Crop to Cup Opens on Atlantic Avenue in Brooklyn Heights


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Our pals at Brooklyn Based post news of the official opening of Crop to Cup (aka @139 Atlantic) at 139 Atlantic Avenue:

Brooklyn Based: The shelves are lined with McClure’s Pickles, Nunu Chocolates, Early Bird Granola, and Kumquat Cupcakery’s miniature cupcakes, which are baked in-house, (they’re planning to hold a contest for a Crop to Cup-exclusive cupcake flavor in the coming weeks) and the cafe will sell their own baked goods like muffins and oatmeal cookies. These locally sourced foodstuffs are a welcome addition to the area–until now Brooklyn’s homemade bounty has been harder to find in Brooklyn Heights than in Williamsburg or Park Slope. Crop to Cup will also be a delivery spot for people who sign up for Basis’ Good Food To You drop-off program, a weekly CSA-style service that delivers locally sourced fruit, produce, meat, and dairy.

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  • Eric

    Looking forward to a nearby Tazza alternative. The space looks cool and the owners seem really nice.

    As an aside, I’ve been participating in the Basis food delivery there for the last 3 weeks. I can’t say enough good things about it. Their online ordering process is still a little confusing, but to walk down the street to pick up pre-ordered (but fresh) locally grown foods has been amazing. I think it’ll be a huge boon to the community aspect of this particular Crop to Cup cafe.

  • CFB

    The location has the potential to be a nice quirky coffee house, but 1) $1.75 for an 8 oz cup of coffee is a little pricey, and 2) they’re closing at 6 PM, so no opportunities for an after-hours hangout.