Brooklyn Heights was in desperate need for a cozy, neighborhood cafe with halfway decent food and coffee. And Brooklyn Heights got just that with the opening of Iris Cafe.
But it’s more than just decent–it’s damn good. The coffee is Stumptown and French pressed, the specials are bold, and the salads refreshing and satisfying, especially when paired with the complimentary hunk of bread with butter.
The only problem is finding space to sit. Go during off hours when you can eat with leisure, enjoy the decor, and eavesdrop on the entertaining conversations of the rich and hip Brooklynites.
And be sure to get a Nutella bar. You’ll thank me later. And then you’ll hate me forever.