The place looks very nice but unfortunately the food is very mediocre and overpriced. Furthermore, the service needs Training how to treat customers properly.
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First time visit and we were pleased. While they missed the mark with their calamari starter (too much salt and pepper) the salmon and brick chicken were hits. Outside seating is nice when the weather is good. The service and friendliness were five star. Our...More
We enjoyed Saturday brunch at this capacious and friendly restaurant on Mass Ave, halfway between Harvard and Porter T stations. Buses 77 and 96 will bring you there if you don't fancy a walk. The brunch menu is not extensive but more than adequate for...More
This is a jumped up sports bar whose cuisine has been improving markedly. I particularly enjoyed the charcuterie plate, which included an assortment of fine selections with excellent biscuits and a variety of mustards. The mussels appetizer was also excellent, as was the roasted beet...More
If you are staying in Cambridge and loathe Harvard Square this is a great option. Oozing quiet confidence and a tight menu with a relaxed bar this is a wonderful place to retreat with a romantic partner. Or even solo with a good book or...More
Thursday night, lots of young couples and several 2-female parties. Not too noisy, prices reasonable, but all the female parties seated up by the door. Did tapas-style: eggplant good but somewhat tough and insufficient quantity; calamari in great batter, but no sauce or topping; good...More
I love the semi-circular booths at the Temple Bar. Very comfortable. And there is a great range of beers and other drinks. The menu is wide-ranging, and the dishes range from good to great. I recommend the steamed pork bun appetizer.
This is not a truly high end dining destination, but it certainly is a notch above, with well prepared and interesting food that is nicely presented. Service was excellent, and the overall ambience is warm and comforting. Beer selection was very good. Prices are fair...More
Food is okay for local bar with late hours and nice ambience. Can get a great fish dish and the soups are typically good. Miss how they used to make the burgers (without bread). Sometimes my choices are limited (gluten-free), but worth it for Craig's...More
Nice staff and space. I have had brunch here at least five times and it has always been good. Fresh coffee poured all the time, large selection of choices with very big portions. No one can ever finish.