Thursday, August 14, 2014

Caffe Nero's the Hero

caffe nero cafe nero review boston

For months, I've been hearing the hype around Caffe Nero in downtown Boston. But how cool could it be? It's just another cafe, right?

caffe nero cafe nero review boston

Actually, Caffe Nero lives up to the hype. Admist the hustle and bustle of the busy city lives a humble cafe which quietly embodies the historical vibe of Boston.

caffe nero cafe nero review boston

We ordered the green tea and a chocolate croissant. We were lucky enough to nab the corner window seat, where we had a perfect view of the Paramount theater and easy access to people-watching. 

caffe nero cafe nero review boston

caffe nero cafe nero review boston

This chair was as - if not more - comfy as it looks! I could have stayed there and slept in that chair, easily.

caffe nero cafe nero review boston

Not too shabby for a rainy day. 

The only drawback we experienced was that Caffe Nero's popularity means that it can be hard to get a seat. I suggest coming on an off-hour if possible, especially if you want the nice big chair!

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5 comments

  1. I really like pavement on comm ave! Back in California my favorite was La Scala in walnut creek. Great place to bring a pack of cards and chill! Also the best tomato soup ever.

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    1. I still need to try Pavement! La Scala sounds amazing too :D

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    2. This place looks so cute! I don't have a favorite cafe here...yet! Maybe this place!

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    3. It is adorable! I still have a lot to see in Boston but so far this tops the list!

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  2. Cafe Nero looks much nicer then it is in the UK! That tea is a stunning colour! My favourite place is a local teahouse in Cardiff called Waterloo Gardens Teahouse.

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