Colson PatisserieBakery • Brooklyn, United States
Incredibly sweet baristas! Tip them if you can.
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They have a mixer completely covered in magenta rhinestones. Might be Snapchat-worthy.
Cocktails are mostly simple syrup. Avoid (or try ordering without it). Salads are tasty and well-portioned.
Part coffee shop, wine bar, grocery, and deli, they have a bit of everything! Incredibly warm service. Try a cold-pressed coffee or Paloma, depending on the day you've had.
Their cocktails are superbly crafted. Indecisive? Let Josh make a recommendation. He knows his mixology shit.
If you join the Netgear Wi-Fi, the password is zanyviolin958.
Do not refuse a bagel. No idea where they're from, but they're super fresh, billowly soft, and simply divine.
They're open until 10 P.M. Thursday nights, so you can make it here after work.
Get the black sesame soup with dumplings or walnut soup.
Their mole sauce is beautifully-complex with deep, earthy flavors, balanced out by some spiciness and sweetness
Say hi to Alison, and don't put skim milk in her coffee.
Request Angie as your server, and give her a big tip. She's the sweetest!
I loved the 1920s cocktail. The live lounge music will transport you.
Try the cardamon cake! It's dense, crispy on the edges, and not too sweet.
Try their baingan bharta! Luscious and not really smoky, more heavy on roasted garlic and tomato than anything. Avoid their lamb vindaloo, tastes like ketchup.
Oh, also try their kale mushroom turnovers. Savory and slightly spicy. Delicious!
The beet brownie is chocolaty and moist, not too sweet.