All Places in ‘Food and Drink’

  • 1369 Coffee House (Central Square)

    In January of 1993, the 1369 Coffee House opened at 1369 Cambridge Street, in Cambridge’s Inman Square. The site was the former home of the 1369 Jazz Club, a well known local bar and music venue. In June 1994 we opened a second store in nearby Central Square. From the read more

  • 1369 Coffee House (Inman Square)

    In January of 1993, the 1369 Coffee House opened at 1369 Cambridge Street, in Cambridge’s Inman Square. The site was the former home of the 1369 Jazz Club, a well known local bar and music venue. In June 1994 we opened a second store in nearby Central Square. From the read more

  • Alden & Harlow

    Located at 40 Brattle Street, Alden & Harlow serves thoughtfully sourced, honest American food in a subterranean, modern and comfortable space. Inspired by the gathering of family and friends at his home kitchen table, Chef Michael Scelfo prepares bold and flavor-forward food that honors tradition of place in its quality. read more

  • Algiers Coffee House

    The Algiers Coffeehouse continues to enjoy a healthy share of the international cafe crowd, in its renovated, two floor central position at 40 Brattle Street, in Brattle Hall. Algiers has an expanded menu that now includes beer and wine, in addition to our specialty coffee drinks, Italian sodas as well read more

  • Asgard Irish Pub & Restaurant

    The Asgard was designed in Ireland with local artists creating a truly one of a kind space. You’ll find ample tables, sofas and chairs to accommodate groups of all sizes. The entire facility is spacious with high ceilings, roomy banquettes and lots of windows that open fully to enjoy warm read more

  • Atwood’s Tavern

    Before you die there is something you should know about us, Lonestar… We accept reservations of 8 or more for the inside space! Reservations for the patio are on a case by case basis. Both are available for larger group reservations (birthday parties, party parties (no populists, unless you’re popular), read more

  • Basil Tree Catering & Cafe

    History of the Basil Tree People often ask, how did Basil Tree Catering get started?  Surprisingly, the owner, Valerie Shulock, did not have any formal culinary training. She did however, study Bio-Psychology with a specialty in Nutrition & Behavior as an undergrad at Tufts University.  Later, while working on her read more

  • BerryLine

    BerryLine was founded in early 2007 by a couple of friends conducting postdoctoral research at Harvard and MIT. The first location opened at 3 Arrow St in Harvard Square, establishing BerryLine as the leader in Boston area frozen yogurt.The second and third locations opened during the spring of 2009. We read more

  • Bom Café

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    Welcome to Bom Café, a local coffee shop and casual café conveniently located in the heart of Cambridge and bringing a unique twist to the community!

  • Bon Me

    Bon Me is run by Boston-bred duo Patrick Lynch and Ali Fong. The business was born in 2010 when the two decided to enter the City of Boston’s Food Truck Contest on a whim and surprised themselves by winning. With their win came the opening of the first Bon Me read more