Brooklyn's First Cat Café Let's You Take Your New Furry Friend Home
This Montague Street spot offers something a little different than other storefronts in the area: the opportunity to play with fluffy, friendly, snuggly cats, with visits priced per half hour. Unwind after a long day with a little animal therapy. Plus, Brooklyn's first cat cafe is the only one in the city run by a non-profit animal rescue organization. Ready to add a family member? All of the cats are available for adoption. You can walk in any time, but reservations are welcome and will guarantee your admittance during peak hours.
All of the chicken at the green-market-inspired rotisserie Beasts & Bottles comes from Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, so you know your meal was sourced thoughtfully and ethically. Indulge in the truffled chicken for two, featuring a from-scratch truffle pot pie, wild mushrooms, fingerling potatoes, and black truffle jus. Or try the roasted cauliflower with a miso glaze, the vegetable lasagna, the whole rainbow trout... Literally everything here is high quality and delicious.
Brooklyn Cat Cafe
76 Montague Street, Brooklyn
Beasts & Bottles
151 Atlantic Ave, Brooklyn