Barrington Coffee Roasting Company, which operates a roastery out in the Berkshires and a popular cafe in Boston's Fort Point, is opening a second cafe "very, very soon," according to co-founder Gregg Charbonneau. It'll be located at 303 Newbury Street (near Hereford Street).
"The product and level of service will be right on par with our Fort Point location," says Charbonneau, "with the addition of a four-crucible Alpha Dominche Steampunk brewer. This will enable us to offer and highlight our beautiful selection of Farm Direct origins by the cup! We will also have of course our espresso drinks, single-origin espressos, a rotating selection of batch-brewed coffee on tap daily, and a full-leaf artisan tea menu."
On the food side, there will be locally sourced pastries and other treats delivered daily, as well as yogurt, granola, and "small simple savory rolls to tide people over."
Barrington Coffee Roasting Company is now more than two decades old; it was founded in 1993 by Charbonneau and Barth Anderson, who met in college and "quickly discovered their common love of everything coffee," according to the company's website.