Find out what Cafe restaurants to try in Duxbury. Duxbury (older spelling, "Duxborough") is a historic seaside town in Plymouth County, Massachusetts, United States. A suburb located on the South Shore approximately 35 miles (56 km) to the southeast of Boston, the population was 15,059 at the 2010 census.
Things to do in Duxbury
4 based on 34 reviews
This is one of our favorites. Not only is the menu full of old breakfast standbys, it also offers variety and healthy choices. I am a fan of brewed flavored coffee and Will & Co. makes a variety. The street front of the restaurant is deceiving; it appears small but once you enter, you will find it is extensive. You canât go wrong with a relaxed breakfast at this gem.
Good Ice cream too
We stopped in today to check out this cute little place off of the main road in Kingston. We were there around 10am. We walked in and Maria the owner welcomed us with a hot croissant with cinnamon and sugar fresh out of the oven. Amazing!! We also ordered an iced latte which was great. The croissant was so good I decided to order a breakfast sandwich on a croissant as well. The eggs were cooked fresh, bacon nice and crisp, delicious melty cheese and of course on the amazing freshly baked croissant. After our meal Maria offered to let our 2yo daughter look around upstairs at the tea party room. Such a cute place with amazingly delicious baked goods and a pleasant owner. Be sure to check it out!
4 based on 48 reviews
Similar to the space, the menu is âsmallishâ. That being said, you can get the basic eggs, bacon, toast or choose from the pleasantly eclectic choices ranging from theâFavoriteâ breakfast sandwich (egg,ham,Brie and apple butter on a croissant) to homemade chicken and waffles among others. All the ingredients were fresh and as local as possible. You can have local free range chicken eggs for a modest up charge.The coffee was smooth and, like our food, well prepared. Service was efficient and generally friendly (perhaps a bad day but our white haired order taker lacked any semblance of a smile etc. ....). Note that they close around 2pm.
4 based on 45 reviews
A tiny little out of the way place with great food and freat device. Try thier Hash bendict or their portuguese French toast.
4 based on 251 reviews
Known for our fabulous food, and views. A taste for everyone.
We were served fast and pleasantly. I chose the fajita breakfast and my son the breakfast burrito. Perhaps I read the menu wrongly but I wasnât expecting mine to basically be a chicken omelette with tons of cheese. Couldnât taste the chicken nor fried peppers. The toast was un-toast like, and having kept it to eat later, I actually binned it. My son liked his burrito.
4 based on 43 reviews
A great place for breakfast and lunch. Good fresh food with ample portions. Very friendly staff.
Stopped for breakfast, found a very nice local cafe. Friendly staff, great breakfast, reasonable prices. Plenty of food on the plate. Good conversation.
4 based on 201 reviews
Stopped in fro an early lunch while visiting some local spots. Sandwiches were good portioned size and had a mimosa to go along with them !! Offer some unique special coffees as well. Prices were mid range and service was great.
5 based on 12 reviews
The Foodsmith is a scratch-bakery and lunch spot in historic Duxbury's Halls Corner neighborhood. Our mission is to serve up sweets, sandwiches and smiles!
The couple behind The Foodsmith truly care about customer service. Everything is made fresh daily and they honestly want you to love everything you try. I personally love this place and I'm a huge fan of their scones and breakfast sandwiches. The coffee is excellent too. IMHO - Foodsmith is the type of local business everyone should support and frequent.Thank you for appreciating our mission to serve good food with a smile! And we love that you are a fan of locally-owned businesses. We wish more people were so inclined!
Come early for the best baked bread anywhere. They have a number of breads they bake daily plus a variety of daily special. This is fresh baked organic artisan bread. The texture and flavor of these breads are amazing. You need to come early because they sell out every day. When the last loaf is sold thatâs it for the day.If there is such a thing as a master bread baker the owner of this âlittle bakeryâ is one. He uses old world European recipes. You cannot buy better or higher quality bread.
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