BÚÐIN

Café, Bar, Coffee Shop
$ $
114 Greenpoint Ave (btwn Manhattan Ave & Franklin St)
Brooklyn, NY 11222
(347) 844-9639
Monday
7:00am - 12:00am
Tuesday
7:00am - 12:00am
Wednesday
7:00am - 12:00am
Thursday
7:00am - 12:00am
Friday
7:00am - 10:00pm
Saturday
8:00am - 1:00am
Sunday
8:00am - 12:00am

Tips

  • North Brooklyn in Nordic mood Fantastic new coffee shop in Greenpoint. Minimalist scandinavian design. Scandinavian coffee roasters: Johan & Nystrm, Tim Wendelboe or Reykjavk Roasters, Smily team.
  • BIN stocks coffee beans by Tim Wendelboe of Norway and Koppi of Sweden, with guest beans from other parts of the nordic region and the option to sign up to a whole-bean subscription service
  • Bring your headphones unless you like overhearing dbags discussing million dollar real estate all damn day
  • The $10 licorice-flecked latte is definitely worth trying - at least once. Super friendly baristas as well!
  • Super friendly new coffee shop in Greenpoint. Try the chocolate covered licorice!
  • Fantastic coffee, beer, an outdoor patio, and fast wifi. What more do you need?
  • Quite possibly the platonic ideal of a coffee shop to get work done at. Plenty of seating and light, great coffee, and free wifi.
  • So popular for laptops that it can be hard to get a seat despite a large bar, 2 front tables, 3 stool height 4 tops and a garden (weather allowing), Bdin offers coffee from many roasters. Free wifi.
  • The perfect place to spend a few hours of your day, especially on the weekend.
  • for an espresso in the neighborhood.
  • Perfect for a lazy Sunday of coffee, reading books and people watching.
  • The rich Lakkrs latte is certainly worth it, although it's more of a dessert. Coffee and espresso are executed very well, and they stock some interesting Nordic goods. Beer & wine as well.
  • Greenpoint is spoiled for great coffee shop backyards. Budin has a pretty chill backyard, sports clean Nordic design, one of the most interesting multi-roaster menus in NYC, wifi, plugs & craft beer.
  • Half off the $10 latte today!
  • Take your first sip of the $10 latte. Wait for it...what do you taste? Licorice, or ....Bagel Bites?! RIGHT?! Once you know, you can't not taste it.
  • Very pretty but I can't imagine this will@last long. Over priced meh coffee and Swedish random stuff.
  • Light-filled Scandinavian- and Icelandic-inspired new coffee house on Greenpoint Avenue. Sexy, contemporary design and prices to match but worth every penny.
  • Try the $7 latte. "Beans grown in Ethiopia, roasted in Norway, the anise syrup and raw licorice powder both from Denmark."
  • Modern swedish coffee house. Large in size but intimate setting. Quality beverages. Grab a coffee, sit here and get your creative mind on.
  • Their Scandinavian roast is a game change for NYC coffee

Nearby places

2 Greenpoint Ave (at West St)
60 Greenpoint Ave (btwn Franklin St & West St)
107 Franklin St (btwn Noble St & Greenpoint Ave)