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567 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, MA 02139 (Cambridge) | (617) 491-0016

Open Today: Open

Venue Description

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  • Phoenix Landing Cambridge

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    A modern Irish pub in Cambridge with a menu to match, also doubling as a sports bar, and then tripling as a happening nightclub.

  • Middle East Restaurant & Zuzu Cambridge

    .1m away

    The Middle East Restaurant and Nightclub consists of three live-music performance rooms, two family-style restaurants with full-service bars, and an elegant restaurant named ZuZu (the childhood nickname of one of the proprieters). Several of the rooms also serve as art galleries, offering a fresh showcase for local and international artists on a monthly basis. Both the staff and the customers are an international mix of musicians, students, townspeople and professionals. The Middle East first opened its doors in 1970 as a family-owned and operated Lebanese eatery; it was a time in which ethnic restaurants of all kinds were sprouting up all over Cambridge. Customers were at once attracted to the Middle East and won over by the authentic home cooking, the constant presence of and hospitality of the Sater family, and the restaurant's unique, eclectic ambiance. In 1975, the storefront next door was acquired and the two rooms connected to create what is now called the Upstairs. That same year, live music at the Middle East was born. After dinner came belly dancing, jazz, latin, and funk. Music at the Middle East took a serious turn when rock impresarios began renting the 200-capacity Upstairs and booking top talent to play there. This innovation forced the dining room into its present Massachusetts Avenue address. In 1988, a bakery at the intersection of Massachusetts Avenue and Brookline Street became The Corner, a 70-person-capacity restaurant and bar with a small corner stage. In 1988, the old, abandoned bowling alley in the basement of the building was converted into the Downstairs, a 550-capacity venue for world-class musical performers. In April of 2001, the Middle East added an elegant restaurant named ZuZu to the complex. In October of 2002, Lilli Dennison added her own personal touch to the venue, including a sophisticated club decor, a hip hangout menu, and live music several nights a week. Cover charges for the Upstairs and Downstairs rooms usually vary between $9 and $12. Advance tickets for all shows are available at the Middle East Box Office and Ticketmaster locations.

  • The Field Cambridge

    .1m away

    The Field offers a wide variety of draught and bottled imported stouts, ales, lagers and microbrews, as well as a full spirits bar. We have pub fare for when you're hungry, including a selection of appetizers for when you just want a snack. Relax over a game of darts or pool in our back room, or meet some friends at one of our intimate tables. We also have a private function room available.

  • Improv Boston Cambridge

    .1m away

    For over 30 years, ImprovBoston has been New England's leading theater and school dedicated to the art of comedy in all its forms. Voted "Best of Boston" by The Phoenix, The Improper Bostonian, and The Weekly Dig, ImprovBoston performers, teachers and students have included film stars, Emmy Award-winning comedians, and acclaimed producers, directors, musicians and writers. ImprovBoston alumni are featured on The Daily Show, America's Got Talent, Funniest Wins, Real Time with Bill Maher, Last Comic Standing and John Oliver's Last Week Tonight, to name a few. In 2014, the Independent Reviewers of New England honored ImprovBoston with an award recognizing its longstanding contributions to the Boston theater community. As a nonprofit arts organization, ImprovBoston serves the community through laughter with youth outreach programs, workshops for businesses, scholarships, a national touring company and, of course, performances at its theater complex in Central Square, Cambridge.

  • Green Street Cambridge

    .1m away

    Located between Harvard and M.I.T. in the heart of Central Square, Green Street has been serving its neighbors since the Great Depression. In fact, Green Street is the home of the city's longest standing liquor license. Green Street has remained a neighborhood fixture through the years. Reopened in 2006, Green Street has kept its neighborhood feel. But don't be deceived. There's nothing ordinary about it. With its award-winning A to Z cocktail menu, meticulously selected wines, and host of small craft beers, Green Street has gained both local and national notice as a place to imbibe. Featuring a seasonal, local-based menu, Green Street is a place for all occasions and all size parties. Whether you want a fine dining experience in the upstairs dining room or a beer and a burger at the bar, you will find yourself right at home at Green Street. With access to the Central Square T stop, and the Green Street Parking Garage right next door, Green Street is easy to get to…. but hard to leave.


Sunday: Open

Monday: Open

Tuesday: Open

Wednesday: Open

Thursday: Open

Friday: Open

Saturday: Open


Scenes: Lounge, Restaurant, Bar, Speakeasy

Cuisines: American

Avg. Entree: $16 - $20


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