You know how sometimes you find a new cafe that just makes you feel right at home? You hope they’re around for the long haul? Community-based Ula fills an important niche in Jamaica Plain, and in the year they’ve been open, we’ve enjoyed their amazing coffee concoctions, sweet potato sandwich, and free wifi.
In Ula, you will find a warm, friendly staff of local folks who love their job. The walls are lined with rotating art for sale. Teas are available from local distributor MEM Teas in Somerville, and everything is bought local when possible. Beautiful, delicious sandwiches made with bread fresh from Cambridge’s Hi-Rise Bread Company and an assortment of veggies, spreads, and wholesome out-of-the-ordinary cafe meats like Black Forest Ham. The soup menu changes daily, as do the yummy baked goods including cupcakes, cookies, and scones. You can even stop in for breakfast - hot oatmeal or an egg dish of the day will start your morning off right.
Squeezed between Bikes Not Bombs and The Boston Beer Company in the Jamaica Plain Brewery, Ula Cafe is a real gem and only a short walk from the Stony Brook T stop. Support a local community-based shop that also happens to have exceptional espresso, muffins, and salads. You won’t be disappointed.