- David Hacin
- Michael Stavaridis
Need a morning wake-me-up? A spot to meet for lunch? A quaint place to finally get some work done? The Flour Bakery and Cafe in Cambridge is your perfect getaway. It opened in 2000 by owner and food enthusiast, Joanne Chang. Chang has been featured in countless food magazines, and has received numerous Best of Boston awards so it is no surprise the business has been such a success.
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They offer a wide variety of warm pastries, mouth-watering cakes, crispy baguettes, fresh salads, made-to-order sandwiches, and soups. Once you’ve made your decision, grab your steaming cappuccino and pull up a seat next to the dancing flames of the gas fireplace.
The Flour Bakery “wants each guest’s experience to be an enjoyable one, therefore we focus on all aspects involved: great food, gracious service, warm atmosphere, heady aromas, and irresistible displays.” They have created an environment that suits all. Next to the 360 fireplace by Element4, beautifully showcased by the window, is the perfect place to catch-up with a friend, or enjoy a peaceful lunch break.
Its 4-sided design completes the modern and warm feel of the cafe. Architect, David Hacin told us he wanted this space to be inviting, with a similar feel to your living room. It’s a space where you can really spread out and make yourself at home.
The dancing flames of the 360 fireplace by Element4.