@Central Ave
Tue-Sat 8am-3:30pm,
Sun 8am-3pm
Mon closed
@Milton Marketplace
Tue-Sat 8am-3:30pm,
Sun 8:30am-2pm
Mon closed


The word on the street

Broad Appeal: The Plate’s Suzanne Lombardi Chats With Melissa Fassel Dunn About Creating And Running Her Restaurant

Suzanne Lombardi, owner of the two The Plate restaurants in town, is the guest on a new episode of “Broad Appeal.” Host Melissa Fassel Dunn talks with this in-town entrepreneur about her background in sculpture, how she moved on to co-found the Dancing Deer Baking Company, as well as other steps along the way to creating and running a local favorite food destination. Also pick up useful life tips and a recipe from deep in the woods up near the Canadian border.

# miltonscene.com

Chronicle “Super Towns”

Milton IS a “super town”!  See The Plate @Milton Marketplace featured on Chronicle!

# wcvb.com

Wake Up to 6 of the Best Breakfast Sandwiches in Boston

Bread + eggs + [other ingredients] = the breakfast sandwich. It’s a simple formula, but these places around town know how to make it unforgettable.

# cravingboston.wgbh.org

For Chef-owner Suzanne Lombardi of The Plate, opening at Milton Marketplace makes sense

“In the kitchen Chef-owner Suzanne Lombardi is well known in the food world for starting and selling Dancing Deer Baking Co., and then doing the same for the now Whole Foods-owned candy business, Tiny Trapeze Confections…”

# bostonglobe.com

The Plate Restaurant Opens In Milton

“Staffers at The Plate, a tiny bakery-café in Milton that serves elevated comfort food, have fielded the same question for weeks: “When is the new spot going to open open?” That day has come.”

# bostonglobe.com

Creative cookies at the plate

“In Milton Lower Mills, a bakery with great taste. Suzanne Lombardi, the original baker behind Dancing Deer Bakery, is at it again in a tiny spot called The Plate Restaurant & Cafe in Milton Lower Mills…”

# bostonglobe.com

Dining Out: Seasonal, made-from-scratch food at The Plate in Milton

“A self-described ‘sandwich freak,’ Lombardi says she ‘loved everything between two pieces of good bread,’ and the concept behind The Plate grew from there….”

# bostonglobe.com