An Italian-style coffee train continues to roll through Boston, dropping off more and more locations of Caffe Nero. The newest version of the London-based coffee chain opened its doors at 7 a.m. on November 3 at 55 Northern Ave. in Boston’s Seaport District, and per custom, the shop will celebrate the opening with free coffee for visitors until 3 p.m. today.
Caffe Nero’s presence in the area has ignited and taken off at full speed, with the addition of several locations over the last two years. There are now 17 cafes around Greater Boston, including suburban locations in Andover, Wellesley, Reading, and Arlington.
In addition to Italian-style coffee beverages ranging from espresso and lattes to flat whites, Caffe Nero offers a food menu that features pastries and cookies, sandwiches, salads, yogurt parfaits, muffins, cakes, and several other snack items.
Just a couple weeks ago, Caffe Nero also unveiled a new location at Somerville’s Assembly Row.
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