Spork Rating: 2
- Cuisine: Bakery/Cafe
- Price: Cheap Eats
- Hours: Monday – Friday: 7am – 7pm; Saturday & Sunday: 9am – 5pm
- Reservations: No
- Recommended For Dining With: Infants, Toddlers, Kids
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.
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.
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.
- Housemade granola
- Fig Bar
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.
- Boston Children’s Museum
- Tea Party Museum
- North End
- Faneuil Hall
- Stroller Parking
- South Station
- Street meter parking
- Paid garage parking next door