A Guide to Boston’s Best Coffee Shops

Timeout Boston will help you stay warm in Boston this winter with their list of Boston’s best: Coffee Shops. Honestly, if you’ve been to Boston you know, like most cities there are lots of coffee shops. One of the many unique attributes Boston has over other larger cities is, weather pending, you can easily get from one side to the other within an hour. While on this journey in winter, you will be cold, very, very cold trust me on this. In between walking around seeing the sites and of hopping on and off the T, stop by one of these recommended coffee shops and cozy up with a cup of Joe, tea or even hot chocolate! A personal favorite, the Trident Booksellers & Café, (338 Newbury St, Back Bay, Boston) is truly a Newbury Street landmark. Try a cup of Viennese Espresso (Double espresso & house blend coffee topped w/whipped cream and cocoa $3.95) Not only do they sell coffee and books in an eclectic and friendly atmosphere, they also offer a wide variety of food options and beverages including beer and wine.

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Photo courtesy of: Trident Booksellers & Café

Photo courtesy of: Trident Booksellers & Café

1 Response to “A Guide to Boston’s Best Coffee Shops”

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