This sleek FiDi coffee shop is inspired by throwback Paris—specifically, the Bibliothèque Mazarine, the first public library in France. Fittingly, the 1,500-square-foot space is a gathering spot of sorts, where regulars congregate with newspapers and laptops—and even the occasional book—for their morning coffee. The design is as well-considered as the coffee beans, overseen by the venerable Boor Bridges Architecture (the same firm behind The Mill in NoPa): leather banquettes, intricate tiling, and Heath Ceramics tableware. The cafe serves a rotating assortment of pour overs, roasted locally, as well as espresso drinks. The cold brew comes care of Ritual, a first for the FiDi. In addition to drinks, the spot serves Starter Bakery pastries, toasts, salads, and sandwiches.