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NYC Coffee Guide – Hungry Ghost Cafe (Prospect Heights)

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Made a stop by Hungry Ghost for an afternoon pick me up. Perfect weekend days always involve a leisurely cup of coffee and a trip to unexpected parts of town (and avoiding the office ha!). I really liked the bar inside the cafe. It was a great gunmetal greyish color and large, so it fit the long narrow space nicely. I didn’t capture a shot of it (oops), partly because the angle was a little difficult and partly because it can feel self conscious taking pictures in public… but a nice cafe and worth checking out!

 

The Brooklyn Museum » Sher She GoesSeptember 4, 2013 - 12:16 pm

[…] Prospect Park to see some greenery at the Brooklyn Botanical (and check out the nearby Hungry Ghost coffee shop). But, when I got off the 2,3 train stop I was standing right at the entrance to the […]

Grey | lovewishfully.comMarch 21, 2014 - 3:54 pm

What a cute name for a cafe! I love old buildings, and I’m just loving that gorgeous old brick and ceiling. I wish we still had more of that in the midwest.

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Samantha at Our Traveling BlogMarch 5, 2016 - 6:17 pm

Love all the pictures. Reminds me of how much I enjoyed hanging out and relaxing at Celestial Seasonings in Boulder, CO. So peaceful and smells so nice. Thanks for sharing.

SherMarch 5, 2016 - 9:09 pm

ooh I haven’t been back to Boulder in years! I remember it being such a nice town. I did the Celestial Seasonings tour too and the smell of all those teas was heaven!

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