Centre Street Cafe

★★★★★
  • 669A Centre St

    Boston, MA 02130

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  • 617-524-9217

About Centre Street Cafe

Hours
Mon-Fri: 11:30am-10pm, Sat: 9am-10pm, 9am-3pm, Sun: 9am-3pm
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I love going to this place for brunch - So good! Their staff is cool and there is usually some good music playing. The specials are just that, special yummy yummy. The regular options are great as well (I love the Truck Stop or the

3
★★★★★

I love going to this place for brunch - So good! Their staff is cool and there is usually some good music playing. The specials are just that, special yummy yummy. The regular options are great as well (I love the Truck Stop or the

Pros: local food

Cons: space

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I have never been disappointed by this place. Food is always amazing, and for the price is ALWAYS fresh, cooked perfectly, and of course tastes better because they support local farmers. I would eat there everyday if I could, the menu is

3
★★★★★

I have never been disappointed by this place. Food is always amazing, and for the price is ALWAYS fresh, cooked perfectly, and of course tastes better because they support local farmers. I would eat there everyday if I could, the menu is

Pros: never had something that wasn't good

Cons: it's not a large place so there is a long line for sat. and sun. brunch, well worth the wait though!

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I love Centre Street brunch! I wish I were there right now! As others have said the food is fresh and the portions are large. This includes the Mimosas! They are huge! I also recommend the breakfast banana split, and the Cuban scramble.

3
★★★★★

I love Centre Street brunch! I wish I were there right now! As others have said the food is fresh and the portions are large. This includes the Mimosas! They are huge! I also recommend the breakfast banana split, and the Cuban scramble.

Pros: portions, food , mimmosas

Cons: line, passing through the kitchen to the restroom

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still one of the best brunches in boston, if you can get deal with the long lines! i recommend getting there just before the 3pm closing and there's usually less of a wait. uses mostly locally grown ingredients, really fresh! dinner is a

3
★★★★★

still one of the best brunches in boston, if you can get deal with the long lines! i recommend getting there just before the 3pm closing and there's usually less of a wait. uses mostly locally grown ingredients, really fresh! dinner is a

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We had heard such great hings about this place, and wanted to try somewhere new. We were the first customers in on a Monday night, were greeted very warmly by the staff, but then oddly enough with 4-5 servers and 2-3 peopole hovering

3
★★★★★

We had heard such great hings about this place, and wanted to try somewhere new. We were the first customers in on a Monday night, were greeted very warmly by the staff, but then oddly enough with 4-5 servers and 2-3 peopole hovering

Cons: No parking, snippy note on the door about using credit cards, awful food

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I don't know what people see in this place, except for possibly the scene. The food is definitely only average or below, mostly just boring and waaayyyyyy overpriced. I went in on an off hour to try it out before attempting the

3
★★★★★

I don't know what people see in this place, except for possibly the scene. The food is definitely only average or below, mostly just boring and waaayyyyyy overpriced. I went in on an off hour to try it out before attempting the

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This JP institution is a great treat for brunch. The portions are gigantic so enter with an empty belly. This place is always hopping, although I have only visited Centre Street Cafe for it's famous brunch. The morning specials are usually

3
★★★★★

This JP institution is a great treat for brunch. The portions are gigantic so enter with an empty belly. This place is always hopping, although I have only visited Centre Street Cafe for it's famous brunch. The morning specials are usually

Pros: Great food, giant portions, fabulous choices

Cons: Long waits, crowded

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Breakfast and Brunch are fabulous. It is a but pricey though but well worth it for the yummy food. However, the dinner menu is also expensive and not as good as the breakfast menu. I had a 26 dollar steak which was just okay, it had a

3
★★★★★

Breakfast and Brunch are fabulous. It is a but pricey though but well worth it for the yummy food. However, the dinner menu is also expensive and not as good as the breakfast menu. I had a 26 dollar steak which was just okay, it had a

Cons: crowded

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Centre Street Cafe has the best brunch in Boston. It is served until 3:00 on both Saturday and Sunday. The portions were huge and super-fresh. I had the blueberry banana pancakes and my boyfriend had the truckstop special. Both meals came

3
★★★★★

Centre Street Cafe has the best brunch in Boston. It is served until 3:00 on both Saturday and Sunday. The portions were huge and super-fresh. I had the blueberry banana pancakes and my boyfriend had the truckstop special. Both meals came

Pros: great food, friendly staff, good value

Cons: wait, service kind of slow

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This is probably my favorite restaurant ever. We lived in JP for years and ate their all the time. The brunch is heavenly, the waffles with fresh fruit piled high, the salmon/egg thing was amazing, the owners are terrific. I am going

3
★★★★★

This is probably my favorite restaurant ever. We lived in JP for years and ate their all the time. The brunch is heavenly, the waffles with fresh fruit piled high, the salmon/egg thing was amazing, the owners are terrific. I am going

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The two dozen seats at Centre Street cafe turn over like hotcakes. With each turn comes a different face: hippies, retirees, yuppies, artists, students. They're all part of what makes Jamaica Plain the closest thing Boston will ever haveā€¦

 

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