Moose Creek

Coffee House

General Information: 975 Merriam Ave
Leominster, MA 01453
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978-466-9586
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6 Moose Creek Coffee House Reviews
ReviewerServiceSelectionQualityAtmosphereAverage Rating
(1=Poor, 5=Excellent)
3.33 4.50 4.83 4.83 4.37
mquill
Feb 4, 2009
5 5 5 5 5.00
Moose Creek will be sadly missed and it's obvious "Sugar" you haven't been around the area lately because Moose Creek closed last year. It was a great place and the guy who owned it treated his employees really nice, so you must of had issues of your own. Again, Moose Creek you will be missed. 
sugarsky1031
Nov 10, 2008
1 5 5 5 4.00
I have to say, My parents live in Fitchburg and this is my favorite lunch/coffee spot around. BUT, I have to say, I worked there as a teenager, and never have I been treated so badly in a work place, or by a human being in my life. The owners are such jerks that I would often come home crying. They are USUALLY nice to customers but they can tell them off and scream unexpectidly. If you haven't noticed they have no employees constantly because no one can stand working for them. I am not the only one to feel this way I know about 5 other people who have worked there and would tell you the same. So as far as the menu goes, it is excellent... Morally, I cannot give them business anymore. 
Gene Martin
Aug 2, 2007
5 5 5 5 5.00
The people there are great. I go there often. Never had a problem with any of them. Not even the young people that work there. Very friendly. Very helpful. Good food. Great place to stop. Had FREE WiFi too. Starbucks and McD's want me to pay for WiFi. Ha! No way! Not when it's free at Moose Creek or Panera Bread. 
L A
Jul 28, 2007
4 3 5 5 4.25
The other review is right on about the younger help. However the place is clean, and the food is of excellent quality. My kids love playing the games they have on the tables, and not to mention they have the wi-fi there too! I am very particular where I eat and who is preparing my food- I go there a lot because they have earned my trust. I only wish they had more vegetarian/fish selections.  
skepticalcynic
Oct 17, 2005
4 5 5 5 4.75
This coffee house was a great find. The menu has lots to offer, including many vegetarian options, and the food quality is top notch. Service is highly dependent upon who is working at a given time, but there are a number of outstanding employees who are always happy to come up with something creative if you don't see quite what you're looking for on the menu. (But watch out for some of the high school girls who seem to feel that they're above helping customers.) Beverage selection is also very good, with many specialty coffee, tea, and other drinks, such as frozen fruit drinks in the summer and hot caramel apple cider in the fall. And the coffee is of high quality - much richer and smoother than Starbucks (similarly priced). Don't miss the array of desserts, or stop by for a thick breakfast sandwich or Belgian waffles in the morning. Another fun treat is the S'mores tray, complete with flame to roast the marshmallows. In terms of atmosphere, there's a well-executed "woodsy" theme, and large groups will appreciate a newly added dining room style table that seats eight. Beverages ~$3-4, sandwiches ~$5-6, breakfast sandwiches ~$2, cookies/pastries ~$2, and slices of pie ~$3. 
kate emerson
Sep 12, 2004
1 4 4 4 3.25
The food and coffee drinks are fine, but the woman behind the counter was so incredibly rude, that I felt uncomfortable. Overall an unhappy experience. 

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