The Cultural Collective Cafe is a Woodbury coffee shop located near Charlie Brown’s Restaurant, which also features 2 floors of event space. The address is 65 N Broad St Woodbury NJ
Today they are relaunching the Cafe, whose opening was temporarily derailed by pandemic closures.
Owner Sadiyyah Maamoon lives is a local and is also a realtor… and we stopped in last week so she could give us the full tour of the cafe, lounge area, and event spaces.
Together they are called “The Cultural Collective Cafe and Brick N Kulture Event Space”
Their website describes the cafe as:
The Cultural Collective Café provides the perfect scenery for a lunch date or work date. We serve Coffee, Pastries, and Specialty Drinks. As a community Hub we provide culture, connection, and a relaxing environment. Our Café welcomes you to grab a coffee, connect, sit, relax and enjoy the vibe in our trendy cool café.Website for Cultural Collective Cafe and Brick N Kulture Event Space.
We also know they are all about GOOD VIBES!
Today you can have a delicious coffee beverage, relax in a living room like setting with work areas, and also plan your next event or gathering in a space that is surprisingly large with two floors of upgraded spaces.
I really enjoyed my visit chatting with Sadiyyah, and found her to be an amazing person! Truly a wonderful soul… full of positivity and smiles!
If you have ideas for using the event space, reach out to Sadiyyah and I’m sure she’ll do everything she can to make it work.. including helping you locate the things you need to make your event a huge success.
And while you are there, don’t forget to try a delicious coffee!
Check their Facebook page for current hours, but the are typically opened 7am-4pm and closed Sundays and Mondays
Scroll down for more on the Cafe and Event Space including photos.
Cultural Collective Cafe
Today the building where Cultural Collective Cafe has found a home is a beautiful space which offers an inviting interior for patrons to relax with their delicious coffee or beverage… and yes the wifi is free!
But the building traces it’s roots back 100s of years, and a 2018 Courier Post article describes the effort that went into restoring this building which at the time was closer to the wrecking ball than the event circuit!
Today the building is a blend of modern touches with history showing throughout… including original exposed brick.
The Cafe entrance is in a smaller attached space to the left with the telltale walkable small-town store front which let’s you know you are at the right place. Well of course the signage helps also!
In the main cafe area is the barista area, several tables for seating, and beautiful murals created by local artist De’von Downes.
Cultural Collective Cafe and the connected event space is a really nice cozy space to hangout but this initial room is more of the cafe business side of things.. through that doorway leads you to the main building where another very attractive and comfortable area awaits.
As mentioned they are located near Charlie Brown’s which puts them walking distance from the Gloucester County Justice Complex and numerous lawyer offices. This should help make a steady stream of morning customers! Well, all-day customers!
Bricknkulture Event Space
The Bricknkulture Event space makes up the main portion of the building.
They feature both private events as well as events run by Sadiyyah.
Being a realtor, Sadiyyah recently sponsored a “Women In Real Estate” night out, which she says was very successful.
The event space has been available for rental during the pandemic, but obviously at a slower rental pace. Now they are looking to attract more interesting and exciting uses! Bring your ideas!
The space is perfect for Art Gallery showings, parties, meetings.
While these historic buildings were developed with individual rooms, today the space has been opened up enough that rooms flow into each other.
The second floor makes for a very private space, and we are told they’ve even had a full band upstairs, centered in the middle of the space!
Links and Location
The Cultural Collective Cafe and Bricknkulture Event Space.
65 N Broad St
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Brick N Kulture Website