Public meetings this week look at the the Tobin/Vassal Lane school project, Kendall Square design, public schools’ curriculum for the fall and how faculty “check-ins” with students work, as well as plenty on the coronavirus recovery and the pot shop that wants to replace Stereo Jack’s Records.
In this notebook about dining options during the Covid-19 shutdown, get some takeout to make a sunny lockdown more enjoyable: A lobster sandwich from Alive & Kicking, comfort fare from Cambridge Common, spicy tofu of all sorts from House of Chang and gourmet Thai from Chalawan.
With the Covid-19 shutdown dragging on, more meal options will at least keep your taste buds lively. The Montrose Spa is still making perfection in sandwich form, The Druid has your comfort food, Redbones has reopened in Davis Square and Baraka Cafe and Cho Cho’s offer international flair.
Need dining options during the Covid-19 shutdown? Look for old school pizza from The Half Shell, vegetarian food from Veggie Grill that will more than satisfy a meat eater, or gourmet comfort food from The Abbey; filling ramens; and treats such as a stinky cheese in cabbage from Formaggio Kitchen.