Coffee may not be the first thing that comes to mind when you think of
Massachusetts, but New England is teeming with some seriously wicked coffee roasters. With so many to choose from, it would be practically impossible for you not to find your next favorite pourover from one of these top-of-the-line coffee shops.
The craft coffee scene is booming with an intense focus on ethically sourced beans, innovative roasting techniques, and complicated wrist movements to nail the perfect latte art. The coffee shops in Massachusetts are no stranger to craft and there are plenty of roasters in the state developing their practices to brew the perfect pick-me-up.
Looking for your next caffeine fix in New England? Check out this guide to the best coffee in Massachusetts from
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Address: 108 Lincoln St, Boston, MA 02111 (Leather District), 100 High St, Boston, MA 02110 (High Street Place Food Hall)
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Opening hours: Leather District: Monday-Friday, 8 am to 3 pm; Saturday-Sunday, 9 am to 3 pm. High Street: Monday-Wednesday, 7 am to 8/9 pm; Thursday-Friday, 7 am to 11 pm; Saturday, 9 am to 11 pm
What’s a better place to start a tour of New England’s best coffee than in
Boston, MA! Grab a thoughtfully crafted cup of coffee from
Gracenote Coffee in the Leather District. This local roastery prides itself on sourcing fantastic green coffee and a meticulous roasting practice that aims to bring out the beans’ full potential.
With carefully selected and roasted batches of Columbian, Ethiopian, Rwandan, and Burundi coffee beans, you’re bound to find the pourover of your dreams in this charming brick and wood-accented cafe. If you can’t make it to downtown Boston, look for Gracenote coffee at one of their
wholesale partners, or
order a bag online to stock your own cupboards.
If you’re looking for a little bit more than just coffee, head to Gracenote Coffee and Wine Bar at High Street Place Food Hall. Stop by for a fresh pour of espresso and a glass of wine to get your night started, or keep an eye on their
Instagram for one-off coffee cocktail nights!
Broadsheet Coffee Roasters
Address: 100 Kirkland St, Cambridge, MA 02138
Opening hours: Monday-Friday, 7:30 am to 3 pm; Saturday-Sunday, 8 am to 3 pm
Next up, head to
Cambridge for a cutting-edge brew from
Broadsheet Coffee Roasters. This is the first and only place to find specialty roasted coffee around Harvard yard, so you know that they are working hard to keep up with some of the smartest students in the country. Innovative on-site roasting and ethically sourced beans are only the foam on top of the latte for this shop.
If you’re not in the mood for a carefully perfected pourover, try a latte with one of their housemade syrups and pair it with a bite from their
international food program. All edible selections are carefully chosen to be paired with current coffee offerings, so you won’t be disappointed by any combination.
Pro Tip If you loved your iced latte, you can order a made-to-order bulk beverage 32-oz jug—iced coffee, iced tea, cold brew, lattes, chai lattes, and matcha lattes available!
Address: 6 Brussels Street, Worcester, MA 01610
Opening hours: Daily, 8 am to 4 pm
Nothing says third-wave specialty coffee like a sustainable microroast from
Acoustic Java—they even have an Organic Facility certification from the USDA! Their beans are roasted in 30 to 60-pound batches, so the coffee is always fresh and always unique.
Every bean that Acoustic Java uses is sourced with intention—whether it's organic, fair trade, women-produced, bird-friendly, rainforest-alliance, or high-scoring direct trade beans. Even the ingredients they use for their
food menu are organic and sourced from local providers.
Come to Acoustic Java in
Worcester for an ethical, delicious breakfast and brew, and you may just stay all day for the welcoming vibes in their community-forward roastery and tasting cafe.
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Address: 268 Cabot Street, Beverly, MA 01915
Opening hours: Daily, 8 am to 5 pm
Atomic Coffee has been in the coffee roasting game for over two decades now, growing its production from a single Diedrich IR-7 to two roasting facilities. Head to their family-operated flagship
Atomic Cafe in
Beverly, MA to enjoy their award-winning coffee alongside a delicious vegan sandwich from their in-house kitchen.
The small business vibes in the Cafe are truly top-notch, and you’ll definitely want to make a trip here if you’re a fan of iced coffees. Atomic Coffee recently expanded its offsite roastery with a 10,000-square-foot facility dedicated to the art of cold brewing. Grab a nitro pour in-house or a
can to-go to enjoy the refreshing hints of citrus and aromatic tasting notes of perfectly blended Central American and African beans in a new way.
George Howell Coffee
Address: 311 Walnut Street, Newtonville MA, 02460
Opening hours: Monday-Friday, 7:30 am to 5 pm; Saturday, 8 am to 5 pm; Sunday, 8 am to 3:30 pm
Since establishing its roastery in 2004,
George Howell Coffee has grown into a respected wholesale supplier in Massachusetts and beyond. You may spot their award-winning single-origin Terroir® blend on the shelves at your grocery store, but the best way to enjoy the expertise of these roasters is at their
original cafe in
Another Massachusetts pioneer in ethically sourced roasting, George Howell Coffee is dedicated to sharing the knowledge of roasting over a good cup of coffee. The eponymous George himself has a
fascinating history, and you can learn all about the history of his coffees from their
online resources or one of their incredibly knowledgable baristas.
Stop in for a can of Snapchilled iced craft coffee or an Alchemy blend espresso latte, a delicious baked good, and a new bit of information about the coffee roasting process.
Address: 199 Commercial St, Provincetown, MA 02657
Opening hours: Daily, 7 am to 5 pm
Head to the cape to wrap up your coffee tour with a stop at
Kohi Coffee Company in Provincetown. While most of our other picks have been chosen for their in-house roasting, Kohi makes our list for their expertly crafted signature drinks and welcoming vibes on the waterfront.
One step into this small, LGBTQ-owned basement coffee shop and you’ll know you’re in for a seriously delicious cup of coffee. Kohi Coffee partners with
Tandem Coffee Roasters and carefully selected guest roasters to deliver caffeine magic. The
menu features standard craft selections—some using the
NoLA influence of chicory—as well as teas, lemonades, and seasonal pastries.
Pro Tip You can also find Kohi in Brighton and Boston, but the original cafe in Provincetown is our favorite location. Check their
website for more details!
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