Spork Rating: 5
- Neighborhood: Jamaica Plain
- Cuisine: Bakery/Cafe
- Price: Cheap Eats. Everything under $10.
- Hours: Weekdays 7am-7pm, Saturday 8am-7pm, Sunday 9am-3pm
- Reservations: No. Order at the counter and grab an open table.
- Recommended For Dining With: Infants, toddlers, kids
Tucked in a corner of JP’s The Brewery complex, this casual, family-friendly and delicious bakery and cafe turns out unique and tasty sandwiches, salads, baked goods and other treats all while focusing on sustainable business practices. Whether it is the locally sourced ingredients, composting and recycling practices (including their take-out containers), or that they refuse to serve tomatoes unless they are in season, this funky and cozy spot consistently garners awards for their green practices and accolades for their food. With rotating local artists hanging on the walls, you’ll even manage to squeeze in a bit of culture between bites.
Once your order is in, just settle in at your table. Just listen up for your name to be called when drinks are up at the counter, and the friendly and efficient staff will deliver your food to your table.
Great! There are high chairs a-plenty and at least one or two kids bellied up to a table at all times of day.
Dining with a busy toddler or child? Check out the collection of books, crayons, games and more on the windowsill across from the coffee station. Just ask a staff member for a piece of brown sandwich paper if you need some drawing papers.
Made-to-order sandwiches and salads offer creative twists on classic favorites, fun and classic baked beckon to you from behind a glass panel, and the the rotating soups made from scratch are never a bad choice. This is a tea-lover’s dream, with countless choices of hot and iced teas. Favorites include:
- The Sweet Potato as a salad or sandwich (ask for extra tahini-poppy seed spread!)
- The lemonade and iced tea combos
There’s no formal kid’s menu, but there are plenty of options to go around. Most sandwiches can be customized to match your little one’s tastes, the soup of the day is often a good choice and what kid doesn’t like yummy baked goods? Check out the delicious PB&J/H/N (peanut butter and your choice of jam, honey or Nutella). For the infants and toddlers still perfecting the art of chewing, the Ula staff can put together a number of softer side items, such as roasted sweet potatoes, avocados or hummus.
- Sam Adams Brewery
- Jamaica Pond
- Larz Anderson Park
- Arnold Arboretum
- Franklin Park Zoo
- Easy entrance/access for strollers
- Changing tables
- High chairs
- T accessible
- T accessible by the Orange Line’s Green Street station
- The Brewery complex provides ample parking.