All Places in ‘Neighborhood’

  • 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

  • 4 Buyers Real Estate

    Community Card Deal:

    Free admission to any of the following programs (email for upcoming schedule.) *Moving After 60. Planning for your next-15-year housing. *What are the housing options for American seniors? Assisted living and CCRC. *Modifying your home because of failing vision. *Tips for buying a home that can be more easily/cheaply modified for use with a walker or wheelchair. *Why starter homes are a bad idea. Better buying strategies.

    4 Buyers Real Estate, is a team of Realtors whose loyalty is to buyers— and only buyers. If you want advice that is geared toward getting the best place at the best price, we’re for you. Working with any agent at 4 Buyers Real Estate gives you the combined experience read more

  • A Bed & Breakfast in Cambridge

    Just two blocks from Harvard Yard and a ten minute walk to Harvard Square Located in Cambridge in the historical district, just two blocks five minutes from Harvard Yard, our 1897 colonial revival house, designed by architect George Fogerty, is noted for its “simplicity of design and crispness of detail.” read more

  • Abodeon

    Abodeon (a-BO-dee-on, a hybrid of “abode” and “beyond”) opened its doors in 1998. The brainchild of husband and wife team, Dale and Terri Anderson, the Cambridge store unites 20th and 21st Century designs in a single setting. At Abodeon, the classics of modernism mingle with the latest innovations by today’s read more

  • Acupuncture Together

    Community Card Deal:

    Community Card deal $15 off first visit (includes consultation plus acupuncture treatment)

    Acupuncture Together opened its doors on May 27th, 2008 with the help and inspiration from our colleagues and friends at the People’s Organization of Community Acupuncture (formerly the Community Acupuncture Network) and Working Class Acupuncture. Community acupuncture originates from the way acupuncture is authentically practiced in China. Patients receive acupuncture read more

  • African Gift Items

    African Gift Items are ideal for personal or decorative use. We are also located in Lynn at the Lynnmart 800 Lynnway, Lynn MA 01905   Welcome to African Gift Items. We have a wide selection of African Hand Crafted Carvings & Sculptures, Art Work & Paintings, Musical Instruments, Authentic Jewelry, read more

  • Agassiz Baldwin Community

    Agassiz Baldwin inspires creativity, culture, and community. For over 40 years, we’ve engaged Cambridge residents of all ages in unique children’s programs, community events, arts, and opportunities for civic involvement.   As stated in our Articles of Incorporation, ABC strives “to promote the health, safety, and welfare of community members 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