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Independent coffee house/cafe


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Esselon Café

99 Russell St. (Rte. 9)
Hadley, MA
(413) 585-1515

www.esselon.com

Just as its garden seating overlooking the Hadley Common provides a cloistered respite from Rte. 9 traffic running by its front door, Esselon itself has become a place apart from the economic chaos outside, drawing crowds to each meal— breakfast, lunch and dinner—seven days a week. Coffee from Ethiopia, Sumatra, Kenya and Latin America is roasted in-house in small batches twice a week and all food items, including dressings and sauces, are made in-house. Esselon also carries Entner Stuart all-natural flavored syrups for coffee in delectable flavors: almond, vanilla, mango, kiwi, pomegranate and more.

Also won: 3rd place Lunch
2nd: Haymarket Café
185 Main St.
Northampton, MA
(413) 586-9969

www.haymarketcafe.com
3rd: Rao's
17 Kellogg Ave.
Amherst, MA
(413) 253-9441

150 Main St. (Thornes Markeplace)
Northampton, MA
(413) 584-5582

www.raoscoffee.com
Also won: 3rd place, Local coffee roaster

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