- Arts + Culture
Fans of delayed gratification, frozen custard drinks and helping hungry kids are having a good month at Harvard Square’s Shake Shack.
Four Burgers in Central Square is offering $15 all-you-can eat sliders and fries Tuesday as a fundraiser for the nonprofit Food For Free.
If mom’s getting a meal Sunday in return for, you know, raising you and supporting you all these years, there are a few restaurants in Cambridge bidding for your brunch business.
Kitchen Kibitz, the modern Jewish pop-up restaurant, is back at Ole Mexican Grill with chef Erwin Ramos for a unique menu in honor of Cinco de Mayo.
We’ll still need Prospect Whole Foods and the Harvest Co-op, but neither sell Shaoxing wine, gochujang or sticky rice.
Clover is the next tenant for the space Central Square space that was Hi-Fi Pizza, and the chain’s founder says he’d be happy with late-night hours.
Clover Food Lab is hosting CSA signups Thursday, putting together locals who want to join a farmshare and reps from six Massachusetts farms.
Anyone who worried Taco Bells and 99-cent value menus would invade Kendall Square will be relieved – and a bit hungry – to hear the next candidate.
Clover is coming to Alewife with a dedicated food truck starting Monday, and plans to roll out another truck location every two weeks until May.
The Cambridge/Somerville-line foodie paradise that’s home to Bergamot, Dali and Kirkland Tap & Trotter now has a recreational cooking school as well.