A Provincetown coffee shop arrived in Boston Thursday morning, making its first appearance in its new home at Boston Landing in Brighton. Kōhi Coffee Company opened the doors at 7 a.m. on October 12 after several months of preparation and buildout, announcing its arrival on social media.
Word of Kōhi’s Brighton location surfaced earlier this year as the neighborhood prepared for the opening of the Boston Landing commuter rail stop. Several other options for food and drink also opened in the complex, with more to come. Rail Stop Restaurant and Bar opened over the summer, and a Flatbread Company restaurant will bring both candlepin bowling and pizza to the area, as previously reported.
Kōhi has been around since 2014, operating in Provincetown on the Cape and serving assorted coffee beverages made with beans from Tandem Coffee Roasters. The menu includes espresso, cold brew, pour over, and tea, plus baked goods like scones, biscotti, granola, and cookies.
Elsewhere in Boston, other coffee shops continue to expand, with two new options headed for Harvard Square. The West Coast’s Blue Bottle Coffee is on track to open at 40 Bow St. sometime this fall, and Boston’s own Pavement Coffeehouse will be one of the businesses to open within the newly renovated Smith Campus Center, as Boston Restaurant Talk reports, along with Bon Me and Swissbakers. Additionally, London-based Caffe Nero continues to seep across the Boston landscape, with a new location set to open at Somerville’s Assembly Row and another suburban shop on the way to Concord.