Friday, January 23, 2015


A new cafe will open in Windsor Terrace tomorrow (Friday, January 23rd) on the site formerly occupied by Juice Pedaler and, before that, Lonelyville Coffee.

Elk's menu will feature sandwiches made exclusively for them by Brancaccio's Food Shop, coffee from Stumptown Coffee Roasters, pastries from Park Slope's Colson Patisserie, and sweets from Ovenly and Magpies Bake Shop.

Breakfast and lunch options will include sandwiches, bagels, scones, tea bread, cookies, doughnuts, and much more.

The family-friendly café will host activities for children in its back garden. But until the weather allows that, they'll have story-times, songs, and hot chocolate indoors.

Elk's owner is Kari Browne, the owner of Lark Cafe in Ditmas Park.

Sandwich menu
  • smoked salmon, red onion, capers, and spicy mascarpone  $9
  • marinated flat iron steak with sweet onions  $9
  • ham and fontina cheese with gherkins and grain mustard  $8.50
  • roasted eggplant, mozzarella, and pesto  $8.50
  • grilled cheese  $7

Elk's open hours tomorrow are 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Elk Cafe

154 Prospect Park Southwest
between Vanderbilt and Seeley streets 
across from the Vanderbilt Street Playground in Prospect Park
Windsor Terrace, Brooklyn
(718) 853-5500