House of Small Wonder
This new Williamsburg café nails the coffeeshop aesthetic: faded vintage furnishings, cutesy trinkets, a windowsill garden. The name doesn't lie about the shops' scope: It's a cozy little place, though the sunshine-enhancing skylights help brighten things up (never mind the roar of the BQE a few feet away). The menu has standard offerings like espresso ($1.75) and croissants, plus snackable mini sandwiches ($4) like spicy salumi and arugula baguette and Monte Cristos. Don't leave without trying the croissant bread pudding ($3)—a sweet treat for this sweet spot. Catch on before the freelancers do.