Anyway, it is a pretty cool place. It used to be a bank (Somerville National Bank) so there are two huge vaults inside that you can actually sit in to sip your coffee. They have pastries, sandwiches, and all sorts of espresso drinks. We thought it was pretty cool how they had another separate espresso bar towards the back that was built on top of old safety deposit boxes.
And of course, I snapped a few photos. 🙂
Said by a picky coffee drinker: “I prefer white for breakfast, and black for dinner.”
We were talking about how it would be nice to live in the Union Square area if/once they clean it up a bit more. They are planning on extending the green line T out to here so it’ll be interesting to see a) how long that will really take, and b) the impact it will have in the neighborhood in terms of traffic and business.
In the meantime, I could see us returning to enjoy coffee on the weekends. It’s across the street from Capone Foods where we picked up some gnocchi and pasta sauce. Mmmm, can’t wait to try the sweet potato gnocchis!