Located just off the lobby of the Museum of Natural History, this colorful cafeteria makes a welcome stop for freshly prepared soups, sandwiches, salads, and entrées. Plenty of healthful, good-tasting options for vegetarians and kids are additional draws. And besides serving as a visitor amenity, the café is also open to the public, with no admission fee.
This wee and tidy space in the Cedar-Fairmount District is as crisp and cosmopolitan as a bespoke suit. More bakery than café, the shop specializes in sweets of every size, color and seductiveness. Rounding out the menu are made-to-order panini and French crepes, both sweet and savory.
College students and folk fans flock here for hot mocha latte and live music from one-man bands to acoustic jams and unplugged hams.
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