Get your coffee fix near your Boston Office


If you’re anything like the stereotypical Bostonian, then you most likely start every day with a coffee (more commonly pronounced here ‘cawfee’). It seems to be a way of life here in Boston, part of everyone’s daily ritual. It’s hard not to notice the number of people on their morning commute gripping onto their coffee for dear life.

One of the great things about working in Boston Offices is being in the heart of Boston. Being right beside Downtown Crossing, Faneuil Hall and the Financial District means coffee choices are huge. However, sometimes too many options can lead to a rushed and regretful decision. So, to make it easier for you, we’ve put together a list of Boston’s best coffee spots for your daily fix.

Tatte Bakery and Cafe

Right off of the One Boston Place lobby, Tatte is the perfect spot to grab a quick bite and coffee before the day begins. Tatte took over the former Paul Bakery space this spring, its second location in the Downtown area. Tatte is open daily, from 7 am-8 pm Mondays-Fridays, 8 am-8 pm on Saturdays, and 8 am-6 pm on Sundays.

201 Washington Street, Boston, 02108

tatte bakery and cafe

The Well Coffee House

Would you like the money you spend on your daily coffee to go to a good cause? Well, the Well Coffee House may be the place for you. Proceeds from The Well Coffee House are donated to other nonprofit organizations, with different organizations chosen each month.

212 Washington Street, Boston, 02108

iced coffee

Ziggy’s Coffee

Conveniently located behind our One Boston Place location right on Boston’s Freedom Trail and nestled in the heart of historic downtown, Ziggy’s Coffee Bar is a modern coffee bar offering a wide range of coffee drinks in addition to beer and cocktails in a casual atmosphere. Ziggy’s serves a full breakfast menu along with many grabs and go items including breakfast sandwiches and bagels, perfect before you start your day at the office.

102 Tremont Street, Boston, 02108

Sam Adams brewery

Ogawa Coffee

This Japanese coffee chain opened its first international spot in the heart of Downtown Crossing, which is lucky for us!! If you appreciate coffee art you will not be disappointed – they do the best puppy latte! They are also known for their delicious matcha lattes and cake rolls. If you’re in the mood for a coffee with friends or even to get some work done, Ogawa is a great place to go.

10 Milk St, Boston, MA 02108


George Howell Coffee

Arguably the best Americano in Boston. Go enjoy a cup while walking around Boston Public Market. If you’re “serious” about your coffee, mainly speciality coffee, George Howell is a safe bet in the city. The owner George Howell is a pioneer of America’s specify coffee movement. His chain Coffee Connection was acquired Starbucks. Afterwards, he travelled around the world to collect high-quality Single Estate coffee.

Boston Public Market, 100 Hanover St, Boston, MA 02108


Boston Common Coffee Co.

Proud to be a locally owned roaster, retailer & bakery. Roasting high-quality coffee all day long. Keep it local, and organic! This eco-conscious coffee shop serves up the most delicious fair-trade drinks. They even have four new creative doughnuts flavors every Thursday! Find out what they are the night before by following BCCC on Instagram.

45 Bromfield St, Boston, MA 02108

coffee shop

Render Coffee

A cozy spot to indulge your coffee cravings. It is a cozy daytime gathering spot where artisanal coffee shares the menu with quiche, bagels & sandwiches. They have a lot of space, light and tables, with both an indoor and outdoor patio. They also have free, if not speedy internet access. It’s a perfect place to hunker down and work for a couple of hours if you want to leave the office. Seems like the close the location beside our 53 State Street place, but they have 2 other location in the town. With South Boston being the closest one.

2 Drydock Ave, Boston, MA 02109

render coffee

Sip Coffee

Sip is a classic European-inspired espresso bar in Downtown Crossing, serving great coffee and fresh pastries. Bright & modern coffeehouse draws locals with beverages, light eats & a charming park side location. This little coffee shop in the centre of post office square, it is so beautiful in its location and coffee art. Perfect for the summertime they open all the glass doors so that the green trees and flowers are right there to look at, right beside our Exchange Place location.

0 Post Office Square, Boston, MA 37216

sip coffee

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