Kosher for Passover in Cambridge/Somerville?
It's my first Passover in Massachusetts, and I realized I have no idea which grocery stores I should go to to stock up for the holiday. A quick perusal of the board tells me that the Butcherie in Brookline is Pesach ground zero, but anything beyond that? I'm willing to travel a bit, but if there are any supermarkets on this side of the river with large KFP sections (I go through something like 5 containers of Temptee cream cheese during the holiday), please let me know posthaste!
Last year, I was desperate for fresh horseradish and ended up finding it in Malden, at the Super Stop and Shop near the T-station off Rte. 60. They had a huge (by Boston suburban standards) selection of Passover foods catering to a Russian-Jewish emigre population in town.
Not quite what you asked, but I got an email that the always excellent Craigie Street Bistrot, just outside Harvard Square, is doing a Passover dinner on 4/20 and 4/22.
It's pricey ($75/pp), clearly not for Orthodox observers, and I don't know if they have any seating left, but dishes like Moroccan haroseth-stuffed Vermont organic quail and chocolate mousse poached pears à la Beaujolais sure sound tasty.
Stop and Shops, in general, do a good job as far as stocking up for Pesach. When I lived in Cambridge/Arlington I used to try and get to the Brighton Stop & Shop, which seems especially well stocked. The Arlington S&S on Mass. Ave. is OK. The Butcherie will have everything you need, and will also be a total zoo unless you hit it first thing in the morning or during the workday.