About Milk Street
In November of 1981, Milk Street Cafe opened its doors. It has since evolved into a Boston catering and Greater Boston premier corporate catering service, in addition to providing cafe service at 50 Milk Street.
Milk Street’s commitment to everyday freshness — everything is made in-house, from scratch — and its commitment to customer service — our sales team is knowledgeable, our servers are always quick to help — has created a small community unto itself in the heart of Downtown Boston.
Our commitment to the details comes from the top. Our owners, Marc and Beth Epstein, can be spotted in the cafe on any given day, greeting regulars and making sure everything is right where it should be. If you see them, we encourage you to say hi!
Every order, every customer, every meeting, every detail and every client is important.
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We are committed to providing you with unmatched customer service, punctual delivery, and beautifully prepared, fresh, healthy and tasty food for you, your clients and your colleagues every day. We strive to ensure that you look good and to handle every catered function, lunch meeting, brunch, office party and more, to meet your specific catering needs.
Passionate About Food
Led by our accomplished Executive Chef, Jeff Poliseno, Milk Street Cafe offers an exquisite dining experience. Inspired by a variety of foods with an emphasis on approachable, inspired and kosher meals that are perfect for every professional occasion.
The culinary standards of Milk Street Cafe are very high and non negotiable. Our menu contains both regional and international dishes pleasing to a large crowd. Our flavors are balanced, clean and always delicious. Our presentation is fresh, simple, and beautiful. Whenever possible we work with local (and organic) farmers for our produce and specialty items. We are committed to freshness and to giving back, so much so that at the end of each day, any suitable left over food is donated to the Boston Food Bank and local soup kitchens.