Brady’s Coffee Bar in Yeonnam-dong
Brady’s Coffee Bar is located in Yeonnam-dong, a neighbourhood that brims with aesthetic and unique cafes.
With a cafe and cocktail bar on the same premises, Brady’s Coffee Bar is a location to add to your itinerary if you’re a fan of both coffee and alcohol.
Rustic European-style interior
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Upon entering the cafe, you’ll notice a small basin-like water feature in the midst of the rustic interior of the cafe.
You can sit there to enjoy a cup of coffee whilst enjoying the gentle sounds of flowing water.
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The cafe is dedicated to their vintage cottagecore aesthetic, as evidenced by their elaborate displays of wooden furniture, antique lamps, and overall rustic decor.
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Cafe & cocktail bar in the same place
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Prepare to spend an afternoon day drinking at Brady’s Coffee Bar as there’s a cafe and a cocktail bar on the same premises.
On the first floor of the building, you’ll find a quaint cocktail bar. But if alcohol isn’t up your alley, head up to the second floor of the building, where you can get your caffeine fix.
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Brady’s Cocktail offers organic and vegan certified wine by the glass, and they are made via natural grape cultivation without the use of chemical fertilisers or pesticides.
They also offer their signature drinks by the bottle, so you can bring your favourite home and savour them in the comfort of your own home.
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At the cafe on the 2nd floor, you’ll find fruit sodas such as their pink grapefruit ades (KRW5,500, ~USD4.34), and their signature Brady’s Einspanner (KRW6,000, ~USD4.73), which is a type of Viennese coffee that combines espresso and a hefty amount of whipped cream.
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A popular item on the cafe menu is the salt bread with kaymak, which is a type of Turkish dairy food similar to clotted cream.
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The disposable cups and straws used are all made of eco-friendly materials and are decomposable.
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The cafe welcomes pets, so you can bring your furry friends along with you on a date.
Getting to Brady’s Coffee Bar
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If you’re in need of a break from the hustle and bustle of Seoul’s city life, head down to Brady’s Coffee Bar for a breather and indulge in the cottagecore vibes.
There are only two parking spots available at the front of Brady’s Coffee Bar, so we recommend you take public transport instead.
How to get here:
- From Gajwa Station, go to Exit 4.
- Make your way to Moraenae Sijang Gajwa bus stop, and take Bus no. N75, 761, 721, 740, 270, or 753.
- Alight after two stops, at Guseongsan Hall bus stop, which is located in front of Yeonhui 104 Hill.
- You’ll arrive at Brady’s Coffee Bar after a five minute walk.
Address: 1st & 2nd floor, 23 Seongmisan-ro 23an-gil, Mapo-gu, Seoul
Opening hours: Tues – Sun, 11.30AM-7PM (Closed on Mondays)
Opening hours: Tues – Sat, 2PM-11PM (Closed on Mondays and Sundays)
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