A New Menu for a New Season!
Spring is here, and with that we've added new salads, paninis, and sandwiches to our menu ! Expertly crafted by our chefs, these six sandwiches and three salads are boldly seasoned, popping with color, and will have you craving more. So step out of the office and into the spring sun to come try our new menu items—they’re worth the trip! Visit our website to see the full menu!
Upcoming Events
Earth Day Trivia with John King
Presented with Fresh Ink Theatre &
the Boston Public Library
April 10 (Tuesday) 6-8 PM
Join us for an Earth Day edition of Trivia Tuesday with the team behind  Martha's (b)Rainstorm, a new play in development by Boston Public Library Playwright-in-Residence John J King! Grab a delicious Earth Day snack and test your brain on super storms, renewables, recyclables, and doables!
Literary Events
The Writer's Table
Drop-in Workshop
with Deborah Norkin
April 12,19 & 26 (Thursday)
11:30 AM - 1:30 PM
Deborah Norkin, food writing editor for Pangyrus, will be on hand to answer questions and give a brief talk on the craft of writing or publishing. Bring a one-page writing sample if you’d like to be matched to a critique group or writing partner.
The Edible Page
Author Talk
with Crystal King & Jennifer Packard
April 25 (Wednesday)
6:30 - 8 PM
Authors with food-focused books discuss their work while we serve literary inspired menu items. The series kicks off with Crystal King, author of Feast of Sorrow , and Jennifer Packard, author of A Taste of Broadway .
Beers & Bites:
Mayflower Brewing Company
April 26 (Thursday) 6–8 PM
Mayflower Brewing Company was founded in 2007 by a tenth great grandson of John Alden. Alden held the Mayflower’s most important job – building and tending the wooden barrels which carried thousands of gallons of beer. Upon arriving in Plymouth, they sought out land to use for brewing. The plantation they chose had a “very sweet brook” and “many delicate springs of as good water as may be drunk.” It was this water that gave their beer its unique character, and the same water used to brew their ales today. In this tasting, discover how the methods of the past informed the present. Through their beer, you’ll get a taste of history that can’t be duplicated anywhere else, and one you won’t forget!
Join WGBH's Callie Crossley for a panel discussion of race, media, and responsible coverage on April 12th at 6pm. This panel is presented by the New England Chapter of the Asian American Journalist Association in partnership with the Boston Association of Black Journalists and the National Association of Hispanic Journalists New England.
Join Brian O'Donovan on April 14th from 3 to 6pm for A Celtic Sojourn! Try our corned beef sandwich with a classic Guinness stout while watching a live performance by an ensemble of Celtic musicians in the WGBH studio.
On April 25, celebrate Eric Jackson's 40th Anniversary broadcast at the WGBH studio! From 2 to 3:30pm there will be live musical performances in honor of the "Dean of Boston Jazz Radio." More info on 40th anniversary celebrations can be found here.
U pcoming at the
Newsfeed Café

Presented by the Boston Public Library

Presented with Fresh Ink Theatre

In True Color
Presented by WGBH

—4/12, 4/19, 4/26—
Presented with Pangyrus Magazine

Presented by WGBH

Boston Marathon

Author Talk: Chuck Young

Presented by WGBH


We have an array of events on the horizon, including the latest editions of Beers & Bites, as well as some new event series we are launching in 2018. Keep up with our website and social media for announcements on new events!

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