New Cafe in Watertown Square Serves Coffee from Local Roasters, A Variety of Teas and House Made Baked Goods

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Coffee and tea lovers have a new option in Watertown, O’Some Cafe, where you can also grab a freshly baked treat.

Owner Ricci Cheng has turned a former vape shop into a cafe right in Watertown Square (100 Main St.) across from the Fire Station.

O’Some Cafe opened in mid-August. Before that, Cheng worked at Cupcake City in Reading for about five years. She moved the the United States from Hong Kong a dozen years ago.

While she serves up a variety of coffee and tea drinks at her cafe, the graduate of Johnson & Wales said she wants to focus on her true passion.

“I want to do more baking,” Cheng said.

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The baked goods at O’Some Cafe are freshly made in house.

On a morning this week, O’Some offered muffins, croissants, pound cake and cheddar cheese scones.

The cafe gets its coffee beans from a pair of local roasters: Grace Note Coffee and Broadsheet Coffee Roasters. The tea brewed up at the cafe is looseleaf tea from multiple brands. The varieties including black, jasmine, chamomile rose, and oolong.

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Ricci Cheng, owner of O’Some Cafe, makes a coffee drink at the new cafe in Watertown Square.

Along with hot and cold coffee and teas, O’Some offers drinks with some fizz, such as espresso soda and matcha soda.

O’Some Cafe is open Monday to Friday 7 a.m. to 4 p.m., and Saturday 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Orders can also be made online at the O’Some Cafe website.

One thought on “New Cafe in Watertown Square Serves Coffee from Local Roasters, A Variety of Teas and House Made Baked Goods

  1. I can’t wait to try this cafe. We need to support this sot of small business or chains will displace the food scene that Watertown for which Watertown is well known.

    Support our locals! We must appreciate what we have here in town.

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