If you're a first time visitor to Cambridge (Massachusetts), you might prefer a more touristy area, but if you're a solo traveler, a smaller local eatery could be more interesting. Some areas have lots of things to do within walking distance, but the restaurants may be more expensive. To give you a starting point for your trip research, we looked at what people say about restaurants in Cambridge (Massachusetts).
Here are some of the most recommended restaurants in Cambridge (Massachusetts).
Here's what Trippy members had to say about restaurants:
"Hanover St in the North End is fun just to walk down, experience the cobblestones and granite sidewalks, eat in one of the thousand Italian restaurants, and hit the pastry shops (Mike's Pastry) and argue over who makes the best cannoli." See More
"For seafood, try Trade, Island Creek Oyster Bar, Ostra or Row 34." See More
"Neptune Oyster is a go to but always has a line even if it doesn't look like it." See More
"Alden & Harlow - If you find yourself over in Cambridge, try a lunch or dinner at Alden and Harlow." See More
"If you're really into food and don't mind date night on a Sunday, check out the Chef's Whim 4 or 6 course meal at Craigie On Main." See More
"Have also heard that East Coast Grill & Raw Bar, Restaurant Casa Portugal, Tupelo, East by Northeast, and Oleana are fantastic." See More
"After you've seen all of Boston proper, ride a bike over the water to Harvard Square where there are some cool historical attractions and an amazing farm-to-table restaurant, Henrietta's Table." See More
"Miracle of Science Bar & Grill for lunch - excellent burgers" See More
"or West Bridge right by Kendall Square, great food, beautiful atmosphere, incredible food." See More
"The Friendly Toast at 1 Kendall Square is a fun place." See More
"Some examples include Redbones Barbecue in Davis for good beer and BBQ, Inman Square has an interesting mix of urban hipsters and old-time Portuguese and Brazilian immigrants with some good non-fussy Portuguese and Brazilian restaurants (Restaurant Casa Portugal, Muqueca Restaurant) as well as a great little music pub called Atwood's Tavern (with outdoor seating, a rarity in Boston), Union Sq has a little of everything (great hipsterish Irish pub called the The Independent, Bloc 11 Cafe for good coffee, and my favorite restaurant in the Boston area, Journeyman, if you are up for a splurge)." See More
"In fact, the entirety of the square has some great gems like the awesome hot chocolate at LA Burdick Chocolate, kitchy gifts and historical artifacts at Leavitt & Peirce, and you won't miss the long line for hamburgers right across from the Harvard campus at Mr Bartley's Burger Cottage." See More
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