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This coffeehouse's dining area is set apart from the front counter, so those who want to sit and enjoy their coffee can do so with a little less noise from the grinder. Just before you enter their dining area, you will notice all the necessary condiments you need, in order to make your meal more enjoyable. For Starbucks lovers, their cappuccino smoothie tastes just like a Frapuccino. If you're in need of something more substantial, their wraps, salads, sandwiches and baked goods will hit the spot.
Since 1929, Caffe Vittoria has been serving espresso and gelati to the Italian community of the North End. On weekends, a lively post-dinner crowd keeps the place humming until late at night. Chrome dominates the four levels with three bars, numerous parlor tables and shiny bakery cases. The enticements include traditional tiramisu, connoli, biscotti and more. Lounge at the bar that serves a fine cappuccino with Sambuca! Credit cards are not accepted.
In the greenbelt oasis of Boston's Post Office Square, Sip Cafe's sunny seating area and green interior blend seamlessly into the surroundings. The coffee at Sip is phenomenal in terms of taste and origin. Only one vendor, George Howell, supplies Sip's entire selection of their single origin house coffee. Be wary though, Sip specifically uses a light roast that packs more caffeine into a cup than less zealous coffee fanatics are used to. With a whole range of sandwiches, soups, and other snacks made from local produce, Sip Cafe is the perfect place to get a real feel for Boston life.
Located next to the Boston Common, this cozy coffeehouse serves some of the best coffee in the world, literally - Thinking Cup serves Stumptown Coffee which was voted the "Best Coffee in the World" by New York Times, Food & Wine Magazine and more. The decor has a Parisian atmosphere and is perfect for relaxing with a latte. Make sure you try their cupcakes!
Pavement Coffeehouse is a neighborhood favorite in the bohemian Back Bay district, tempting locals with specially sourced coffees and teas as well as a hearty list of breakfast and lunch items. Situated in the lower level of one of the district's historic brownstones, Pavement's sparse interior of brick walls and metal fixtures is a decidedly modern coffeehouse, specializing in micro-lot coffee sourced by their exclusive roaster Counter Culture Coffee. If you feel like a nibble while enjoying a drink, check out Pavement's menu of breakfast items, soups, salads, sandwiches and pastries.