What’s happening in Cambridge’s kitchens? PlantPub has soft serve for vegans; chef instructor O’Sullivan competes on the Food Network; Anna’s has a Veterans Day offering; Puritan & Co.’s Harvest Dinner is back; and a Pie in the Sky Fundraiser has apple, pecan or pumpkin pie for Thanksgiving.
Trina’s menu is pretty much straight-up comfort food that pays smart attention to its vegetarian clientele. The menu rotates some, but most always you’ll find mac ’n’ cheese, fried chicken, and fried chicken and waffles, as well as a stack of burgers and a side-dish list that outpaces the entrées.
These reviews of what’s on the big screen and streaming include plenty of folk horror offerings at The Brattle, including the little-seen “Clearcut,” the 1931 “Dracula” at the Somerville Theatre with live music and a surprisingly so-so “Antlers.” But there’s also plenty more to see on local screens.