Food & Drink

Who has the finest beans in all of Beantown?

In case you've recently set all of your pagers to silent, the Best Day of Your Life is an itinerary to do all the best things in the city on the longest day of the year. And one of those things involves starting the day with some joe, or java, or, as it's most commonly called, "brown, hot bean juice" coffee. But it's up to you to pick a beanery worthy of such a title by voting on one of these choice coffee purveyors in the comments below, with an A, B, C, or D, or just the name of the joint.Put "A" in the comments to vote for Pavement CoffeehouseFrom the peeps behind Allston's cultishly beloved Bagel Rising and Espresso Royal, PC's dripping an inspired selection of coffees -- including excellent Counter Culture beans -- alongside gourmet bites in a rustic art house vibe'd spot that features vintage chairs, patio seating, and a faux fireplace.Put "B" in the comments to vote for dwelltimeThis 40-seat artisan coffee spot built into a former antique auction house is anchored by an elegant copper bar and rocks gooseneck street lamps, painted tin ceilings, and a communal laptop table.Put "C" in the comments to vote for Thinking CupBilled as the first Hub spot to brew Portland's Stumptown Coffee -- deemed "the best coffee in the world" by NPR -- the recently expanded Thinking Cup's a high-end java house w/ an Old World Euro-vibe.Put "D" in the comments to vote for 1369 Coffee House A C'bridge coffee institution for over 20 years, this indie java joint boasts an inviting space where they actually encourage you to hang out, along with carefully-selected beans.Now vote! Scroll down and vote in the comments, with either A, B, C, or D! This affects you!!