Brooks & Crowley - March 2021


439 Washington Street Dedham, MA 02026 Inside This Issue

1 How Friends Help Us Stay Optimistic 2 Don’t Let This Tiny Distraction Destroy Your Productivity

How Can Real Estate Law Help You? 3 4 Methods to Keep Your Knives Sharp

English Ground Beef Pasties

4 Good News in Boston

Good News in Boston Best Coffee Spots to Brighten Your Month

Tough week? Get your morning started on the right foot with a perfect cup of coffee! Here are the best spots to sneak in your caffeine fix before your first Zoom call of the day. Café Landwer 900 Beacon St., Boston, 857-753-4035 383 Chestnut Hill Ave., Brighton, 617-383-5786 Israel’s first coffee roasting business chose Boston to be its first American location in 2018, and now it’s grown to two locations! While its coffee is the main attraction, you can also find freshly squeezed juices, smoothies, and a wide variety of Middle Eastern and Eastern Mediterranean-inspired dishes. Enjoy your coffee with a tasty, healthy meal, too. Revival Cafe + Kitchen 103 Newbury St., Boston, 617-665-5899 197 Elm St., Somerville, 617-665-5899 125 Cambridge Park Drive, Cambridge, 617-665-5899

As the coronavirus economy came crashing down on the restaurant industry, chef Steve “Nookie” Postal put his Cambridge restaurant Commonwealth into “hibernation” until an unannounced date in 2021. However, you can still pick up great pastries, sandwiches, and coffee at his trio of coffee shops he founded with Crema Cafe’s Liza Shirazi. Enjoy their curbside pickup and golden crema (double shot of espresso with honey and cinnamon) on the go! Recreo 1876 Centre St, West Roxbury, 617-553-2379 1 City Hall Square, Boston, 857-233-2747 You love your local farm-to-table restaurants — what about a farm-to-cup coffeehouse? Recreo Coffee & Roasterie was recently voted best coffeehouse in Massachusetts, located near our office! You'll get premium Nicaraguan coffee that supports and practices social and environmental stewardship. Their incredible cup of joe is made with single-origin coffee grown at their family farm in Jinotega,

Nicaragua. Don't want to walk in? Enjoy their affordable weekly or monthly coffee subscriptions to prepare your locally roasted coffee at home!


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