We were taken here during a course so I did not pay, but the food was good, nachos, pizza, buffalo wings, hummus and other finger foods. It is downstairs so come with people you want to talk to since their is no view.
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Many years ago I was a regular at the Cambridge JH because my best friend was a brewer/waiter there. I recently came home for a Catholic funeral of a relative, and couldn't wait to get some real New England clam chowder. Part way through eating...More
I grew up in Cambridge and finally went to the place that was 33 Dunster Street. I brought a friend from out of town. The staff should be taught the history of the place, the reason for the stain glass windows, and the architecture of...More
Joined some friends who had eaten and had a drink before we arrived. Server was so rude and more interested in flirting with other customers, didn't get his name but had a beard with dark hair in a man-bun, wish I had got his name...More
I went here for dinner one night. It wasn't particularly busy, but I sat at the bar and watched a little bit of baseball. The staff helped me decide between my options for my main meal (I had their chicken pot pie - which apparently...More
I've been a local customer, always going there everytime I go to Boston area, I loved this place, it hás been changed many times the management over the years, but is consitently good. Great Beer and delicious food.
Went several years ago, loved it. Returned a couple years later, closed for "renovations". Went today, open for business, no renovations ever occurred to the naked eye. Quality took a dip, but still pretty decent. If I didn't return, no tears would be shed, and...More
My wife and I went here for dinner at the recommendation of a waiter at the Hyatt in Cambridge. You always run a risk with brew pubs since most of them serve so-so beer and below average food. That is this place. My wife had...More
Had lunch at this location during a recent visit to Boston, the Pastrami french dip sandwich I had was outstanding.