Oslo Coffee

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Details
133 Roebling St (at Metropolitan Ave)
Brooklyn, NY 11211
(718) 782-0332
Coffee Shop, Café
$
Hours
Mon–Fri: 7:00 AM–7:00 PM Sat–Sun: 8:00 AM–7:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Hey friend, you can grab a free Portlandia cozie while supplies last in celebration of the season 3 premiere on 1/4 at 10/9c!
  • They use an iPad as a register but don't accept electronic payment. Something's not right there.
  • Nothing better than grabbing an iced coffee (skim, no sugar pls) and reading the NYT at the big communal table on a Sunday afternoon. Burg perfection.
  • Exhibits from local artists line the walls for viewing while you line up for coffee. Equal amounts of floor retail is dedicated to seating as for roasting. They take coffee roasting seriously!
  • Oslo management: your door is broken. It doesn't close properly without some effort and, as a result, is often left half-open by inconsiderate customers. Fifty bucks and a drill will fix it.
  • An arty crowd comes to this sleek Scandinavian-inspired espresso bar for bean blends (all named after Scandinavian gods) brewed on a Synesso espresso machine.
  • Try their caffee mocha , they are the best in the area !! :D
  • Solid coffee shop the typewriter on the table is a good look sit by it and feel it's vibes maybe you'll write something
  • Love the vibe here! Great coffee, good people, and no wifi so perfect for distraction-free reading or writing!
  • Get a lb of coffee, get a free drink!
  • Winter hours in effect 11/11/11.
  • Love the freya beans
  • Best latte! Really cute artworks by the local kids too.
  • Excellent modern coffee shop that's white, bright and airy. Love the lattes and cappuccinos.
  • Go for a soy latte!!! Yummy!
  • Pretty good coffee, but crappy service which is typical of a place run by hipsters.
  • good and strong coffee. not even the espresso! just a cup of "regular" coffee. excellent.
  • The muffins here are pretty damn good. Pumpkin, apple, cranberry, if they've got it.
  • good local coffee place to pop in on the way to somewhere
  • Great shop to work out of, everywhere else was packed but Oslo had plenty of seats. Great value for the coffee you get.