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Honeycomb is a bakery and café bringing handcrafted pastries, breads, coffee, cakes and provisions TO HAMILTON

NOW Open! 

 

 

Our Menu

Serving breakfast and lunch daily


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OUR STORY

Honeycomb is a local bakery and café that focuses on bringing beautiful foods and products to Hamilton, Massachusetts. Our bakers and baristas have spent years perfecting their craft, and work with only the finest of ingredients. 

Honeycomb was founded in early 2017 by Lauren Moran and Billy Moran, North Shore natives with a combined 38 years of culinary and restaurant experience. 

 

STORE DETAILS

HOURS OF operation          

T-F 7am-5pm (kitchen closes at 3pm)                   
Sa 8am-3pm                            
Su 8am-1pm

Baked Goods are available until we sell out!

ADDRESS

248 Bay Road Hamilton, MA 01982

PHONE                  

(978) 626 0014            

EMAIL

info@HoneycombHamilton.com

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CHEF LAUREN

Lauren grew up in Wenham, Massachusetts and learned to cook from her large Italian family. Lauren studied at the University of Delaware and worked summers on Nantucket in various front-of- house restaurant positions. It was in Nantucket that she discovered the magic of hospitality. Her passion for food and baking began to resurface during college where she would find herself in the kitchen whipping up cakes, pies, cookies and more. 

In 2008, Lauren chose to formalize her food career by enrolling in Boston University’s culinary certificate program. Lauren studied under Jacques Pepin and many of Boston’s top chefs. Shortly after graduating from Boston University, Lauren worked as the pastry chef at Sel de la Terre on Boston’s waterfront under Chef Frank McClelland. Most recently, Lauren was the Executive Pastry Chef at Eastern Standard Kitchen & Drinks, The Hotel Commonwealth, Island Creek Oyster Bar and Row34. While working under the direction of Jeremy Sewall and Garrett Harker, Lauren was able to develop the skills to make her dream come true. She met her husband Billy right across the street, behind the bar of his family's 45 year old pub and he happily joined her in her dream.