Barrington Coffee Roasting Company (Fort Point)

(credit: Eater Boston)

(credit: Eater Boston)

kid-friendly restaurant review

Spork Rating: 2 

The Details:

  • Cuisine: Bakery/Cafe
  • Price: Cheap Eats
  • Hours: Monday – Friday: 7am – 7pm; Saturday & Sunday: 9am – 5pm
  • Reservations: No
  • Recommended For Dining With: Infants, Toddlers, Kids

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Barrington Coffee is a casual café located in the Fort Point/Waterfront area serving fresh pastries, snacks and coffee drinks. It makes for a great pit stop for parents looking for a pick-me-up after a long day at the Boston Children’s Museum. Known for it’s sophisticated and minimal space and free wifi, Barrington Coffee is best known for, you guessed it, coffee.

family-friendly restaurant tip This café has a couple picnic bench style tables that are great for families, and the rest of the seating is either in communal high-top tables or counter top seating lining the window.

Okay. Barrington Coffee is focused on coffee, so don’t expect too much when it comes to kid-friendly amenities. They do not have any highchairs but the spacious cafe allows you to park a stroller table side. There is a larger unisex bathroom that can easily fit a stroller inside. While the bathroom does not have a changing table, it does have a low wicker bench that can act as a changing table in a pinch.

Main Menu:
They offer a full menu of espresso drinks, drip and flash brewed coffees from family-owned farms and cooperatives. The cafe also offers a variety of socially responsible and locally sourced products including artisan teas, housemade granola, and freshly baked pastries and snacks that are ecologically friendly.


  • Coffee!
  • Housemade granola
  • Fig Bar
  • Scones

Kid’s Menu:
There is no kids menu at Barrington Coffee, but any of the local and organic treats provides some healthy kid options. For beverages, they offer non-caffeinated options such as soy milk and pure juices. Also, they have vegan and nut free food for sensitive eaters.

Nearby Attractions:

  • Boston Children’s Museum
  • Tea Party Museum
  • North End
  • Faneuil Hall


  • Stroller Parking
  • T-Accessible

Getting There:

  • South Station
  • Street meter parking
  • Paid garage parking next door