A cold afternoon and a stop here to get warmth and lunch. Right up my alley, organic foods and great coffee selections. A cozy little place that’s well worth the stop. Enjoy!
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Went here after our trip to the Whaling Museum. The food was excellent! So many choices and everything that was ordered was excellent. Service was a little slow, so don't expect to rush in an out of here. The food was worth the little wait...More
We enjoyed our soup, pizza, and sandwich at this restaurant. The service was excellent as was the food.
We have celiac , gluten and Diary intolerances. The waitress and chef were very attentive and accommodating, nothing was too much trouble!!
Across the street from the Whaling Museum. Rebecca friendly and efficient. Food was very good. We had the Chicken Caesar Wrap and the Thanksgiving Sandwich. These were large sandwiches!
I've heard lots of good things about Tia Maria's and have been wanting to go there since it opened a few years ago. I convinced my wife to give a try one recent Friday evening for a light supper. The dining room is decorated quaintly...More
Before tackling the Whaling Museum we had a nice coffee at Tia Maria, only problem was the two available tables were taken and, they wouldn't let us sit in the lunch area and the back room was full of a large group of women having...More
Had lunch here yesterday and had trouble choosing since menu was very comprehensive. Ended up selecting a true Portuguese beef sandwich with the authentic fried, sliced potatoes, called rodelas. Wonderful flavor and such a generous portion, I had to bring half home. Not usually a...More
Cozy and authentic Portuguese/Azorean cuisine. Good coffee and tea. Great for breakfast, spicy chouriço, eggs and sandwiches are served in generous portions. Delicious pastries and baked goods. Friendly staff. Little piece of Portugal in MA.