Budin

If you love Nordic design just like we do, don’t forget to take a trip to Búðin. This cozy coffee place was opened by three friends that wanted to combine their love of coffee, a passion for the Nordic aesthetic and their Icelandic heritage in a New York City context. Here you’ll find high quality specialty coffee, draft beer, and houseware created by Scandinavian designers. Oh, and Búðin means ‘The Shop’ in Icelandic and it’s pronounced as “Boo-th-in”.

Budin

  • 114 Greenpoint Avenue, Brooklyn, NY, United States

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