PRLog - Feb. 28, 2014 - BOSTON -- Café de Boston, a Boston marketplace eatery, has announced it has more than doubled in size. The restaurant, located at 75-101 Federal Street in the heart of Boston’s Financial District has expanded from approximately 5,500 square feet to over 11,000 square feet.
Cafe de Boston
“Our expansion is a reflection of our growth and provides us with an opportunity to increase our already wide selection of menu items from around the world,” said Owner Levent Berksan, “We are equally excited to open our new Patisserie and state of the art conference room.”
About Café de Boston
Café de Boston is a marketplace eatery, a new expression of fast-casual dining blending made-to-order, self-serve and take-out fare.
Serving fresh breakfast and lunch options in Boston’s bustling Financial District, Café de Boston offers myriad stations of diverse global cuisines that satisfy just about any craving. Variety, value, freshness and flavor drive the menu, which features over 100 items made from scratch daily using all-natural, seasonal, and whenever possible, organic ingredients.
In addition to extensive dine-in and take-out options, Café de Boston offers an array of retail items such as nuts, dried fruits, homemade granola, olive oils and Turkish teas & coffee. Unique beverage options include Turkish sodas, juices and sparkling waters like Camlica, Tamek and SaKa.
Café de Boston also offers off-site catering for breakfast, lunch, dinner and dessert available for pick-up or delivery throughout Boston and Cambridge. The possibilities are endless with customized menus of Café de Boston inspired world cuisine. Please call 617-482-1006 or log on to www.cafedeboston.com for more information.