located on Williamsburg’s most convenient corner, Metropolitan and Union Ave., where the L and G train meet gracefully at the bar’s doorstep.
- The craft beer selection is impeccable and sizable while carefully curated, and constantly changing.
- The food is great, oh man, the brussels sprouts, and the poutine which might be the best in the borough.
- They specialize in whiskey, also—NBD.
- NOW THEY HAVE COFFEE.
The new coffee program is headed by lead barista Michael Mason, serving up flat whites, cold brew and drip by way of Brooklyn Roasting Company, accompanied by a full espresso bar. As an extra bonus, pastries have been added to the menu, too.
Check out the news in my post on Brokelyn—the title of this post is a link.