212B Pacific Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201
Everyday 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Stumptown Cobble Hill is our first cafe in Brooklyn, located in a historic neighborhood known for its cobblestone streets, period architecture, and community-centric vibes. Built in 1863, this landmark space was originally built to be a firehouse and functioned as such until 1869. Our neighbors upstairs have kept the building in their family for years, and have devoted themselves to restoring the facade of the building back to its original glory with precise attention to detail. With the help of the amazing Jessica Helgerson Interior Design and a myriad of skilled designers and craftsmen, we reinvigorated the space with the work of artists and intentional details while keeping the authentic history of the building intact. The cafe is filled with the work of 5 prolific artists - Zachary Marvick who made our rune-like ceiling tile, Nix and Gerber who created peep-hole installations in our bathrooms, Melanie Nead who hand-painted our custom La Marzocco Linea PB espresso machine, and Marcel Dzama who created a majestic custom triptych titled “To Rise and Fall and to Rise and Fall Again” especially for our space.
This cafe marks our first in New York to feature both hot and cold food options, provided to us by our amazing friends Lalito. In addition to a full espresso bar, drip coffee, brew-by-the-cup offerings and Cold Brew, you can enjoy kombucha from Big Easy Bucha, and pastries from Roberta’s.