Barcey’s might look like just another Brooklyn cafe, but one look at the menu reveals more than the typical pastries and lattes. Sure, you’ve got all the usual breakfast suspects, like yogurt parfaits, smoothies, bagels and sandwiches, but there’s also much more than that. Barcey’s menu runs the gamut from chicken and waffles to ramen with pork belly to crab banh mi. The options largely follow a New American theme, with Filipino and Asian fusion influences. If you’re in the mood for something a little stronger than coffee, order a cold beer or glass of wine. With free Wifi and plenty of outlets, it’s also a convenient spot to hole up to get some work done or squeeze in some study time.
Barcey’s food and atmosphere encapsulates the concepts of fusion and inspiration. “Fusion” can often be a vague and overused term, but at its core is the concept of fusing together modern and ethic elements. Melding not only elements of Filipino cuisine with other East Asian techniques but also bringing the subtleties of comfort food together with innovative culinary boldness.
Offering free Wifi, plenty of power outlets, and just around the corner from the DeKalb stop off of the L train, Barcey’s prides itself in being a convenient and comfortable spot for locals and visitors. Come work on laptops, lunch with clients or coworkers, dine with friends and family, or if you do not feel like leaving the comfort of your own home, let us deliver food to you. Please check out our online menus, visit our Facebook and Instagram pages.
140 Saint Nicholas Ave
Brooklyn, New York
|Cross street:||at Stockholm St|
|Opening hours:||Monday-Sunday 8am - 7pm|
|Transport:||Subway: L to DeKalb Ave|
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