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Plum Island Coffee Roasters

Yerel halktan 10 kişi öneriyor · Tahmini fiyat 1/4 ·
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Plum Island Coffee Roasters is a local coffee house in Newburyport, MA, serving specialty coffees from around the world.
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September 25, 2019
Only water view coffee house. Coffee is very good. Breakfast food…not so great. Can sit outside by water in warmer weather. Right on the Bike Trail.
April 1, 2017
Locally run coffee shop on the waterfront/boat yard
Anthony & Rachael
Anthony & Rachael
March 5, 2017
Strong coffee in a really cool sea port.
January 20, 2017
Great views of the waterfront while enjoying a refreshing beverage and free WiFi
November 12, 2016
Beautiful views, great coffee!

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“The outdoor deck is directly on the Merrimack River and is amazing. The atmosphere and the food is incredible. Also try Michaels Harborside to enjoy the outdoor decks and incredible seafood.”
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“Once a meeting place between American Indians and early explorers from England, France and Holland, Market Square was used to trade furs and fish back in the 1700’s given it’s closeness to the Merrimack River. This all came to an end in 1811 when Market Square was destroyed by a major fire. As part of a 20-year HUD Urban Renewal Project the brick structures were rebuilt, giving Market Square a Federalist charm that now spotlights its beautiful 19th century architecture.”
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“Maudslay State Park is a landscaped and decorative park along the right bank of the Merrimack River. It features thickets and gardens, rolling meadows, tall pines, and one of the largest naturally occurring stands of mountain laurel in the Commonwealth. The state park was created from the early 20th century estate of Frederick Strong Moseley, the son of Edward Strong Moseley, 1813–1900, a prominent citizen of Newburyport. ”
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54 Merrimac Street
Newburyport, Massachusetts 01950
Telefon+1 978-465-1444
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