8 Boston Coffee Shops With Free WiFi And Studious Vibes

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8 Boston Coffee Shops With Free WiFi And Studious Vibes

If you need to get some studying done, these delightful coffee shops will motivate you to hit the books.

Whether you’re working from home or prepping for fall classes, it’s nice to get some work done somewhere other than your desk at home. The relaxed and quiet atmosphere of a local cafe are the perfect setting for your next study sesh. These 8 cafes have good coffee, free WiFi, and pleasant vibes—what more could you ask for?

1. Fuel America 

Fuel America offer the perfect atmosphere to muster some classic American work ethic. As the name suggests, this coffee shop provides your caffeine fuel for the day to work hard and/or play hard. With lots of tables and open space, this is a great stop to get focused and get working!

Find Fuel America at 152 Chestnut Hill Ave, Brighton, MA 02135.

2. Caffé Bene

Caffé Bene is a coffeehouse chain originally from South Korea, but they have a location in Boston too. Whatever study snack you’re craving, they probably have it! Along with breakfast sandwiches and delectable desserts, their menu also includes coffees and fruity drinks. One of the main draws for studying at Caffé Bene is its quiet and relaxed atmosphere. With WiFi to boot, it’s a lovely studying spot.

Find Caffé Bene at 333 Massachusetts Ave, Boston, MA 02115.

3. Trident Books and Cafe

What better place to study than a bookstore-cafe hybrid? Trident Booksellers & Cafe is a fantastic location to get some work done and get inspired by the many authors on the shelves. Trident offers indoor and outdoor seating for their cafe area, so you don’t have to shut yourself indoors to start working! With an extensive menu of drinks and dishes, Trident can provide for all your studying needs.

Find Trident Booksellers at 338 Newbury Street Boston, MA 02115.

4. Caffe Nero

Caffe Nero has multiple locations throughout the city, and coffee lovers are sure to be happy about that. Nero is a proper coffee shop, with a delicious espresso that elevates their lattes and cappuccinos to the next level of tastiness. The atmosphere inside has a light academia vibe, with a nice mix of classic and rustic decor. The seating area is large with lots of options for tables and seating, and you’ll be sure to find the right spot for your next study session here.

Find a local Caffe Nero with their store locator.


5. Oakleaf Cakes Bake Shop

This adorable bakery is great for a lighthearted day of reading or studying. Oakleaf Cakes creates custom cakes for birthdays and events, but it’s also a cafe that offers coffee and baked goods during the day. It goes without saying that their pastries and baked goods are delicious, but they have a great selection of specialty coffee drinks to power you throughout the day!

Find Oakleaf Cakes at 12 Westland Ave, Boston MA 02115.

6. Pavement

Pavement Coffeehouse is known to get quite busy at times, but it’s popular for a reason. With 7 locations in the Boston area, their speciatly coffees (roasted in house!) are sure to wake you up and get you working. Plus, they make their own bagels and breakfast sandwiches. With delicious, locally made bagels and coffe at your fingertips, what else could you need to start studying?

Find your local Pavement Coffeehouse here.

7. LimeRed Teahouse

LimeRed Teahouse offers a nice variety of drinks and snacks for your next study session. Their espresso bar features caramel macchiatos and Thai iced tea, but they’re predominantly known for their bubble teas. All of the ingredients for LimeRed’s bubble teas are naturally sourced and absolutely delicious! Stop by if you’re looking for a sweeter studying experience.

Find LimeRed Teahouse at 1092 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, MA 02215.

8. Cafenation

Cafenation, located in the heart of Brighton Center, is a must-visit for anyone looking to study, read a book, or just relax. With houseplants decorating this serene cafe, you can enjoy some extremely chill vibes here along with some delicious coffee. They use coffee beans roasted by Eagle Hill, located in Brighton as well. It’s the perfect atmosphere to decompress and focus.

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