Lincoln Street Coffee

★★★★☆
  • 15 Lincoln St

    Newton Highlands, MA 02461

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  • 617-244-1600

About Lincoln Street Coffee

Hours
Mon-Fri 7am-7pm Sat 8am-7pm Sun 8am-5pm

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Big squishy sofas, handmade ceramic mugs, and wifi-- this coffee shop in Newton seems to be mostly populated with the stroller set on the weekends. Tables are a bit small for much laptopping, but this is a nice coffee shop for conversation rather than work, and it's not too far from the Newton Highlands station.

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★★★★☆

Big squishy sofas, handmade ceramic mugs, and wifi-- this coffee shop in Newton seems to be mostly populated with the stroller set on the weekends. Tables are a bit small for much laptopping, but this is a nice coffee shop for conversation rather than work, and it's not too far from the Newton Highlands station.

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This location is very unique as far as coffee houses go. The environment is very much like a being in a living room. They have a much more diverse food menu then most coffee shops. The only times I've felt rushed was with a line of other people stretching out behind me. Aside from that I've found the staff to be very pleasant and conversational. They usually bring your food and drinks out to you when things are calm enough which I always appreciate as a courtesy. I do tend to not like the kid friendliness of the environment. It doesn't make sense to me since kids don't drink coffee and I find them to be a severe distraction when trying to work on anything there but I understand that it's a neighborhood shop and catered more towards the families in the area. Over all I very much enjoy spending time there when I get the chance.

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★★★★☆

This location is very unique as far as coffee houses go. The environment is very much like a being in a living room. They have a much more diverse food menu then most coffee shops. The only times I've felt rushed was with a line of other people stretching out behind me. Aside from that I've found the staff to be very pleasant and conversational. They usually bring your food and drinks out to you when things are calm enough which I always appreciate as a courtesy. I do tend to not like the kid friendliness of the environment. It doesn't make sense to me since kids don't drink coffee and I find them to be a severe distraction when trying to work on anything there but I understand that it's a neighborhood shop and catered more towards the families in the area. Over all I very much enjoy spending time there when I get the chance.

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I thought that this should be a great place to visit, talk with friends, etc. I was meeting a business associate for a quick meetings and when he suggested this place, I thought fine. Boy, was I wrong. The man who took my order, took it and walked away! Into the kitchen. I stood there waiting until another young girl came and helped me. She has NO idea how to make the drink I wanted (Chi). So she went in search for this guy, and by this point I was already very annoyed. So the young man comes back and was very rude, AGAIN. Finally I paid for my drink, went to my table and waited. It took about five minutes, they called it out and I got it, asked where the napkins was they pointed to the corner. Overall I thought the service was horrible. I cannot believe they get repeat customers. The Chai was okay but the person I was meeting got coffee cake and it was very hard. Stale.BUt I thought, what was the point in saying anything? They really dont seem to care.

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★★☆☆☆

I thought that this should be a great place to visit, talk with friends, etc. I was meeting a business associate for a quick meetings and when he suggested this place, I thought fine. Boy, was I wrong. The man who took my order, took it and walked away! Into the kitchen. I stood there waiting until another young girl came and helped me. She has NO idea how to make the drink I wanted (Chi). So she went in search for this guy, and by this point I was already very annoyed. So the young man comes back and was very rude, AGAIN. Finally I paid for my drink, went to my table and waited. It took about five minutes, they called it out and I got it, asked where the napkins was they pointed to the corner. Overall I thought the service was horrible. I cannot believe they get repeat customers. The Chai was okay but the person I was meeting got coffee cake and it was very hard. Stale.BUt I thought, what was the point in saying anything? They really dont seem to care.

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Great place. Very comfy and homey without making it awkward that you're relaxing next to a complete stranger. Food is great and the service is very friendly. I must admit that I didn't really like the coffee all that much, which is why I didn't give it 5 stars, but everything else was delicious.

It was a welcome pit stop in between shopping on a cold day.

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★★★★☆

Great place. Very comfy and homey without making it awkward that you're relaxing next to a complete stranger. Food is great and the service is very friendly. I must admit that I didn't really like the coffee all that much, which is why I didn't give it 5 stars, but everything else was delicious.

It was a welcome pit stop in between shopping on a cold day.

Pros: Decor is great, comfortable, tasty

Cons: No parking, coffee was not all that great unfortunately

Message from Lincoln Street Coffee

Lincoln Street Coffee is a locally owned gourmet coffeehouse in Newton Highlands, Massachusetts where you can enjoy premium roasted coffee. Their coffee is grown in rich soil under a partially shaded sun, harvested only when fully ripe and at the peak of flavor, roasted daily and freshly brewed with the utmost care.

The owner Peter Meyer, had a successful fourteen-year career managing luxury hotels including The Ritz-Carlton, Marriott and The Hotel Commonwealth, before he opened this gourmet neighborhood coffee house in 2005. Peter makes sure that you will encounter a staff that has been thoroughly trained to make your gourmet coffee experience completely enjoyable. While you may visit for a quick cup of coffee and breakfast on the way to work, a leisurely latte in the middle of the day with your child or a tasty ice cream in the evening, you will always be treated as a welcomed guest.

Parents with children are always welcome! While you sip your gourmet coffee or tea, your kids can indulge in a hot chocolate topped with whipped cream and marshmallows. They offer many wholesome menu items for kids, including organic yogurt, peanut butter and jelly, granola and organic juices.

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coffee, ice cream, tea, hot chocolate, soups, salads, sandwiches, croissants, steamers, gourmet coffee, espresso, organic, kid friendly

 

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