Located within walking distance of the TD Garden and the North End, the Equal Exchange Cafe specializes in organic,…More locally-sourced products, including fair-trade coffee, sandwiches, bagels, rolls and pastries. The cafe also holds special events, such as chocolate and coffee tastings, massage sessions and movie screenings.
The Uptown Cafe is an affordable, low-key Italian bistro. The cafe offers a selection of Italian cold…More cuts, subs made on fresh French bread, and entrees such as chicken cacciatore, chicken marsala, baked ziti and the classic spaghetti and meatballs. There is also a selection of homemade pasta sauces, including marinara, alfredo, scampi, pesto cream and pink cream (a marinara cream sauce). The Suffolk University card is accepted at this establishment.
Cafe Podima 168 Cambridge St, Boston, MA02114 Cafe Podima serves traditional Italian food, such as pizza, calzone, pasta and sandwiches. Besides the array of options,…More the highlight at this simple but cozy restaurant is the frozen yogurt. There's plain vanilla and chocolate and also sugar-free or tofu, and more than 60 options of toppings, including fruits, marshmallow, carrot cake, almond, ginger and many others. Cafe Podima offers free delivery and there's catering service available.
The Cafe 25 New Chardon St, Boston, MA02114 Located near several of Beacon Hill's courthouses and local businesses, The Cafe has eight tables and a small diner…More atmosphere. They sell coffee, sodas, and a variety of on-the-go type foods that include breakfast, sandwiches, cereal cups, bagels and muffins. This is perfect for a quick stop on the way to work, or a casual lunch with co-workers.
Cafe Latino Two Center Plaza, Boston, MA02108 Cafe Latino serves traditional Spanish, Cuban and Puerto Rican cuisine. Among the most popular dishes are the Spanish…More rice with peas, the roast pork and the Cuban sandwich. According to employees, the eatery is a great place for people who want to eat good, affordable and tasty food.
Cafe Vanille 70 Charles St, Boston, MA02108 This beautiful Charles Street cafe serves lunch daily in addition to a wide selection of fresh-baked treats. It has both…More and indoor and outdoor seating. It's part of a local chain that also has locations in Chestnut Hill, Duxbury and Sharon.
The Etc. Café 70 Staniford St, Boston, MA02114 The Etc. Café specializes in comfort food for breakfast, lunch and dinner at affordable prices. Breakfast…More offerings include eggs, pancakes, omelets, waffles and bagels. The lunch and dinner menus provide a selection of sandwiches, roll-ups and hot entrees, mostly consisting of chicken and seafood. Entrees can be ordered and picked up or eaten at one of the few tables in the establishment. The cafe also offers specialty teas and a variety of fruit smoothies.
Caffe Bella Vita offers Italian-inspired cafe cuisine, including sandwiches, pastries, antipasta with fresh…More mozzarella, artichokes and basil, and soups. Its specialty is Italian gelato, but it also features an extensive coffee menu, which includes the classic lattes and mochas, as well as a drink consisting of four shots of espresso for customers whose caffeine craving is not easily satisfied.
Finagle-A-Bagel 277 Cambridge St, Boston, MA02114 Finagle-A-Bagel prides itself on being Boston's supplier of high-quality all-natural bagels, hand-baking all of the…More bagels it sells in its headquarters in Newton. Bagel varieties include blueberry, sesame, whole wheat, plain, cinnamon raisin, jalapeno, chunky vegetable and triple chocolate chip. Finagle-A-Bagel cafe offers bagels and cream cheese, breakfast sandwiches, panini, pizza bagels, soups and salads. It also provides a selection of soft drinks, coffee, tea and hot chocolate.
Owner/proprietor Christopher Spagnuolo's quaint neighborhood sandwich shop, cafe, and bar, Panificio Bistro &…More Bakery, offers an array of sandwiches, soups, and wraps, and has been in operation since 1995. Patrons name this spot as one of their local favorites.
A frequent participant in the Taste of Beacon Hill, its location on Charles St. is one of the larger restaurant spaces in the area, with a lot of street-facing counter space. It offers a full breakfast, brunch, lunch, and dinner menu. The good food, friendly staff and efficient service keep patrons coming back for more.
This hidden gem is tucked away in the basement of the John W. McCormack Building. Although it is open to the public,…More you must pass through security at the entrance to the building. Signs on the floor lead to this cafeteria-style eatery offering breakfast and lunch. There is enough seating for a few hundred patrons.
Select your meal from many stations: salad bar, deli, hot entrée, fry station and frozen yogurt bar. Packaged meals are available for those on the go. There is also a book swap and game library for those who can sit awhile.
A variety of snack options include granola bars, chips and a large drink selection.
A landmark of Old Scollay Square, the Red Hat is a classic Boston bar. It has been operating for more than 100 years…More and it survived Prohibition by leading a double-life as a respectable establishment during the day and as a speakeasy by night. Today, it hosts team trivia nights and 10-cent wing nights, as well as offering traditional pub food such as Angus burgers, bourbon steak tips, fish and chips and sandwiches and salads. The kitchen is open until midnight, and Red Hat can provide catering for up to 150 people. Gift certificates are available.