LEGO Friends Emma's Art Cafe Review (LEGO)

LEGO Friends Emma's Art Cafe
What It Is

The LEGO Friends Emma's Art Cafe 41336 from LEGO is a 378-piece LEGO building set that introduces a new setting for Emma and her friends in Heartlake City. In the world of LEGO Friends, Emma has come to be known as somewhat of the creative of the group, having had previous LEGO builds that depict her as a beautician or a jewelry and clothing designer. And like many creative/right-brain inclined people, Emma heads to her local coffee shop and cafe to find inspiration, hone her creativity, and get some work done. For Emma, that coffee shop is the Art Cafe. 

Help Emma help her pal Ethan (aka Prankzy) complete his graffiti art on the wall outside. Then head inside, grab a seat by the gallery wall, or pretend to press out a panini in the machine behind the counter. If the weather looks nice, you can even pretend to eat alfresco and take your coffee of choice outside. 

Additional features of the playset include a window to place orders on the go, multiple seating areas, displays for all the tasty treats inside, and lots more. 

Is It Fun?

We especially love the coffee shop/cafe setting, which, depending on where you live, can be a very common hangout place for all ages (whether or not you are drinking java). 

Who It’s For

The LEGO Friends Emma's Art Cafe set is for ages 6 and up. This is a set that will appeal to LEGO Friends fans as well as kids that like to reenact daily life through mini doll play. 

What To Be Aware Of

Once constructed, the set measures roughly six by seven by seven inches. It took us about 30 minutes to piece together. 

  • Fun

  • Repeat Play

  • Assembly & Instructions

    None or Very Easy