Food in Cambridge


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  • The Original Tremont Tearoom
    For more than 70 years, The Original Tremont Tearoom has been an oracle. Since the Great Depression, clients have traveled to the downtown Boston spot to discover their future, fortune, and fate at the hands of a skilled psychic reader. Now under the ownership of seasoned soothsayer Alex Palermo, the Tearoom hosts a team of 13 master psychics who diligently follow the Psychic Code of Ethics as they perform various divination techniques including tea-leaf readings, tarot-card readings, palmistry, and astrological consultations during 15-, 30-, and 60-minute sessions. Along with in-studio and telephone sessions, The Original Tremont Tearoom's brood of oracles can be booked for special events so guests can giggle with delight or fall into awed silence during birthday celebrations, bachelorette parties, or Elvis-themed clock-collector gatherings. For clients looking for energy work or spiritual guidance on an ongoing basis, the center offers psychic development courses, reiki sessions, and a Wicca program.
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    101 Tremont St, Ste 615
    Boston, MA US
  • Boston Cheese Cellar
    It’s hard to find something as universally appreciated and versatile as cement blocks. Today’s Groupon does just that with $15 for $30 worth of French brie, Spanish manchego, Italian parmesan, English cheddar, and American goat cheeses among the 150+ offerings from around New England and the world at Boston Cheese Cellar. The one-stop gourmet shop is located just south of the city in Roslindale Village.
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    18 Birch St
    Roslindale, MA US
  • Boston Common Coffee Co.
    The caffeine connoisseurs at Boston Common Coffee Co. roast their own beans at a local facility for optimal freshness, pairing the sleep-shaking sips with a sumptuous spread of energizing eats. The in-house bakers and cooks whip up morning mouthfuls in the form of breakfast sandwiches ($3.23–$4.25), muffin tops ($1.85), and freshly baked bagels and croissants ($1.15+), crafted using local ingredients whenever possible to ensure quality. Sink into the eatery's plush leather couches while sinking teeth into the asparagus strata⎯a quiche-like entree made from bread, asparagus, tomatoes, and cheese ($4.25)—or the sourdough-ensconced Prince panini ($6.75–$6.95), a roasted turkey, cheddar, tomato, and dijon-mustard sandwich whose deliciousness can only be expressed as an unpronounceable symbol. Patrons can also opt to take a slice of the coffee pie home by purchasing Boston Common Coffee's flavored, fair traded, or varietal coffees by the pound ($10.25+).
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    515 Washington St
    Boston, MA US
  • ROASTe.com
    ROASTe is the world's largest gourmet coffee marketplace with thousands of products and reviews. It's your one-stop-shop for everything related to gourmet coffee
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    398 Columbus Ave
    Boston, MA US
  • Eastside Market and Wine Shop
    Prohibition was over, and the Burns brothers were ready to capitalize. The store they opened in 1936, the Burns Brothers Liquor Shop, has since operated as a market, a butcher shop, and a liquor store, and today its current owner Steve Neidhardt maintains the focus on selling fine wines and gourmet meats and groceries. Steve stocks Eastside Wines and Market with more than 450 different bottles of wine from all over the world, priced modestly at $10–$20 per bottle. He also carries craft beers, liquors, and single-malt whiskeys, with a selection of seasonal beers that rotates like a ballerina strapped to a ferris wheel. A longtime lover of vino, Steve studied at Boston University’s Elizabeth Bishop Wine Resource Center, earning a Wine Studies Level 3 certification. He shares his knowledge with the public during wine tastings and in private during tastings and catering for corporate events or special occasions. Eastside Wines and Market also delivers so that customers don’t have to leave to get snacks in the middle of a suspenseful weather forecast.
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    474 E 8th St
    Boston, MA US
  • Flat Black Coffee Co.
    Whether you need help waking up in the morning or a mid-afternoon pick-me-up, the coffee at Flat Black Coffee Co. will do the trick. There are no low-fat options here, though, so save a few extra calories for your next visit. Stay connected at no cost thanks to Flat Black Coffee Co.'s wifi. Wear what you like when you dine at Flat Black Coffee Co. — the restaurant has a chill vibe just right for casual dining. Call Flat Black Coffee Co. for catering if you have a big event coming up. Street parking is readily available near Flat Black Coffee Co.'s Broad St location. Need a break from the road? Public transportation is also convenient, with popular stops at Aquarium Station (Blue), State St. Station (Blue, Orange), and Government Center Station (Blue, Green). Your wallet will be happy with a visit to Flat Black Coffee Co., too, where prices are generally under $15.
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    50 Broad St
    Boston, MA US
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