There were two small cafes in the Navy Yard, one closed and the space got turned into a Dunkin Donuts, but happily, the Style lives on. It's a small place and can get crowded, but the food and service is worth it. It's very casual, family owned, and delicious. Omelets are huge, you can definitely share between two people if you have a pastry too. Awesome smoothies, and everything made to order. If it's peak hours, you can call ahead, otherwise you may wait 10-15 minutes. I go there a couple of times a week, and have never been disappointed.
Not gluten-free! They use same toaster as regular bread and mix cheese bread (which is Gf) with other breads. If you have allergic reaction don't indulge.
One of the best cafe in the area. Really enjoy the green smoothie and sausage egg n cheese on a croissant.
No. 5 and No. 3 breakfast burritos are outstanding
Lemon tuna on multi grain everytime.
The Navy Yard is short on restaurants and Dunkin Donuts or Tedeschi's is the only other option for coffee. Style Cafe has good coffee, friendly staff, and although there is a Brazilian tone they actually have a very diverse menu, everything from BLT's and Burritos to Cuban sandwiches and falafel. They make a pretty good breakfast sandwich too (try the sausage egg & cheese on English with chives, mayo, and hot sauce). I'll be back.
Pretty good cafe for limited selection in the navy yard. Chicken pesto sandwich is super tasty if you like cheesy paninis! Smoothies are also delicious!
They now have gluten free bread from my fav local company #somethingsweetwithoutwheat
Cheese bread is gluten free. Ask them to heat up a bit. Delish.
I agree with Don--a little pricey and somewhat slow.