On a typical weekday morning at Tea Lounge, a café in the upscale neighborhood of Park Slope in Brooklyn, N.Y., people work on their laptops while using the air conditioning, tapping into free wifi, drinking specialty coffee and tea, and eating baked goods and breakfast wraps. In the afternoon, parents and nannies with small children tend to make up the bulk of customers, eating prosciutto sandwiches or chicken wraps while the kids play. SLIDESHOW A look at Tea ...

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