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No. 17 Boston

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Boston’s notable coffee history dates back to 1932, when longtime favorite Polcari’s first opened in the North End. More recently, Cambridge’s Dwelltime—named for the amount of time that coffee grounds comingle with water before dripping—opened in a former art gallery that still shows exhibits and holds public cuppings every Thursday. Boston also ranked in the top 10 for great pizza.

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America's Best Coffee Cities 2013

No. 17 Boston

Boston’s notable coffee history dates back to 1932, when longtime favorite Polcari’s first opened in the North End. More recently, Cambridge’s Dwelltime—named for the amount of time that coffee grounds comingle with water before dripping—opened in a former art gallery that still shows exhibits and holds public cuppings every Thursday. Boston also ranked in the top 10 for great pizza.

See all the America’s Favorite Cities survey results!

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