As the temperature of your island paradise drops Animal Crossing: New HorizonsA place to relax with a few furry or feathered friends than Brewster Cafe: The Roost.
Whether you are a coffee connoisseur or more tea drinker, Brewster’s Roost is a comfortable place to watch the world change, have a nice day with a cup of coffee, or brew the villagers’ favorite drink.
Your island museum already has more wings than an aviary, but besides Blathers, there is room for another bird in this nest. In “Animal Crossing: New Horizons”, Brewster’s cafe is located in the back left corner of the museum lobby, next to the art gallery, but it takes a few steps to unlock it first.
In previous “Animal Crossing” games, you used to work behind Roost’s counter and put on a barista apron to provide drinks in exchange for precious coffee beans and furniture.
But in “Animal Crossing: New Horizons”, It looks like you can’t work at The Roost or serve coffee to your villagersIf we work out how to become a part-time supplier of sweet bean juice, we will update this page.
At this point, the main purpose of The Roost in Animal Crossing: New Horizons is that you can invite villagers to share cafes with you through Amiibo and Amiibo cards, and taste Brewster’s special blends with your villagers and other NPCs coffee.
How do you find Brewster and unlock The Roost Café in “Animal Crossing: New Horizons”?
To unlock The Roost cafe in the museum and add Brewster to your island, you must first meet a few requirements.
- Have a fully upgraded museum and art gallery (donate a Redd artwork to Blathers)
- Donated at least each of the four types of collections (fossils, insects, marine life and art)
- Data miners also recommend that you need at least a 3-star island to access this feature
The importance of 3 stars (an ongoing theory) It seems that most of them require a 3 star island to start, so even after trying these things, if anything can’t be solved. Have you started 3 times? Have you unlocked KK/terraforming? If not, then do it first! 😊
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After meeting all these prerequisites, talk to Blathers and he will mention that he wants to add a cafe to attract more visitors to the museum. For this, you need to find an old friend of his, the returning special villager Brewster-Barista Pigeon.
To help you track Brewster, Blathers provides you with a photo of everyone’s favorite bird coffee lover.
Next, take the photo and track Kapp’n on the pier on your island. Go to an undeveloped island with him and you will find Brewster wandering around looking for Gyroids.
Before talking to Blathers properly and using up your daily travel, you can head to Kapp’n Island. If this happens, you will have to wait until the next day before taking a boat with Kapp’n to find Brewster.
Approach Brewster and explain the situation, and he will agree to help in his typical low-key way. However, before he goes to your island, he will hand over a Gyroid fragment, which you can plant and grow when you return.
Return to your island, go to the museum and talk to Blathers. He will thank you for following Brewster and preparing for the establishment of his cafe. The museum will close the day after you talk, but will reopen the next day, with a shiny new Roost cafe inside!
If you talk to Tom Nook in the town hall, you can hold a special opening ceremony to commemorate this moment, but now all you have to do is go to the back of the museum and enjoy the atmosphere of the Brewster Café.
What will happen to the habitat in “Animal Crossing: New Horizons”?
Now that you have found the trouble with Brewster, what can you do in Roost?
Well, first of all, you can buy a cup of delicious coffee from Brewster for 200 minutes.
You can also find various NPCs and villagers to enjoy a fresh cup of joe-even special visitors like Daisy Mae! Just like Sable in the sister store, as you visit more and drink more cups of coffee, Brewster will gradually become enthusiastic about you and ultimately let you decide how to best enjoy coffee.
However, it currently appears that you cannot actually work in Roost Cafe.
This is disappointing, but it seems that the reason this feature takes so long to be added—and where a lot of development work goes—is because you can call almost any villager, character or NPC and let them visit the habitat, provided you have Their amiibo or amiibo card comes from the yellow phone in the corner.
This is not just a list of regular villagers you can meet in Animal Crossing: New Horizons, but the characters and NPCs in the entire series of games.
Therefore, although there does not seem to be a lot of interactivity in The Roost, the Nintendo development team may have to make a lot of brand new old character models for this free update.
With this in mind, pull up the chair, chat, and enjoy the peaceful atmosphere of The Roost, because Brewster calmly cleans the cup in the corner.
For more help with Animal Crossing: New Horizons, here is how to add each store to Harv’s Island Mall.
We also have a full-page guide to Animal Crossing: New Horizons, as well as a list of fish prices, insect prices, and marine life prices.