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Athan's Bakery


Cuisine: Coffee/Dessert, Bakery

1621 Beacon Street, Brookline

Cafe 57


Cuisine: Greek, Sandwiches, Bakery, Cafe - Price: $

5-7 Henshaw St, Allston-Brighton

A healthy café meets Greek-American counter-service sandwich shop, run by a friendly mother/daughter duo. Breakfast... READ MORE

Canto 6 Bakery & Cafe


Cuisine: Bakery, Cafe

3346 Washington St, Jamaica Plain-Roslindale

Clear Flour Bread


Cuisine: Bakery, Cafe

178 Thorndike St, Brookline



Cuisine: Sandwiches, Bakery, Cafe, Bagel, Deli - Price: $

284 Washington St, Brookline

Gourmet sandwiches (at less than gourmet prices) for those with discriminating palates and not-so-hearty appetites.... READ MORE

Great Taste Bakery and Restaurant

3 3 Stars

Cuisine: Bakery, Chinese - Price: $5 to $14

61-63 Beach St, Boston

Great Taste serves up piping hot and crisp versions of Chinese-American classics and authentic South... READ MORE

Haley House Bakery Cafe


Cuisine: Bakery, Coffee

12 Dade St, Roxbury

Kupel's Bakery


421 Harvard St, Brookline

Lee's Store and Bakery


Cuisine: Sandwiches, Vietnamese, Bakery, Deli

982 Dorchester Ave, Dorchester-Mattapan

An eclectic mix of Western, Vietnamese and Cantonese pastries, groceries and sundries. Their version of... READ MORE


4 4 Stars

Cuisine: Sandwiches, Italian, Bakery

348 Congress St, Waterfront

Sportello is Chef Barbara Lynch's interpretation of a lunch counter, meaning it's way upscale--the coffee... READ MORE

Ula Café


Cuisine: Sandwiches, Bakery, Cafe, Coffee - Price: $

384 Armory St, Jamaica Plain-Roslindale

For a community as artistic and culturally diverse as Jamaica Plain, it’s a shame there... READ MORE

When Pigs Fly Breads


Cuisine: Bakery

1378 Beacon St, Brookline

With locations in Brookline, Jamaica Plain, Somerville, New Hampshire, and Maine READ MORE



Cuisine: Bakery

1154 Mass Ave, Cambridge

This homey, bustling bakery/breakfast joint recently took up residence in the space formerly occupied by... READ MORE

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Bagel Rising

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When Pigs Fly Bakery

With specialty retail outlets in Davis Square and Coolidge Corner, York, Maine–based WHEN PIGS FLY BAKERY produces a couple dozen varieties of slow-baked artisanal breads, mostly

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Boston doesn’t rate among America’s top destinations in many food and drink categories, but it has long flirted with the leading edge of the craft-cocktail revival, and


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