Diesel CaféCafé • Somerville, United States
Lots of space for working and oodles of outlets.
Delicious old school country diner. Established in the 70s, populated with locals. Perfect greasy hash browns, flavorful home fries, soft and warm biscuits, speedy and friendly service.
Nice wine pours, beautiful views in a casual setting, and friendly/low key staff. Lobster bisque was a little watery, but hefty. Fried scallops were delicious, and a nice shareable size.
Run by chill Brazilians who have great taste in music and space for relaxing in the craziness of Newbury.
Pickle flights, solid beer list, get honey on the side for your biscuit sandwich, and save a slice for 'dessert'.
tasty coffee, and nice/chill staff.
Avoid. The bartenders are far too slow to be allowed to work in a martini bar.
Sweet potato fries are a win, ad get the Berliner, which is a delicious Hef. with a little raspberry syrup in the pint glass. Not as girly as it sounds.
Delicious. Chill. Rotating brews. Right now get the Kaffir Lime Wheat.
Pre-game. The only concourse bar beer options are light, bottled, and worthless.