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118 Beacon Street, Somerville, MA 02143 (Somerville) | (617) 576-7700

Open Today: Open

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Venues in closest proximity

  • Kirkland Tap & Trotter Somerville

    .0m away

    Chef Tony Maws is a strong believer in the concept of terroir, that certain sense of place which makes many great foods great. Can a restaurant have terroir too? Who’s to say? But any visitor to Kirkland Tap & Trotter will take a quick look around the room — with its exposed brick walls and old ceiling beams — and quickly realize that this location has some stories to tell. For 37 years, 425 Washington Street in Somerville was home to the legendary Kirkland Cafe — occasionally also known as Studley’s — a truly local bar owned by Ellie & Joe Hernon and beloved by residents in the neighborhood. From its early days in the 1970’s, the owners were seemingly never content to run a just a plain old bar. They sponsored bike races from The Kirkland, around Fresh Pond and back. They held peanut rolling contests. The bar was home to one of the original six teams of the Minute Man Dart League, which today oversees hundreds of teams.

  • Aeronaut Brewing Co Somerville

    .3m away

    Somerville's first production brewery in 144 years, AERONAUT imagines, brews, and cans small-batch local beers at our brewery & taproom near Union Square in the factory buildings of the former Ames Envelope Company. VISIT US for live music, beer releases and events TUES - SUN. Enjoy flights and pints of production-scale and prototype beers next to the brew tanks. Meet our collaborators in the FOODS HUB (TASTING COUNTER & SOMERVILLE CHOCOLATE) and check out AERONAUT LABS where we cultivate and study the specialty yeasts that ferment our beers.

  • Moona Cambridge

    .4m away

    The word “moona” or “mouneh” in slang comes from the Arabic word mana or ma'oona, meaning "storing." In other words, it’s the English equivalent of the “pantry.” In the past, especially in remote villages in the Arab World, the moona was prepared during the bountiful harvest for consumption during winter's harsh days, providing fundamental nourishment for the daily meal, having transformed perishable produce into food with a long shelf life. Things such as olives, pickles, preserved lemons, cheese, spices, herbs, jams, etc. Moona cherishes the culinary tradition of nourishment, sustenance and purity in the Arabic and Eastern Mediterranean tradition. Dishes will be served in a sharable format.

  • The Druid Cambridge

    .4m away

    Located in the heart of Cambridge’s Inman Square, The Druid is what a real Irish bar should be, a social experience you’ll never forget! Housed in the oldest wooden mercantile building in the city of Cambridge the atmosphere is timeless. Under new management since 2004 The Druid has firmly established itself as a home from home in the hearts of our many regulars and passers by. Known for its excellent food, it’s perfect Guinness and the exceptional array of entertainment throughout the week The Druid is an experience not to be missed and never to be forgotten!

  • Pier 6 Boston

    .5m away

    A waterfront restaurant destination with panoramic views of the city skyline and Boston Harbor. Our menu highlights many exciting flavors in some of our most classic New England dishes with a focus on fresh seafood and local ingredients.


Sunday: Open

Monday: Open

Tuesday: Open

Wednesday: Open

Thursday: Open

Friday: Open

Saturday: Open


Cuisines: American

Scenes: Restaurant

Avg. Entree: $21 - $30


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