I have a constant sweet tooth, so I like anything from the bakery, like cupcakes, cookies.
It’s a great idea to start your day with a small cup of coffee and one of the delicious desserts. It will definitely brighten your busy daily journey. Boston may offer a lot of remarkable bakeries with its own New England flair and French atmosphere.
Jamaica Plain in Boston is full of marvelous restaurants and bakeries. Consequently, there is no surprise that one of the best bakeries in Boston is located here, in J.P.
According to Boston Magazine, Canto 6 was the best bakeries of 2007. Now, 7 years later, it’s still perfect.
It’s a pretty tiny space that local people love to visit. If you are curious where to buy the best croissants in the city – come here. Chocolate, buttery almond or gruyere croissants – not too rich, but fresh and delicious.
Would like to learn how to bake? Visit Flour Bakery in Boston or in Cambridge. And don’t forget to try their famous Sticky Bun.
All pastries in the cafe are usually huge and can easily be shared (I’m not sure you would like to share them though). The line is often long – but of course, if everything is so good here.
They also have great coffee – and what I really like about it – it’s not over-roasted.
If you’re thinking about Wedding or Birthday cake or if you would like to send a dessert to you friend – then Sweet Tooth Boston is for you.
You can order their delightful designer cakes and desserts online and you will get exactly what you would need. But if you can visit them in Boston it would be even better – just to try their Chocolate Pizza or Breakfast pastries.
Brookline is another area in Boston where you can find extraordinary restaurants and bakeries. Clear Flour Bread concentrates in making the authentic breads of France and Italy. From baguettes to loaves – you would find out it from its name. But forget about a diet (just for a day) and try their Brioche, The Morning Buns or Chocolate Chunk Cookies.