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Cafe La Diva
16 Albion St, Wakefield, MA 01880
Owned by friends Diane Lang Rufo and Lina Coyle, Cafe La Diva is located on Albion Street in Wakefield, and offers aMore relaxed environment for locals to enjoy coffee and a snack. In addition to coffee, tea and espresso drinks, the cafe serves gourmet desserts and a variety of regular, sugar-free and fat-free pastries.
ZuZu's Cafe
316 Main St, Wakefield, MA 01880
This cafe and catering company is the brainchild of Dawn Beebe, who, after working in the food service and hospitalityMore industry for years, decided to open her own business. Opened in December of 2010, the cafe serves a full range of breakfast, lunch and dinner foods, with an emphasis put on local and organic ingredients. The menu is a mix of classic American, Irish, Italian and Moroccan foods with a full range of appetizers, salads, sandwiches, entrees and sides. Patrons can order food for pickup or delivery between the hours of 4 to 7 p.m.  In addition to prepared meals, ZuZu's also offers cooking classes which can be either public or for private groups.
Cafe Jag's
33 Tuttle St, Wakefield, MA 01880
Cafe Jag's, tucked behind the Wakefield commuter rail station on Tuttle Street, is open for breakfast and brunch on theMore weekends and dinner during the week. The menu offers a variety of seafood appetizers and entrees as well as Italian and American style chicken, veal and steak. Dine between 4 and 7 p.m. on weeknights to order from the discounted "early bird special" menu. The dining room gives the feel of a trendy, upscale restaurant in downtown Boston with chic hardwood floors, black wood tables and soft lighting. Cafe Jag's can also host private events for up to 60 people.
Lakeside Cafe
607 North Ave, Wakefield, MA 01880
This shoebox cafe is set up inside the 607 North Avenue office park and caters to business people working in that largeMore corporate facility. Lakeside, located a few yards from the lake, serves breakfast and lunch and always has a pot of coffee on the boil.  Subs and salads roll out as the day goes on, replacing eggs and bacon. There are a few seats, but most diners order to-go and eat at their desks. 
Creations Cafe
400 Main St, Wakefield, MA 01880
Creations moves beyond the typical commercially hip coffee shop formula. These guys have all the usual caffeinatedMore beverages and high brow sandwiches, but they also offer a wide array of korean dishes and their walls are covered by local art. The menu changes frequently and the staff are downright bubbly. There is a bit of seating and even a very choice window-side venue, but this is a small shop, so don't figure on a guaranteed place to park and do some work during the morning and lunch rush.