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Pate for lunch in Cambridge

sailormouth Oct 17, 2006 03:15 PM

Hey folks,

I'm hoping to find some good pate for lunch near Harvard Sq. I've been disappointed with Harvest's, as I typically prefer a nice liver pate to a chunky country style. Any recs?


  1. sailormouth Oct 19, 2006 06:29 PM

    Thanks for the recs, got some pate from Sandrines yesterday. Zer gut.

    1. itaunas Oct 17, 2006 05:24 PM

      Both Evergood Market on Mass Ave and Formaggio just outside of Huron Village sell smooth pates (and also the Huron Supermarket). Formaggio I believe has sandwiches and used to have an outlet in the garage, at evergood you have to roll your own. Both are walkable from the square if there isn't a cold breeze, with evergood being a bit easier to reach.

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        gourmaniac Oct 17, 2006 05:18 PM

        I'm pretty sure that Sandrines has a duck foie gras pate on their lunch menu.

        1. finlero Oct 17, 2006 03:26 PM

          I know Cardullo's has a sandwich on its menu called the Radcliffe: pate, fig spread, and dijon mustard on a French roll. It's been a few years, but I seem to recall it being a smooth liver pate.

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          1. re: finlero
            kittychow Oct 17, 2006 03:29 PM

            I get that sandwich often and if you don't specify what you would like they use a country pate.

          2. heathermb Oct 17, 2006 03:21 PM

            It's not a restaurant but I love the pate selection (and the cheese, wine, and breads) at the Wine and Cheese Cask at the corner of Kirkland and Beacon (across from Kabob Factory)

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