Food Finder: The Guide to Eating and Dining in Harvard Square

(*: Must Go/Recommended) 9 Tastes 50 JFK Street (across from the Kennedy School) | www.9taste.com 9 Tastes is a great Thai restaurant, tucked in the basement of a building on JFK. It’s well-priced for what you get ($7.95 Pad Thai). Go with friends or a date, but expect it to get loud and busy, especially on weekend nights. It won Best of Boston award from Boston magazine 2007 for Best Neighborhood Takeout in Harvard Square. Arrow Street Crepes * 1154 Massachusetts Avenue | www.arrowstreetcreperie.com Arrow Street Crepes makes delicious crepes, both savory (meat, veggies, and cheese; also vegetarian) and sweet …






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Squares: A Day-Trip to Davis

There is something to be said for the theory, stated with confidence to me one snowy September day my freshman year, that there is no legitimate reason to justify ever leaving the beautiful womb that is Harvard Square. All manner of sustenance and enjoyment lie within the confines of Brattle and Bow streets. All else, naught but a quintessence of dust. Or shadows and dust. Whichever is Shakespeare. That point, hidden though it may be, was that of my foolhardy advisor, who shall remain unnamed (he lives on the first floor of old Leverett; his fears include spiders, pollution, and …






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The HUDS Gourmet

It’s time to be your own chef. It’s hard to say if it’s the residual flavor of your hangover or the camouflage color of the “Mediterranean” chicken, but hell — there comes a time when you realize that the food here, like your math TF, isn’t quite up to par. But let’s face it: delicious food is delicious, and there’s no reason to compromise your eating standards just because the coconut shrimp tastes exactly like you would imagine it would. That’s why a group of upperclassmen, mostly seniors, started the Harvard College Culinary Society. The events-based group, new this year, …






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