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King Street Cafe on the Charles: A Fabulous Breakfast Stop in
The Eastside graced this location for
generations, and, now, the King Street Cafe on the Charles, follows,
just as good as
The ultimate breakfast-only roadside restaurant, the King Street
Cafe on the Charles (the "Charles' refers to its Charles River
location; the same one that runs through Boston and Cambridge!) is one
of those places that everyone seems to love.
It's a small space, but that makes the experience even that
much more warm and personal -- like being in someone's dining room.
The breakfasts epitomize the best American favorites served in big
portions: pancakes, eggs any style, huge blueberry muffins chock full
of fruit, plenty of bacon and the great aroma
of coffee constant.
second King Street Cafe on the Charles with the flagship location
overwhelming success at its larger location in Franklin. The Millis
spot has followed that success template although in a much more cozy,
This is my go-to place for breakfast in the southwest
Boston suburbs as it meets every local breakfast criteria needed for a
great dining experience: hometown vibe, big portions, low prices,
comfortable surroundings and friendly, quick service. King
Street Cafe on the Charles is located
at 39 Main St., Millis. Tel. 508-376-2843.
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