There are some new things brewing over at Time Out Market Boston—all thanks to the arrival of Say Coffee Co.
Now open within our Fenway space, Say is the most recent concept coming from restaurateurs Yeanie Bach and Phi Pham, a powerful pair who’ve already been wowing Bostonians with their Vietnamese drinks and dishes at both Phinista (also in The Fenway) and Banh Mi Oi (West Roxbury). With their latest addition, the duo is now letting folks get their caffeine fix—and accompanying bites—at 401 Park Drive with Say’s selection of coffee, tea and crepes.
Starting at 7:30am on weekdays and 9am on weekends, guests can swing by Say and snag any number of refreshing beverages. The new spot offers a whole section of colorful signature drinks featuring creative Vietnamese touches (i.e. ube latte and crème brûlée boba) for imbibers searching for something a little extra. Meanwhile, people hoping for more traditional, straightforward sips can also find beloved barista staples—from espresso go-tos like cappuccinos to purist javas like cold brews.
No coffee run is ever complete without grabbing a bite to eat alongside your cuppa, and Say delivers with an assortment of crepes and pastries. Its French pancake offerings come with sweet and savory fillings—like the fruit-forward Banana Sundaze or the Day at Say, which is crammed with bacon, egg and cheese—while baked goods include croissants, Danishes and muffins. No matter which item you choose, these treats will serve as the perfect pairing for your morning coffee, midday pick-me-up or evening tea.
See what the buzz is all about—and get a coffee buzz—by stopping by Say!