Awesome coffee for a reasonable price and super quick. The minute you walk in the smell makes you want everything on the menu.
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This is a cozy pleace. You can get the best environment if you want piece, silent place to have a cup of coffee or have an ice cream. Personnel are very friendly, smiling all the time. Prices are good. Must try.
Friendly staff and great smells but the pot coffee, $2+, tastes on the weak side to me. Prepared drinks are fine. The pastries run out early and the leftovers look quite dry and unappealing. Inside, it's a bit dark with just one big window in...More
Really friendly team, nothing was too much trouble. Coffee was great and my husband claims that the muffins are the best. The icing on the cake is that one of the local customers plays classical guitar outside in the morning and it is beautiful (but...More
Almost always a quickly moving line here and a good variety of coffee based beverages. I buys beans here as well. If you close your eyes you'll never mix this up with Rome, but the standard is high for a small college town
Breaking New Grounds is inviting, which is probably the reason for being crowded most of the time. If you come with a laptop and need an outlet... there is a chance you won't. Otherwise, it's a really nice atmosphere in this small university town.
If you're looking for an alternative to New Hampshire's endless supply of Dunkin' Donuts franchises, try Breaking New Grounds. Cozy and usually crowded with students and locals during the morning hours, Breaking New Grounds offers a variety of locally roasted coffees and a somewhat limited...More
...but really wish they would update and remodel the interior. At least try a bit harder to make it a nice place to stay. Not impressed with this lack of effort but on the other hand the service is feat and the coffee and baked...More
cute coffee shop that was packed! plenty of dogs outside and people inside having breakfast. Enjoyed the Dirty Chai Latte I got. YUM!