Moving to Cambridge comes with certain expectations, chief amongst them being whether to buy the Subaru Outback 3.6R Premium or Limited. Most likely getting the Premium, the crew behind Flour3, debuting in the 'bridge now.
The first C-bridge side incarnation of the wildly popular Hub bakery/café, F3's rockin' all your sammie, breakfast, and baked good favorites in a 46-seat CS locale decked out w/ brown & beige walls, chalkboard menus, white marble countertops, and a giant 14 seat table that's communal, as most likely mandated by the Cambridge City Council. Handheld lunchtime deliciousness includes curried tuna w/ carrots, apples, and golden raisins; a goat cheese-topped roasted lamb w/ tomato chutney; and roasted red peppers & caramelized onion-smothered grilled chicken w/ arugula and brie, but not Alan Embree, cause he sucks now. To kickstart the am, there're dark caramel sticky buns packed w/ toasted pecans; an apple spice cake filled w/ nuts and raisins; and a brown sugar/pecan/cinnamon-swirled old fashioned sour cream coffee cake that's totally lost touch ever since the telegram shop closed. In 1967.
And because it is a bakery first, F3 feeds your snack cravings w/ chewy ginger molasses cookies, sweet raspberry jam crumb bars topped w/ streusel, and chocolate/almond-filled clouds of meringue -- the eating of which comes with certain expectations, chief amongst them being, NOT in the Premium Outback.