Tatte Bakery In Boston

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You guys! Tatte Bakery & Cafe in Boston is one of my fav spots for pastry. There are more than a dozen locations in the greater Boston area. (Find one near you!)

If you enjoy luscious, buttery, high-quality treats, Tatte is worth seeking out.  

Here’s a quick look at the location adjacent to Berklee School of Music at 160 Mass Ave., nestled at the top end of Boston’s Back Bay neighborhood.  

Outside Tatte Bakery in Boston

The Berklee Tatte is located in one of the newer buildings on Mass Ave.

It’s big, it’s airy, it’s gorgeous and glassy. 

Inside Tatte Berklee in Boston

When you walk inside, you immediately face a gorgeous, wooden coffee bar.

There’s plenty of room to whip out your laptop or chat with a larger group of friends. 

They have some pre-packaged cookies and bon bons near the door. 

The main part of the bakery is to your left.

It’s expansive and bright, with nostalgic tile floors and Edison-style light bulbs.

Huge windows give it a ton of natural light.   

There’s a range of seating, from bar seats, small tables that seat 2-3, and this larger, family-style table. 

The pastry at Tatte Bakery in Boston

But let’s be real. You don’t go to a bakery just for the ambiance. 

Let’s talk pastry. 

The main state at the Berklee Tatte is this huge pastry bar.

One side displays all the goodies, the other offers seating so you can find a spot to happily munch away.  

Here’s a look at what they had the day I took these pics.


Nutella sandwich cookies 

Meringue Roses

Classic Palmiers

Linzer Cookies

Pear Tart Tatin

Apple Cranberry Galette

Orange Upside Down Cake

Pain au Chocolat

(Who doesn’t love a good chocolate croissant? These are the real deal.)

Almond Croissant

Buttermilk Biscuits

An array of really tall muffins

Nut Tartes

Chocolate Coconut Clouds

Pistachio Crush

Halva Bomb

Fresh Berry Cheesecake

Chocolate Hazelnut Brioche

Have you been to Tatte Bakery in Boston?

What did you think? Drop us a comment below, let us know!

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Jessie Cross is a cookbook author and creator of The Hungry Mouse, a monster online food blog w/500+ recipes. When she's not shopping for cheese or baking pies, Jessie works as an advertising copywriter in Boston. She lives in Salem, Massachusetts with her husband and two small, fluffy wolves.


  1. Hey Jessie, First of all thank you to guide and share your experience with us. I am also a pastry lover. Last why you didn't make a video instead of uploading so much images or video also.?