A - Plum Island Coffee Roasters
54R Merrimac Street • 978-465-1444
Experience our relaxed atmosphere, specialty coffees, delicious pastries, wraps and panini. A waterfront view and free wifi too!
Mon - Sun 7am - 5pm.

B - Greater Newburyport Chamber of Commerce
38 Merrimac Street • 978-462-6680
Visit the Chamber to pick up guides, maps, and advice on all there is to see and do in Newburyport. 

C - Middle Street Foods
25 Middle Street • 978-465-4100
Bakery, café and coffee shop. We prepare our sandwiches on our own fresh baked breads. Menu changes daily, so come in and check the specials board! Mon-Fri 7am-4pm, 
Sat 7am-2pm, Sun closed.

D - Atomic Cafe Coffee Roasters
52 State Street • 978-358-7539
For legendary coffee, service and food, visit us Mon-Thurs 8am - 7pm, Fri - Sat  8am - 9pm, Sun 8am - 3pm.  

E - Commune Cafe
33 Pleasant Street • 978-462-3190
We sell coffee and food that makes you happy. We take pride in selling Counter Culture Coffee, and preparing Crepes in house to deliver great service that makes you smile. We have plenty of space for luncheons, meetings, or studying. Grab something fresh and come commune with us. Live music Friday and Saturday nights. Open Mon-Thurs 7am-9pm, Fri 7am-10pm, Sat 8am-10pm, Sun 8am-9pm.  

F - Coldwell Banker, Jim Bragg
47 Merrimac St • cell 978-764-5500 • office 978-462-4430  
When the conversation involves Real Estate please contact me for outstanding personalized service.

G Strem Chemicals
7 Mulliken Way • 978-499-1600 
Strem is proud to be a long-standing supporter of the local arts community. We value the relationship between the Arts and Sciences; for one cannot exist without the other. With this understanding, we have integrated art into our everyday business. We have hosted art competitions asking artists to create their interpretation of ‘Art Meets Science’. The winner’s artwork was featured on our catalog covers and the original artwork has been added to the offices’ ever-growing collection. We continue to promote this strong relationship in this year’s catalog as well, which highlights a local artist’s representation of the chemical elements.