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Dog-Friendly Cafe Boris & Horton Expanding to Williamsburg with Flagship Location


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To utilize the parlance of our times, dog ownership in North Brooklyn remains in a bit of a “flop era” (no offense to the accountable dog owners out there, complete offense for the careless ones who don’t get after their family pet and force common greenspace to close down). And we completely get it — honestly, there aren’t adequate locations in the location where dogs and people can quietly (and sanitarily) exist together.

So we at Greenpointers are happy to reveal the arrival of a Williamsburg area of Boris & Horton, the East Village coffee shop that costs itself as “New York’s first dog-friendly cafe.”

“Boris & Horton is New York’s first Department of Health approved dog-friendly café where customers are welcome to bring their own dogs inside,” the coffee shop’s website. “In addition to serving great coffee, beer, wine and snacks, Boris & Horton also hosts adoption events and fundraisers with the hope that many dogs find their forever homes here.”

Boris & Horton very first opened in 2018, the creation of owners Coppy Holzman and Logan Mikhly (and yes, Boris and Horton are their genuine dogs). Last August, What Now New York reported about the group’s strategies to broaden into Williamsburg with a 2nd area, at 510 Driggs Avenue. What Now New York likewise reports that Boris & Horton is wanting to obtain an alcohol license.

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While the group revealed on Instagram that the brand-new area is still a minimum of 2 months far from opening, we’re sure it will be welcomed with open arms, thinking about that North Brooklyn is home to three times as many dogs as the citywide average (according to City Councilmember Lincoln Restler’s workplace).

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