30 "Coffee & A Light Bite" restaurants in Boston.
Revival Cafe + Kitchen is a great coffee shop in Back Bay. They also have two other locations in Davis Square and Alewife.
Gracenote is a tiny Downtown coffee shop with standing room only - and very good coffee.
Gracenote’s second location in Kendall Square still has very good coffee, and there are even seats and wine available.
Blackbird is an excellent donut spot in the South End, but they’ve also got six other locations across town.
Union Square Donuts is a donut shop in Somerville’s Union Square - they also have four other locations around the city.
The Little Crêpe Café is a coffee shop in Cambridge with a lot of great sweet and savory options.
Hi-Rise is a great bakery in Cambridge that also happens to sell wine and liquor.
Oat Shop is an oatmeal cafe in Davis Square, and yes, you should stop by for some good oatmeal.
Bloc Cafe is a coffee shop in Union Square that has good coffee and some great sandwiches.
Diesel Cafe is a popular coffee shop in Davis Square with, interestingly, some pool tables.
1369 is a Cambridge-based coffee house with a great selection of coffee and teas, and a tasty spicy breakfast sandwich.
Kohi is a P-town based coffee shop with some unique coffee offerings. They also have locations in Brighton and Downtown.
The Well is Boston’s only non-profit coffee house, and they serve good iced coffee.
Vester is a Scandinavian-inspired coffee shop in Kendall Square with chic interiors and good coffee.
Black Sheep Bagel is a bagel and coffee spot in Harvard Square with wine and live music as well.