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Lunch before the ART on Sunday?

  • L2k Feb 19, 2014 07:36 AM

Seeing a matinee there this coming Sunday. Enjoyed Tory Row last time we were in Harvard Square. What else is interesting, affordable, and able to get into?

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  1. I like the Red House.

    1. Russell House Tavern

      1. Alden and Harlow, the new restaurant by the prior chef at RHT

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        1. re: justbeingpolite

          No lunch. Harvest?

          1. re: Aromatherapy

            Harvest is Sunday Brunch -- $35 prix fixe, which is a bit too pricey for what we're looking for.

            Russell House and Red House look good, anything a little more downscale?

            Thanks!

            1. re: L2k

              Crema? (Haven't been myself in ages.)

        2. There's also Beat Hotel.

          1. Charlies Kitchen
            Cambridge 1 Pizza (by the Tory Row folks)
            Le's Viet (in the Garage)
            First Printer
            Wagamama
            Bartley's Burgers
            Tasty Burger
            Shake Shack
            Clover

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            1. re: 5thAndNowhere

              First Printer is no longer in business.

              Park is similar to Russell House, but may be worth checking out. http://parkcambridge.com/menu/brunch

              1. re: huuvola

                First Printer is still open, reservations up and running on open table.

                +1 to Park though

                www.hungrytommy.com

                1. re: hungrytommy

                  Oops. My mistake. I should've said First Printer will SOON no longer be in business. http://www.thecrimson.com/article/201...

                  1. re: huuvola

                    Ugh, the Tommy Doyle's people? Guess that explains why they closed their other Harvard Square shithole.

                    http://mcslimjb.blogspot.com/

            2. We went to Russell House Tavern (and might have been the oldest folks there by 20 years, even though we are still quite a ways away from retirement age. Server was Bryan and he was tremendous, and the food was very good.

              I had the "secret burger" (they are steaming it, a la Ted's) and she had the special omelet of the day and we were quite pleased. Thanks for the recommendation!