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A cozy pub with a seasonal deck where you can dine alfresco, river, and pool side and watch some of the most amazing sunsets you have ever seen.
Coffee Break Cafe has been specializing in mochas, lattes, specalty coffees (hot and iced), frozen drinks, cocas, chai, tea and exceptional service for over ten years!
Casual shop offering hot coffee & pastries as well as custom cakes, cookies & giftable recipe jars.
Monday: 7 am - 5 pmTuesday: 7 am - 5 pmWednesday: 7 am - 5 pmThursday: 7 am - 6 pmFriday: 7 am - 6 pmSaturday: 7 am - 5 pmSunday: 7 am - 1 pm
This Quincy Center restaurant serves breakfast and lunch Monday through Friday, breakfast lusnhc and dinner Wed-Saturday and breakfast on the weekend.
Dunkin’ Donuts is the world’s leading baked goods and coffee chain, serving more than 3 million customers per day.
A locally-owned and operated diner that serves up a delicious breakfast and lunch menu in a very family friendly atmosphere. Everything we serve is made from scratch and never frozen.
A visit to this unique shop is a treat for the young and the young at heart. There are balloons, a wooden gingerbread house, and lots of candy.
American and European food with a full bar, Granite Street Cafe is a place where tradition and delicious food enhance a family friendly, warm and relaxing atmosphere.
The South Shore’s favorite bagel shop. Our bagels are boiled and baked fresh each morning, along with fresh, locally roasted coffee and espresso beverages.
At Hull & Mason, we pay tribute to the beloved American classics by elevating them with fresh ingredients, bold flavors, and an artisan expertise. Our bar serves no-nonsense cocktails, barrel-
Long-standing chain serving a wide variety of pancakes & other American breakfast & diner fare.
Montilio’s of Boston, a premier bakery and cake shop, is a combination of family history, European traditions, and a desire to create the best.
Rozafa’s menu has something for everyone, from omelets to burgers to veal parmagiano. Our kitchen is a scratch kitchen, with everything made fresh to order.
Wheelhouse diner is a historic Quincy staple where you can get a great breakfast and lunch including homemade soups and chowders at affordable prices.
In 1950, William Rosenberg changed the name of his Quincy doughnut shop from The Open Kettle to Dunkin’ Donuts, and an international franchising giant was born.