Today Capital One 360 Opens The Doors To Its First 360 Café In Boston On 799 Boylston Street. (Photo: Business Wire)

Capital One 360, the nation’s largest direct bank, is opening its first area Café at 799 Boylston Street in Boston’s Back Bay. Bostonians visiting the new Café can recharge their bank accounts, their devices and their lives by learning new ways to save time and money, and trying out financial and digital tools – all while enjoying free Wi-Fi and a hand-crafted espresso from Peet’s Coffee & Tea’s full line of beverages.
Capital One 360, the nation’s largest direct bank, opens its first area Café at 799 Boylston Street  ...

Capital One 360, the nation’s largest direct bank, opens its first area Café at 799 Boylston Street in Boston’s Back Bay. (Photo: Business Wire)

Boston, meet Capital One 360

As an online bank, Capital One 360 lets people bank where and when they want – but also knows that making a face-to-face connection to its Customers and communities is important. The Café is a retail destination where Customers can experience the same banking services as the Capital One 360 online bank, along with Associates who are available to answer banking questions and demonstrate digital and financial tools, all while enjoying a hand-crafted latte. Boston will be the first U.S. city to have multiple Capital One 360 Cafés with additional locations scheduled for Downtown Crossing, Coolidge Corner and Harvard Square.

“Boston is a vibrant, digitally savvy city with residents who embrace innovation and ingenuity, and the city is an ideal place for us to expand and build upon the success of our 360 Cafés,” said Jim Kelly, Head of Direct Banking, Capital One. “Our Cafés provide a great environment for us to interact with the local community and our Customers. From fostering conversations about saving, to introducing new financial tools, our Cafés give us an opportunity to make personal connections, and showcase our passion for helping people save time and money.”

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