Thursday, December 20, 2012
Arlington Patch's Photo of the Day for Thursday, Dec. 20.
New Barismo Opening Today (Dec. 20) East Arlington Coffee Shop Moving, Expanding (Nov. 12) Have a photo worthy of our Photo of the Day? Email it to Arlington Patch Editor John Waller at firstname.lastname@example.org or upload it to our Pics & Clips Gallery.
Will you be one of the first customers? Let us know by posting a comment below.
The new, larger Barismo is opening today, according to Boston Eater. Barismo’s Pete Cannon told Eater that the shop will be open from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. today. The new spot, at 171 Mass. Ave., is just a laundromat away from the old. For more information on the move, see “East Arlington Coffee Shop Moving, Expanding.” A new gluten/wheat free bakery, Something Sweet Without Wheat, is set to take Barismo’s old digs, at 169 Mass. Ave. The bakery looks ready to open soon.
Thursday, August 18, 2011
Please share your answers in the comment section below.
When it comes to coffee, people can be pretty particular. From where they get it to how it's made to even the mug they sip it from, the perfect cup of coffee requires a perfect kind of combination that is different for every person. For today's question, we want to know where you turn for the perfect cup. Are you a diehard Dunkin' Donuts fan? Is it only Starbucks for you in the morning? Do you like to make it yourself at home, or do you pick up a cup of Jam N' Java or Quebrada? Where do you go for the perfect cup of coffee in Arlington? Tell us in the comments below.
Monday, January 31, 2011
Arlington's Barismo cafe serves up unique coffee blends with style.
Something unique is brewing at Arlington's Barismo, a local coffee bean roaster. Using simple hand techniques and retro-style brewing methods, Barismo employees turn ordinary cups of joe into huate American coffee. “People come in and say ‘I don’t know how to do that, buy my grandma used a cloth to make coffee years ago.’ Some people treat it as new, but it has a history as a 200-year-old device,” said Jaime Van Schyndel, one of the founders of the niche roasting company. Van Schyndel can talk coffee from behind the bar for hours. His usage of words like “percentage,” “diminishing returns,” “methods,” and “solubility” to describe how to brew and drink coffee make the technique seem scientific. Surrounded by an expensive La Marzocco, a …