Brew on the Grid Expands, First Stop: Cambridge


Brew on the Grid is expanding starting with Cambridge as the first of four new, artisan coffee cafes. CEO, Frank Peace, has launched the newest location on 93 Windsor Street near MIT.

“We are excited to be part of this iconic community. We are a destination where craft food meets artisanal coffee in a contemporary, relaxing atmosphere,” says Peace.

Brew on the Grid offers coffee with unique flavor profiles that are signature to the Brew. The baristas make use of a variety of brewing methods, including a Simonelli Espresso Machine, which brews an out-of-this-world espresso beverage.

The modern interior, communal tables, comfy couches and gas fireplace create an inviting space to relax, work or study. In addition to fresh coffee and expresso, freshly baked breakfast pastries, sandwiches and salads are made in-house daily.Brew is also home to the nitro brew iced coffee and a new crimsonberry nitro ice-tea.

“We pride ourselves on brewing differently with authentic brewing machines to provide you with the freshest, most flavorful cup of coffee each time you visit. Our espresso is the foundation for most of our coffee beverages and our guests rave about it. They also love our single-origin coffee brewed in our automated pour-over machine called the Seraphim Brewing Machine,” according to Peace.

Of special interest and unique to a coffee café, are four fresh pressed juice options including New England’s Green Monstah and the Super Juice that combines Granny Smith apples, fresh lime wedges, cucumber and ginger.

Peace adds, “Brew on the Grid also provides an expansive menu for catering to groups large and small from all of its locations. Including serving their well-known nitro brew, cold brew and nitro tea”.

The Cambridge location follows the one year anniversary of the Brew on the Grid in Worcester and the development of The Grid District in the city. Additional locations are expected to open in Lynn, Marlborough and Salem, Mass.


New England Craft Restaurant Concepts, founded in 2016, is a lively restaurant group inspired by innovative craft food and by extraordinary experiences. The group started in Worcester’s Grid District. Our goal is to open concepts that our guests and our communities love and will passionately embrace.

Our concepts, Craft Table and Bar, Brew on the Grid and Revolution Pie and Pint will be expanding throughout Massachusetts. More Information:

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