All Places in ‘Food and Drink’

  • Tommy Doyle’s

    Tommy Doyle’s first opened its doors here in One Kendall Square over ten years ago. Since then, we have prided ourselves on serving dozens of local companies, MIT students and faculty, and boasting a unique space for both small and large events. As the square has morphed over the past Read more [...]

  • Toscanini’s

    STORY Deemed “The World’s Best Ice Cream” by The New York Times, we at Toscanini’s take our ice creams, coffees and teas seriously, as do our customers. In September, 1981 Toscanini’s was founded by Gus Rancatore, Kurt Jaenicke, Pearl Morrison, Janet Rosenblatt, Rich Johnston, Diane Depczenski, Pat Johnston, Miriam Stewart, Read more [...]

  • Tupelo

    Tupelo has been serving up its own brand of “comfort food with a southern drawl” in Inman Square since its opening in 2009. Owners Renee McLeod (Petsi Pies) and Mike Walker started Tupelo with chef Rembs Layman, with the goal of serving a new take on old favorites, influenced by Read more [...]

  • Veggie Galaxy

    Take the classic diner menu, tear out everything but the framework, and in the voids left empty by the departed “Southwestern Omelet”, “Catfish Dinner”, and “Bacon Cheeseburger”, insert pure, bright, bold, flavor. Insert healthy and well-composed breakfast, sandwiches, entrees, and desserts, straight forward no nonsense presentation, and all the while Read more [...]

  • Veggie Planet

    “Sadly, Veggie Planet closed its doors on August 17, 2014. Thank you for a wonderful thirteen years. We are currently working on resurrecting Veggie Planet it in an alternative location under different ownership. Continue to follow us on Facebook for updates (www.facebook.com/vegplanet) —- “Nothing will benefit human health and increase Read more [...]