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Coffee Shops


Ah, yes, the boho crowd. In Cambridge, it hangs out at the Algiers Cafe under the Brattle St. Theater, at Piroschka's on Dunster St., and at Pamplona on Bow St. All three places have tables outdoors and pretentious conversation.

Then there are coffee houses with music. Reflections on Mt. Auburn St., Passims on Palmer St., and the Idler on Mt. Auburn under the Blue Parrot all have folk music several nights a week. Reflections serves African food, the Idler serves food and liquor, and Passims has the best music (if the highest cover charge).

And finally, there's the Coffee Connection in the Garage. It offers coffee, and that's it, although you can get great pastries from Baby Watson's and sandwiches from the Fromaggio in the same complex and it's really very pleasant. If a bit boho.

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