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Harvard Square Cafes: the definitive guide

a brownie from Crema (good for camping out to)

Harvard Square is home not only to a lot of foot-fetishizing Japanese tourists and uppity academics, but also an overwhelming number of cafes. For real cafe die-hards, these businesses are much more than a coffee dispenser. (I’m looking at you, the one nursing your $3 latte for 6 hours.) Here’s to admitting that your trapped-on-a-desert-island essentials include your Macbook, a wi-fi connection, and a hard stool you had to elbow through the lunch rush crowd for.

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2 Responses to “Harvard Square Cafes: the definitive guide”

  1. You forgot Hi Rise on Brattle Street. Amazing coffee (Barismo and Ritual) and fantastic food. Cute atmosphere!

    Posted by Sara | January 11, 2010, 1:58 pm

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