This was my first laundromat that I went to after moving out that was suggested by my roommates when I first moved to downtown Williamsburg in Brooklyn.
I felt terrible when I was super late on the day Kate and I were supposed to grab lunch. I couldn't find any bart parking for some reason. I had rushed to three different bart stations near my area and I still couldn't find parking.
Fast forward to when I actually met up with Katell, we decided to go eat at Black Point Cafe. We never ate there before and didn't exactly know what was on the menu, but we wanted to try out something new that day when we had our lunch together.
As we got out and said goodbye to our Lyft driver, we realized that the cafe was really close to the Pier and there was actually a Ghiradelli shop right across the street from where we were eating at. (We thought of getting ice cream as dessert after our meal.)
Surprisingly, as we walked in, the cafe didn't seem too big. But after we ordered, we realized there were a ton of seats downstairs and there was a bit of a view from the windows of the cafe to the pier. The mood of the cafe was amazing, it felt to me like I was at home. There was a lot of plants inside the cafe and lots of big windows for the sun to shine inside the seating area.
This place is pretty much like a self-serving cafe. You order at the register, you get your drinks at the register, you get your food at the register, and you get your own utensils upstairs as well.
Kate ordered a tuna melt sandwich and I ordered a vegetarian sandwich with chai tea latte. We both loved our sandwiches. It was delicious, crispy and fresh. My sandwich had purple onions, some sprouts, cucumbers, and avocados. I honestly am not a big fan of avocados by itself, but when it was combined with the other toppings inside my sandwich, it was super good. My mouth was watering when I sandwich placed in front of me. My chai tea latte was also wonderful as well. I had soy milk added to my latte; although it was semi-sweet, the taste of chai was still there. I asked the guy at the register not to change the sweetness of the chai tea latte because I wanted to taste the latte how it normally tastes... And if I didn't like how sweet it was, I'll change it next time I go there.
Anyways, if you're interested in checking this awesome cafe out, heres a link to their Facebook page right over here ➞ Black Point Cafe
During the Summer before school started, my friend Kate and I decided to grab a cup of tea and some nice pastries to eat before going to Dolores park to chill in the nice warm sun. It was kind of rare that there was a hot sunny day in San Francisco, so we both enjoyed the weather.
The interior of the coffee shop has a nice urban feel to it. Many people sitting around us were drinking coffee and on their laptops doing their work, or they were just chilling and chatting with their friends about what's going on with their lives. Pretty much what I'm trying to tell you is that they have a chill vibe in their coffee shop and I would be down to go back again.
If you want to check out more of their store information, click here ⇢ craftsman and wolves