Monday, October 03, 2016

Blue Bottle Coffee Is Coming to the Boston Area

A San Francisco-based coffee roaster that has retail shops in three U.S. metropolitan areas and another city overseas is planning to expand to the Greater Boston area.

The Boston Globe is reporting that Blue Bottle Coffee is looking to open a store in Cambridge's Harvard Square in the fall of 2017 and it also getting ready to sign a lease for a second shop in Boston's Back Bay, while also eyeing other potential locations in the region for 2018 openings. Once the company arrives in the local area, they will join other shops in the San Francisco, Los Angeles, New York, and Tokyo areas, and based on those locations, the Boston-area stores will likely be third-wave specialty coffee shops that focus on high-quality beans, with options possibly including espresso drinks, pour-over coffee, pastries, and more.

According to the Globe, the Harvard Square location of Blue Bottle Coffee will be at 40 Bow Street; it is not yet known where the Back Bay location might be.

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Blogger Mr. Holznagel said...

I used to live in San Francisco and never loved this chain there. The lines are always long and slow (which proves that *somebody* loves it, I guess) and the prices quite high. The pour-over thing has just never lived up to the hype for me. It will be interesting to see if it succeeds here on the go-go East Coast.

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