When East meets West – Caffe Bene Review

Storefront of Caffe Bene

Caffe Bene. 333 Massachusetts Ave, Boston, MA. Closest T Stop – Symphony. Hours. Mon-Thurs 7am-11pm. Fri-Sat 7am-12am. Sun 8am-11pm.

Inspired by its European counterparts in morning beverages, Caffe Bene is a Korean business located a few steps away from the Green Line Symphony Station. The menu featured everything from an assortment of breakfast sandwiches, sweet delights, and a wide range of coffee and teas.

The first thing you’ll notice when you walk into the coffee shop is its homey design. Everything from the decor to the lighting gives off a very welcoming vibe. The tables are made of rugged yet aesthetically pleasing blocks of wood; the walls are lined with CDs, books and vinyls of all different kinds.

Their single cappuccino, coming in at just under four dollars, is absolutely delicious. The aroma of the coffee lingers on until for quite a while after you’re finished. It’s a nice little delight for people who truly enjoy coffee.

As delicious and delicate as it looks

One patron, a college student named Hae Won Park, says she comes to Caffe Bene all the time to do her work.

“This place has got nice lighting, a lot of room during the weekdays, and it always feels cozy,” said Hae Won.


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