Consumed By Coffee

Downtown Crossing

Suffolk students work with Boston-based artisanal coffee roaster George Howell during an experiential marketing class.

With over 1,000 places to procure a caffeinated beverage in the city, Suffolk students and Bostonians alike have a lot of options. George Howell Coffee Company, steps from our 10 West residence hall, worked with our Sawyer Business School students with the goal of finding a way to stand-out in such a crowded coffee market. (Photos: Michael J. Clarke & Ben Hall)
Suffolk students work with Boston-based artisanal coffee roaster George Howell during an experiential marketing class.
Suffolk students work with Boston-based artisanal coffee roaster George Howell during an experiential marketing class.
Suffolk students work with Boston-based artisanal coffee roaster George Howell during an experiential marketing class.
Suffolk students work with Boston-based artisanal coffee roaster George Howell during an experiential marketing class.
Suffolk students work with Boston-based artisanal coffee roaster George Howell during an experiential marketing class.
Suffolk students work with Boston-based artisanal coffee roaster George Howell during an experiential marketing class.
Suffolk students work with Boston-based artisanal coffee roaster George Howell during an experiential marketing class.
Suffolk students work with Boston-based artisanal coffee roaster George Howell during an experiential marketing class.
Suffolk students work with Boston-based artisanal coffee roaster George Howell during an experiential marketing class.
Suffolk students work with Boston-based artisanal coffee roaster George Howell during an experiential marketing class.

Suffolk is surrounded by dozens of cafés of all shapes and sizes. Between mainstays like Dunkin Donuts and local gems to discover for yourself, you’ll have plenty of ways to keep yourself well-caffeinated.