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B-Side Lounge 92 Hampshire St, Kendall Square,
Cambridge, MA 02139 · 617-354-0766
CAMBRIDGE. Anyone up for a hard-boiled egg? Well, this quirky bar offers them
gratis....no? maybe next
time. Even if you don't partake, you'll find that B-Side definitely marches to
the beat of its own drum.
Along with a boisterous, lively crowd, you'll find an intriguing decor
punctuated with neon, along with
a menu of above-average American food and a range of traditional beers (Pabst
and the like). Diverse
crowd. Casual dress.
Cambridge Brewing Co. Kendall Sq, Kendall Square, Cambridge, MA 02139 ·
CAMBRIDGE. Conveniently located in Kendall Square
near theaters and restaurants, this brew pub offers an
array of homemade ales and microbrews worth sampling. A limited food menu is
available, and you'll want
to stake out a seat on the outdoor patio during warm weather since it makes for
Even if you aren't successful there, you'll find plenty of room inside, and
coming with a group is
always a blast. Smart casual dress.
Cambridge Common 1667 Mass Ave, Harvard Square, Cambridge, MA 02138 ·
CAMBRIDGE. Casual and comfortable, Cambridge Common’s the place to come for a
drink and a simple bite to eat (like a cheese-laden bacon burger!). The place
boasts a friendly, unpretentious atmosphere that
appeals to students and professionals alike, and everyone is welcome. For
entertainment, head downstairs
to catch live acts performing at the Lizard Lounge. Casual dress.
Grendel's Den 89 Winthrop St, Harvard Square, Cambridge, MA 02138 ·
CAMBRIDGE. Grendel’s is essentially a
below-street-level hot spot for the Harvard set, who flock here to hang out with
friends and while away the hours. Folks especially love the selection of
appetizers, like potato
skins, bratwurst, and chicken wings, which run just $2.50 from 5pm to 7:30pm
once you’ve met a $3 drink
minimum. That's hardly a difficult prospect to shoulder, given the large
selection of beverages and typical college appetites. Casual dress. TRAIN: T to
Miracle of Science Bar & Grill 321 Mass Ave, Central Square, Cambridge, MA
02139 · 617-868-2866
CAMBRIDGE. MIT students can't help but love Miracle,
which depends on them for energy as
much as they on it. In fact, some consider it a good luck charm to have one of
their drinks (served in a
beaker) as an assist in collegiate endeavors. The bar offers a large drink menu
and, conversely, a small
selection of food that's largely bar eats. Contemporary and fun, it's a place
where – whether you know
organic chemistry or not – you’ll fit right in! Casual dress.
Redline 59 JFK St, Harvard Square, Cambridge, MA 02138 · 617-491-9851
CAMBRIDGE. Yes, in fact there is a red line – of
light – that stretches around the room, accenting the clean-lined, slightly
contemporary decor. The bar and grill functions as a comfy hangout on Harvard
Square for folks
of all ilks, whether they come for a drink with friends or to partake of
American fare like sage and
rosemary-crusted duck breast or Guinness-braised beef short ribs. A full bar
menu offers plenty of
libations, and the place is laid-back enough to facilitate either conversation
Temple Bar 1688 Mass Ave, Cambridge, MA 02138 · 617-547-5055
CAMBRIDGE. Temple hosts a lively bar scene, and a
premium is placed on style and appearance. Unsurprisingly, then, a good portion
of the crowd consists of singles looking to meet up with other like-minded
folks. The popular spot can often be crowded, but it's also usually upbeat and a
bit on the loud side. Attractive patrons fit right into the elegantly upscale
environment, which features a handsome bar and an artsy ambience. Smart casual
or trendy dress.
West Side Lounge 1680 Mass Ave, Porter Square, Cambridge, MA 02138 ·
CAMBRIDGE. This chic, golden-hued establishment
attracts a good contingent of upscale patrons within its
comfortable environs. The clientele relish rustic, Mediterranean cuisine, which
pays heed to texture as
much as it does to flavor. You'll often see patrons perched at the bar with
friends, nursing drinks and
chatting into the evening. Many times, they come for the bar scene and and end
up hanging out for
dinner, or vice versa. Terrific ambience and a great neighborhood mainstay. Full
Harvard Square Bars
Brew Moon - 50 Church St., Cambridge (499-2739)
Voted Boston Magazine’s Best Brew House in ’96. Their five-beer sampler is a
treat. The "Munich Gold" brew won gold at the Great American Beer Festival, and
the food portions are huge.
Casablanca - 40 Brattle St., Cambridge (876-0999)
Classic restaurant and bar with a nostalgic aura. Decorated with a great mural
from the movie. Dinner is moderately expensive, but well worth it.
The Cellar - 991 Mass Ave., Cambridge (876-2580)
Two-floor bar between Harvard and Central Square. Old-style décor, including
brick walls and wooden seats, coupled with good Guinness, make it worth the
The Crimson Sports Bar & Grille - 59 JFK St., Cambridge (868-5900)
Despite the hordes of loyal BC patrons, this is and will always remain a Harvard
bar. The Grille makes no pretenses, but never suffers a shortage of people or
character, and continues to nurture students with five-dollar pitchers.
Fire & Ice - 50 Church St., Cambridge (547-9007)
Create your own Mongolian feast, and they’ll cook it before your eyes while you
enjoy a beverage from the bar. Popular dinner date spot, but packed on weekend
Friday's American Bar - 16 Eliot St., Cambridge (492-2600)
Recently opened. Extra-large flasks of honey brown for a couple of bucks, good
mixed drinks, fantastic bar food, and never a wait.
Grafton Street - 1274 Mass Ave, Cambridge (497-0400)
Classy Irish bar, catering to a faithful grad student and upscale undergrad
clientele. The Belhaven on tap can’t be beat. Good food and an appealing
ambiance make it a standard date spot.
Hong Kong - 1236 Mass Ave, Cambridge (864-5311)
Is there a better combination than chicken fingers and scorpion bowls? If you’ve
had too many of the latter, there are plenty of beers to wash everything down.
House of Blues - 96 Winthrop St., Cambridge (491-2583)
Live music every night and a Sunday Southern Gospel Brunch, but the cover keeps
some students away.
John Harvard's Brew House - 33 Dunster St., (868-3585)
Great menu filled with simple but tasty cuisine. Try the beer sampler, pick your
favorite, and run with it.
Regattabar - Charles Hotel: 1 Bennet St., Cambridge
A must for a jazz enthusiast or the prototypical date impresser. Upscale spot;
dress well and prepare to dish it out for drinks.
Shay's - 58 JFK St., Cambridge (354-9038)
Perfect summer spot. Have an afternoon sandwich and beer outside while you watch
the crowd stroll by on JFK.
The Tini Bar - Charles Hotel: 1 Bennet St., Cambridge
The specialty martinis and fine cigars are worth the hefty prices.
Whitney's Cafe - 37 JFK St., Cambridge (354-8172)
The local crowd tends to convince students to keep on walking, but cheap drinks
make it worth a stop.
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