Cafe Pedlar

Coffee Shop, Café
210 Court St (at Warren St)
Brooklyn, NY 11201
(718) 855-7129
7:00am - 7:00pm
7:00am - 7:00pm
7:00am - 7:00pm
7:00am - 7:00pm
7:00am - 7:00pm
7:00am - 7:00pm
7:00am - 7:00pm



  • Coffee was tasty - girl not so smiley. Observation: bk employees seem to be rude/standoffish off the bat. Not sure if its because they don't want you to know that they just got there from Oklahoma?
  • Small location with big orders of Stumptown coffee to serve. Order an Americano to go with their pretzel topped with Vermont butter.
  • Best Coffee in NYC!
  • get a latte
  • Cup of coffee and pretzel with sweet butter. Breakfast of champions
  • One of the only places in the neighborhood to get Stumptown beans.
  • Get an extra shot in your latte. Normal one just doesn't quite cut it, buzz-wise.
  • get a rye sandwich.
  • This is one of the best coffee shops in Cobble Hill. They serve Stumptown brews and it's generally a nice, quiet place to sit, enjoy coffee, and do some reading.
  • Maddeningly inconsistent.When they're paying attention, Pedlar can be very good. Hope for a sufficiently caffeinated barista! Pastries (from Bien Cuit?) also great. Good luck getting a seat.
  • Even with all the new coffee spots opening in Cobble Hill this is still my favorite spot for drip coffee or an iced latte. Enjoy Stumptown or Four Barrel beans, and skip Blue Bottle around the corner.
  • Brewed-to-order Stumptown coffee, sweet and savory croissants, and gourmet chocolate bars for those on the go.
  • small lids don't fit the cups, coffee leaks, you'll dump your drink in someone's trash on the way to the train so you can get to work (took so long to get coffee you're already late enough).
  • What to Order: A cup of pour-over coffee, brewed with a v60.
  • americanosget them hot, or iced. perfect.
  • If you can tear your mind away from the buttered pretzelbrot stick long enough to enjoy your coffee, you'll find lush cappuccinos and potent espresso shots.
  • No wifi unfortunately :(
  • Get a black coffee.
  • Great coffee. Annoying hipsters stand around aimlessly so more of a to-go than to-stay place for me.
  • The roast beef sandwich ($9) is as cool and refreshing as a drink of water in the desert: medium rare and sliced in superthin sheets, stacked densely on rippled, just-slightly-chewy pizza bianca.

Nearby places

130 Court St (at Atlantic Ave)
Clinton St (btwn Congress St & Verandah Pl)
265 Court St (at Butler St)