Find out what Cafe restaurants to try in Dartmouth. Dartmouth is a coastal town in Bristol County, Massachusetts, and was the first area of Southeastern Massachusetts settled. Dartmouth itself is part of the Farm Coast New England comprising a chain of historic coastal villages, vineyards and farms. It celebrated its 350th birthday June 8, 2014. It is also part of the Massachusetts South Coast. The local daily newspaper is The Standard-Times.
Things to do in Dartmouth
4 based on 131 reviews
Located in the heart of the National Historical Whaling Park, Tia Maria's European CafÃ© is a family owned restaurant. Join us and enjoy our many offerings including homemade desserts, pastries or espresso specialty drinks in our casual and friendly atmosp
Visited New Bedford and we found this great cafe, the service was fantastic our breakfast was a traditional Portuguese breakfast with eggs, Portuguese sausage and Portuguese rolls, we finished off the breakfast with the custard tart (Pasteis de nata)what a wonderful treat! would definitely return when I'm in New Bedford
4 based on 40 reviews
Besides the market with its variety, excellent meats, and prepared foods for takeout breakfast and lunch are excellent! While seating is a little tight, service is excellent and food prepared properly with variety for all tastes.
My wife and I were traveling through Dartmouth en route to Dartmoor Gifts and swung by the local general store, Davoll's, circa 1793, which was right about the time that President George Washington was laying the cornerstone of the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C. Wow!We wandered around the general store, bought a few things, and the woman behind the counter suggested that we should go next door to the new Wild Honey Cafe which, it turns out, opened a month ago. We always like to patronize local establishments, so in we went and were met with barnboard, yellow walls, and fresh flowers in tiny glass vases, products of the brother of one of the owners, and who has set up shop in the rear of the cafe. It's a very cute spot with an equally yummy, little menu. I had a tuna fish sandwich that came with sliced tomatoes and onions. My wife had the chicken salad sandwich with cranberries and walnuts. Both sandwiches were packed between wheat bread with just the right amount of mayonnaise and washed down with lime carbonated water. Talk about mouth-watering! This is the dream of a recently-married couple, Jillian and Jacob Martin, who left behind other brainstorming plans of social work and entertainment, respectively. Judging from what we saw and devoured, the Martins, most-certainly, are on a great path to success and fame in their own right!
4 based on 16 reviews
A shopkeeper recommended this as a good place for affordable quick lunch. It was quick and affordable, but also very good. Not big portions but enough for an average eater. Not much ambiance but better than the Chinese and Mexican options nearby.
We've got everything from medium roast blends to espresso shots, so you're sure to find something to provide the adequate boost you're looking for.
Went here with a friend for a coffee on a blistering hot day. Service was great and the coffee was great as well. It looked well attended and at least on this day had air conditioning!
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