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Re: “Birchgrove Baking

The best.

Like having access to a high end NYC bakery. Go early for croissants and scones. 10ish for hot cookies that leak chocolate all over your hands.

It's all gone by the end of the day. Except for the really really fancy stuff that lasts for several days in the case below.

Iced Coffee - Americano.
Almond Croissants.
Chocolate Chip Cookies.
Three items to motivate a person to get through almost anything.

It's expensive. And nothing has prices so you have to kind of order and be ready not to grimace. Also nothing is explained, as to what it is. So the very cool young women (pleasant and appropriately slightly bored) that work there lean on the counter and will tell the customer what's what. This can take some time and the people behind you are looking at their watches.

It's mostly to go but there are about 3 chairs inside, a high table and outside a bench. It's a get it and go place. I recommend that you get it. As often as possible.

Posted by Deborah B on 04/13/2015 at 9:17 AM

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Re: “Espresso Bueno

Barre, the anti-Montpeleir, the antithesis of frothy coffee (unless it's coffee topped with whipped cream and a big old donut full of artificial goop), has this one little outpost of carefully thought through consciously chosen coffee offerings. Expresso Bueno. I happen to enjoy Barre very much...and feel as comfortable at the Wayside as I do at the Cornerstone as I do at Basil's as I do at Expresso Bueno. Barre has long been known for having a Dunkin Donuts at the center of the community both physically and metaphorically. It's a town full of variety, struggle and love. This little coffee place adds a flavor that is needed. Within spitting distance of Dunkin Donuts, it is tucked in a dark space, and is like a club for people who are trying very hard to make the world a better place. I like the feeling of optimism in the air - which is odd because it is kind of dark and cozy.

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Posted by Deborah B on 04/13/2015 at 9:40 AM

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