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Kava Social NYC

Established January 2020

For NYC locals who don’t want a social life centered around booze, Kava Social offers a vibrant gathering place where patrons not only enjoy healthy non-alcoholic beverages; it’s a place where New Yorkers come to work, to network and to connect with friends new and old.

 

Looking for the best sober scene in New York? Kava Social Brooklyn is NYC's elite dry bar. The ideal place to hang to work, to be creative, to unwind and, get social. Kava Social at 120 Bedford Ave is just 2 blocks from McCarren Park & 4 blocks from the waterfront.

Inspired by the deeply rooted tradition of the South Pacific islands kava culture, Kava Social was created to unite and join individuals of all backgrounds in a social atmosphere centered by the very roots that solves conflict resolution, and brings all people together. Kava Social is woman-owned and operated.

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We Use Only The Purest And Finest Products

Kava Social’s menu has a uniqueness all its own setting it apart from common mock-tails. Custom-curated options to help you feel good and stay healthy. Our menu incorporates some of the finest products and ingredients to perfect your sober choice experience.

 

We offer a variety of artisanal mock-tails, specialty coffee, organic teas and wellness lattes. 
 

What Is Kava?

Kava is a member species of the pepper plant family (piper methysticum) natively grown in the South Pacific islands. The lateral roots of a mature kava plant aging at least 3-5 years are cultivated, dried, and pounded into a micronized or powder form. Traditionally, kava roots are soaked in water and pulled through a cloth to strain the kava while also activating the kavalactones. This mixture of the dried root with water is commonly just called kava. However, depending on the island or region, kava has several names including awa, ava, kava kava, and in the islands of Fiji, kava is called yaqona. 

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