A local coffee roaster will close one of its two Boston cafes following business on Monday. Barrington Coffee Roasting Company in Fort Point (346 Congress St., Boston) has its last day in business January 28, an employee reached at the shop confirmed. Several Twitter users indicate that the cafe may be replaced with a Santander bank.
Barrington first opened its Fort Point cafe in 2011 and later added a second Boston proper location in Back Bay (303 Newbury St.). The company roasts its beans at a facility in Lee and operates a wholesale business that serves many of the Boston area’s coffee shops and cafes. Coffees are roasted to order, and the beans are selected for their quality and sustainability.
Each of the Barrington cafes serves hot and iced coffee beverages, cold brew, tea, and assorted snacks, from yogurt and oatmeal to bagels and pastries. Catch the team at the Fort Point cafe before it closes at the end of the day on January 28.
Eater has reached out to Barrington for more details on today’s closure and will update this story if more information becomes available.
• Barrington Coffee Roasting Company Coverage on Eater [EBOS]
• Barrington Coffee Roasting Company [Official Site]