Welcome to Sabrine 
Bakery & Café

Traditional Handmade Moroccan food from our kitchen
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Sabrine Bakery & Café

We are a local, socially-conscious establishment that brings people together through a beautiful mix of Moroccan and French style of bakery and café that creates a sense of harmony.

Sabrine Bakery & Café

Your local bakery and cafe that offers delicious baked goods, breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner options, as well as our beloved artisan bread and gourmet coffee to the lineup.
Best coffee in Revere for coffee lovers — rich, smooth and simple. No flavors or cream required. I was seriously impressed with how much it stuck out compared to all other coffee options in Revere. Very peaceful for a lunch or coffee with some bread / pastries. You can tell they appreciate your business, and they definitely deserve it. I’m obsessed with their bread and crave it all the time. Sabrine is going to become a go-to for lunches and shared moments with friends! I wish them all the best
Joseph P.
Everything there is amazing, from coffee to pastries (even brownie is not your typical brownie, tastes like something between walnut fudge and brownie), from seafood wrap to flat bread (they will add onion and cheese and heated up for you), from sandwiches (filling is stir fries) to lamb platter. We have been there every weekend for past 3 months since I moved to Revere. Everything is also very very affordable (it makes me feel they really care about is give you good food and coffee and not so much about making money). I wish I lived step-away, then I will never cook.
Guannan Chen
I just moved to the area and was looking for a place to have a coffee and some baked goods. The coffee was very good. The cookies were great! They tasted like they were homemade. They had just the perfect amount of sugar and flavors. I especially liked the sesame ones, they reminded me of cookies my grandma used to make back in Lebanon. Their maamoul was different from what I’m used to back home. Maybe it’s a regional difference. I didn’t mind at all because they also tasted great. It’s a nice place to stop by to pick up some coffee and cookies while you’re going for a walk at the beach.
Is you are looking for moroccan food, this is the place you should go to!
Alexis Cocozaki