Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Caffe Nero Is Opening at Somerville's Assembly Row

A chain of European-style coffee places that is rapidly expanding through the Boston area will be opening yet another, with this one being in a growing development in Somerville.

Boston Magazine is reporting that Caffe Nero plans to open a new location at Assembly Row, with its opening being a part of Phase 2 of construction which will also bring such places as Zo, Waxy O'Connor's, Mike's Pastry, Lucky Strike, and more. Once it opens this fall, the new shop will join a number of others in the Greater Boston area, including in Downtown Crossing, the South End, Fort Point, Longwood, Jamaica Plain, Brookline, Cambridge's Central Square, Andover, and Wellesley.

The website for Caffe Nero, which is based in London, can be found at http://www.caffenero.com/

[September 25 update: It looks like Caffe Nero at Assembly Row may be close to opening, as a Craigslist post mentions that it is holding a job fair tomorrow and Wednesday.]

[October 20 update: According to a Twitter post from the place, Caffe Nero soft-opens today at Assembly Row, and it will give out free coffee from now until 3:00 PM, when it closes for the day.]

[October 25 update: A message sent from Caffe Nero indicates that its Assembly Row location is now fully open, with hours being 6:30 AM to 9:30 PM Monday through Friday and 7:00 AM to 9:00 PM on weekends.]

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[A related post from our sister site (Boston's Hidden Restaurants): List of Restaurant Closings and Openings in the Boston Area]





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