Qathra Cafe

Relaxing and welcoming, Qathra Cafe is a wonderful choice if you’re looking for good coffee and good food with a difference. The owner James works closely with local businesses to provide high quality products to his customers. Most of the food is sourced from farmers’ markets and local bakeries, while the coffee comes from a small business managed by a mother and son who buy the coffee directly from Nicaraguan farmers, roast the beans in Williamsburg, and sell them directly to James.

Qathra Cafe

  • 1112 Cortelyou Road, Brooklyn, NY, United States

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