Well Well Well, a coffee shop at 141 Nassau Avenue, has officially closed, the team shared on Instagram.

The shop, from owners Jenny Vazquez and Kyle McKay, only opened in June 2023, serving up Variety coffee and locally-made gifts such as ceramics, jewelry, art, t-shirts, and tote bags. The shop also stocked vinyl from Head Sounds Records.

“We’re gonna take a much needed mental break but plan to keep the brand alive in some form or another as an outlet for our stupid nonsense (art/gifts),” an Instagram caption reads. “We’ve been super stoked and grateful for everyone that came in and supported this little art project, the dream of which keep us going through the pandemic.”

The team promises that a new small business will take over.

There might have been some stiff competition, as that area is fairly saturated with coffee shops, with Poetica and Kaleidoscope sandwiching Well Well Well, not to mention Paloma, Okka, and Variety nearby.


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  1. How about opening a place where people can get quality food in a casual setting? There is a dearth of such places in Greenpoint and Williamsburg.

    1. Agreed. However quality food like beauty is in the eyes of the beholder. Actually Blue Collar burger, the small chain on Manhattan impressed me. Medium sized burger with fresh onions and lettuce for $8+ and a Hebrew national hot dog, with sabrett kraut and a New England bun for $5. It was very good in a casual 1960s settings.

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