This bakery/ coffee shop is part of the New England Culinary Institute. Great baked goods to eat in or to go.There is some outdoor seating that will have you at the center of the smallest state capitol in the U.S.. you can walk to the...More
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We stopped in La Brioche just to get something to drink and found the most delicious desserts. We had the Peanut Butter Chocolate Cup, Oatmeal Raisen and a Vermont Chrunchie. All were incredible. All three with a soda were just over $9. Very reasonable for...More
Brioche, butter and jam, cafe' au lait or croissant will start your day with a 'merveilleux' or at least an mmmm!
The food is great, although their lunch 'bag lunch' is usually hard to fulfill because they can't seem to keep salads on hand for days at a time sometimes. Very frustrating. But if you want a great sandwich or sweet this is the place.
Great Bakery & Coffee House. Extensive bakery goods and always changing - which is a good thing. Good lunch menu also with soups, sandwiches & salads. Breakfast scones. I frequented this establishment often and always pleased. Great coffees offered also. Baked items made the old...More
The cakes are beautiful but its a bit of a self serve atmosphere. Very decadent and delicious but cafeteria style service. My mom paid for my piece of cake so i dont remember how expensive it was or wasn't. I would buy from them again...More
The NECI students work here too, so sometimes the service is . . . learning. Usually the folks are happy to help and the food is fresh and varied. Stand in line to order. Baked goods are great. There are pre-made sandwiches and salads if...More