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Cuisine Type: American/Italian breakfast and lunch Established: 2014 Reservations: Optional Handicap Accessible: Yes Number of Tables: 11?25 Parking: Parking lot Most popular offering: Omelets, eggs benedicts Kid-friendly: Yes Alcohol: None Delivery/Takeout Available: Takeout only Outdoor Seating: No In addition to satisfying grumbling stomachs with traditional diner breakfast and lunchtime staples?all of which are made to order in house?the chefs at Revere Center Caf? offer more creative options. These include a chicken- or tuna-salad sandwich that replaces the bread with breaded eggplant, or Sazon potato and chicken omelets ?both of which are popular with the customers, according to owner Roger. Classic eats at the restaurant include chocolate-chip pancakes, steak and eggs, burgers, and fresh salads.
7B Everett St.
Revere,
MA
US
For the perfect jolt of caffeine, look no further than Savin Scoop. Plan to indulge a bit at Savin Scoop, though, because they don't offer any low-fat fare. Bring your laptop here and tap into the complimentary wifi. Good luck spotting a suit and tie at Savin Scoop — casually-dressed diners are the norm here. If you're not in the mood to drive, hop on public transportation instead; Savin Hill Station (Red) is a nearby stop. Guests take to street parking at Savin Scoop's Savin Hill Ave spot. You can take it easy on your wallet at Savin Scoop — prices are generally less than $30 per person.
107 Savin Hill Ave
Dorchester,
MA
US
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+).
515 Washington St
Boston,
MA
US
The Three Faces of Flour Bakery Pastries Early risers have an advantage at Flour Bakery—they’re more likely to snag one of Joanne Chang’s coveted sticky buns. These gooey, pecan-topped treats have remained a local favorite since the bakery opened in 2001, even beating out Bobby Flay’s recipe on an episode of Food Network’s Throwdown. But late sleepers aren’t out of luck, as Flour’s shelves stay stocked with an impressive array of treats. In addition to classic croissants and almond biscotti, Chang also churns out housemade versions of Oreos and Pop-Tarts as a loving tribute to the sweets she was forbidden from eating as a child. Savory Sandwiches The fact that Chang followed up her first dessert cookbook with a savory sequel speaks to Flour Bakery’s versatility. A carefully tailored selection of sandwiches helps alleviate some of the guilt felt by those who take Flour’s motto—“Make life sweeter, eat dessert first”—to heart. Cranberry-cheddar cheese and chutney add an unexpected tang to the Thanksgiving-inspired turkey sandwich, and the curried-tuna sandwich showcases sweet bites of raisin, apple, and carrot. Cooking Classes Chang, who majored in economics and math at Harvard, got her start in the culinary world thanks to generous chefs who took a chance on a total novice. Now it’s her turn to pass the torch via monthly baking classes, which teach students of all levels how to recreate Flour’s signature treats at home.
12 Farnsworth St
Boston,
MA
US
Take a trip to Sebastians Novel and Map in Boston and make your next meal a good one. If slimming down is on the agenda, note that the food here is anything but low in fat. Bring the whole clan to Sebastians Novel and Map — kids and parents will love the menu and ambience here. Bask in the sun (or moon!) light when you dine on Sebastians Novel and Map's outdoor patio. Gather up your friends, coworkers or family members and head to Sebastians Novel and Map for a group meal. Free wireless Internet is also available at Sebastians Novel and Map, so bring your tablet or laptop along. Enjoy the vibe here with a business casual dress code. Carry-out is also available for those who prefer to enjoy Sebastians Novel and Map's cooking from the comfort of their own home. Sebastians Novel and Map's diners can park in a nearby lot or on the street. For those who wish to avoid traffic, Sebastians Novel and Map is also accessible via public transportation, with stops at Copley Station (Green), Back Bay Station (Orange), and Back Bay (Framingham/Worcester, Franklin, Needham, Providence/Stoughton). Prices are affordable, with a typical meal running under $30.
700 Boylston Street
Boston,
MA
US
Modern Pastry Shop Though Modern Pastry Shop has been helping people celebrate with traditional Italian treats for more than 70 years, the bakery's history extends much further back than that. The family of bakers can trace their recipes back 150 years, to the days when their Italian foremothers and forefathers tinkered with ingredients and baking methods until they had forged the perfect biscotti, cannoli, and pignoli cookies. Three generations later, old world techniques still take center stage at Modern Pastry Shop, though the menu has expanded to include classic American favorites like apple pie, Boston cream cake, and gingerbread men modeled after former Secretaries of State. Each day, customers can find the bakers filling pasta frolla pastry dough with sweetened ricotta to craft ricotta pies, icing soft anginetti cookies with lemon or anise frosting, and crafting numerous styles of torrones—a nougat-like candy made with roasted almonds. The freshly baked goods are also complimented by an assortment of specialty items imported from Italy, including olive oil, Cedrinca hard candies, and bite-sized Balocco wafers filled with vanilla, chocolate, or hazlenut cream.
257 Hanover St
Boston,
MA
US
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