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Cafe Barada’s owners have maintained the quality and taste of their Lebanese and Middle Eastern food since their origins in Arlington in 1985, and they still have the best hummus around.
Clover Food Lab opens its Kendall Square bricks-and-mortar restaurant Thursday with a “pay what you want” offer hoping to hand over $10,000 in proceeds to a food rescue organization.
Amazingly, Tatte Bakery & Café opens its third Kendall Square location Monday.
A new edition of “Cooking for Crowds” is getting some hoopla, with the latest being author Merry White’s turn at the Harvard Book Store tonight at 7.
If you’re in the area and need an emergency Thanksgiving meal – maybe you’re traveling, maybe your beautifully prepared meal suffered some completely unexpected disaster – you might consider making some phone calls and hope to head to Harvard Square.
Two Harvard Square area restaurants with claims of difficult locations are looking to add features to help keep up in Cambridge’s competitive dining scene.
The sophisticated pan-Asian small-plates restaurant Moksa is bringing a weekly game night to Central Square.
The Friendly Toast in Kendall Square and Grendel’s Den in Harvard Square face changes around them, but the two staple Cambridge eateries will remain the restaurants you’ve grown to love.
This coming Friday, Saturday and Sunday, the Lyndell’s Bakery in Ball Square, Somerville, hopes to pump up the Somerville Auxiliary PD Sean Collier Memorial Scholarship Fund to help even more students achieve the dream of the slain Sean Collier.
Establishments serving liquor that launch during harsh New England winters will no longer get a bonus for their timing.