Coffee Shops in Huron Village


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  • Starbucks
    For the perfect jolt of caffeine, look no further than Starbucks. Starbucks is a popular restaurant for those who prefer to eat low-fat and healthy fare. On warmer days, take advantage of Starbucks' outdoor seating. Getting online is easy with Starbucks' free and convenient wifi. At Starbucks, you won't have to wait for your large or small group to be seated. Throwing a big party? Count on Starbucks to provide top-notch catering with the same great dishes you love. Store your bike at one of the many racks outside of Starbucks. Affordable food or tasty food? Starbucks doesn't make you choose. Head on over to Starbucks first thing in the morning or last thing in the evening — Starbucks is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
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    220 Alewife Brook Pkwy
    Cambridge, MA US
  • Sofra Bakery and Cafe
    It's not always easy to land a seat on the cushioned benches at Sofra; the bakery’s stuffed flatbreads and Middle Eastern pastries just draw too large a crowd. Customers wait patiently in line to place their orders, all the while eyeing displays of almond rose cakes and the colorful dips that fill the mezze bar.
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    1 Belmont St
    Cambridge, MA US
  • Nubar
    Nubar radiates an assured air that comes from the stewardship of three generations of the Guleserian family. Their contemporary approach to classic cuisine manifests itself in seasonal dishes that have included roasted local haddock with saffron and duck breast with cherries and bok choy. Chefs use ingredients from local farms, fisheries, and bakeries to enhance their creations and cut down on the food's jet lag. Nubar's rooftop garden also enriches warm-weather fare with fresh-picked herbs and vegetables. Set within the confines of the auspicious Sheraton Commander Hotel, Nubar wraps its guests in sleek lines and soothing hues of brown. Behind a bar made entirely of butter-yellow honey onyx, bartenders shake and stir artisanal spirits into classic or modern cocktails. With a cocktail, local beer, or wine glass in hand, patrons can recline on leather ottomans and admire the linear fireplace that separates the lounge from the dining room. Soft light cascades from wide cylindrical lamps and minimalist candelabras that stretch up the wall.
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    16 Garden Street
    Cambridge, MA US
  • Verna's
    The mingled scents of coffee and fresh-baked donuts greet visitors at Verna's Coffee & Donut Shop, whose baked creations were named Best Donuts Around Boston by CBS Boston. Amid sage-green walls, visitors lean over a glass case that displays traditional glazed donuts and pert jelly donuts infused with cherry or strawberry filling. A pot of coffee stands at the ready to perk up tired eyes, much like a sentry who yells, "Wake up, there's a bear behind you!"
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    2344 Massachusetts Avenue
    Cambridge, MA US
  • Cafe Avec
    Cafe Barada invites diners to sample a rarely experienced side of Lebanon with a menu that won Boston magazine's Best of Boston 2007 for Middle Eastern fare. Owners and chefs for more than two decades, the Salameh family named the restaurant for the Lebanese village that nourished their ancestors, filling plates with favorites passed down through several generations. Flavorful favorites such as stuffed grape leaves rolled with ground beef ($11.95) pay homage to Lebanon's famed steak vineyards, while vegetarian-friendly pumpkin kibby layers ground pumpkin, cracked wheat, spinach, and chickpeas ($13.95) to provide a colorful feast for the senses. Ardishokee showcases tender lamb and artichoke hearts simmering in a savory tomato-based stew that blends in seamlessly with the restaurant's rich, paprika-hued walls ($13.95). Or go green with slices of flaky, cheesy spinach pie ($13.95) or a plate of meshi flefli, a baked green pepper brimming with rice, tomatoes, and ground beef and topped with a garlicky tomato sauce that doubles as a repellent for vampire skunks ($13.95).
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    2269 Massachusetts Ave
    Cambridge, MA US
  • Breakfast Club
    1980s movie memorabilia hangs from the walls of The Breakfast Club, contrasting with a forward-thinking menu of paninis, breakfast quesadillas, and organic teas. Library Specials pay homage to the diner’s eponymous film: The Princess is a belgian waffle topped with seasonal fruit, while The Jock is an egg-white omelet with veggies.
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    270 Western Ave
    Allston, MA US
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