06 MAR

Park Slope’s Noella Brew Bar Has Closed

Noella Brew Bar | 7th Ave | Park Slope Noella Brew Bar | Park Slope

According to an announcement on their Facebook page, Noella Brew Bar, the Third Wave Coffee reincarnation of owner Melissa Rapoport’s original Park Slope coffee shop, Ozzie’s Coffee, has closed as of this past Sunday, March 3rd, 2013 after a little more than a year in business.

Although it wasn’t a coffee destination for us, it was a good place to work and enjoy their homemade goodies. Best of luck to the former employees and to Ms. Rapoport herself.

One Response to “Park Slope’s Noella Brew Bar Has Closed”

  1. March 06, 2013 at 12:15 pm, D. Robert said:

    I feel like Park Slope exists in its own coffee universe, stuck between the 2nd and 3rd waves. I get the impression residents on the whole are looking for a cafe/workspace more than a good cup of coffee, but the neighborhood’s overhead costs prevent such a beast with low turnover from thriving. Without the income of the walk-in/out customers (whom I assume to be more focused on taste than space), I doubt any shop of a decent size can survive. And with all the neighborhood competition (Gorilla isn’t too far from the Noella space, as is Cafe Regular), those walk-in/outs might be hard to come by.


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