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Caffè Nero in Boston

Cafe / Restaurant
Moderate Noise
Several Plugs

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Workspace Details + Amenities

Food Bakery options and pre-made sandwiches, salads, smoothies
Seating Capacity 50
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Web www.caffenero.com  

Pro Tips

You will get Wi-Fi access in 3 hour increments. Beautiful atmosphere!


  • 3 hour wifi time limit

  • 3-hour WiFi limit, but that is usually a good reason to take a break. Lots of seats. Lots of plugs. No pressure to buy anything, no feeling like you are taking up a spot. Very casual, very chill. Noise level: medium-loud. Prices: Average for Boston coffee shops.

  • Revision – Wifi is free the entire time, but the cafe’s initial pop-up message says only the first 3 hours are complimentary

  • Really cool vintage atmosphere with classical music playing. Just got one of the best chai lattes I’ve had. Wifi is free for the first 3 hours only.

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