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Chococoa Baking Company & Cafe in Boston

Cafe / Restaurant
Moderate Noise
Several Plugs

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Workspace Details + Amenities

Coffee Fair trade coffee, espresso bar, both hot and iced avaliable
Tea Various tea
Food Whoopie pies, pastries, baked goods, gluten-free, chocolate
Seating Capacity 30
Group Space Yes
Types of Seating Small tables, Larger tables
Keywords Group Friendly, Kid Friendly, Has Power
Web chococoabaking.com  

Pro Tips

Not a huge space, but very cosy and the lighting is nice. I believe they have a light background music, or none. They do have a small, but special section "Coffice Area" for those that need a space to work and/or meet. It is children friendly. They have a child corner so children can be engaged while parents meet for coffee.

They have gluten free desserts. They have a Facebook page that includes their weekly special drink. If you are looking for a meal, there are a lot of good food places within the Mill building.


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