67 "Cambridge" Restaurants in Boston.
Toscanini’s is probably Boston’s most well-known ice cream shop, and they’ve got some stellar scoops.
Christina’s is an ice cream shop in Inman Square with more flavors than you could probably ever try - yes, that’s a challenge.
1369 is a Cambridge-based coffee house with a great selection of coffee and teas, and a tasty spicy breakfast sandwich.
We tried the food at this new picnic spot from the team behind Puritan & Co.
Vester is a Scandinavian-inspired coffee shop in Kendall Square with chic interiors and good coffee.
Black Sheep Bagel is a bagel and coffee spot in Harvard Square with wine and live music as well.
Gypsy Place is a relatively small coffee shop in Cambridge with comfortable seating and açaí bowls.
Honeycomb Creamery is an ice cream spot in Cambridge with inventive flavors like honey lavender and jasmine tea.
Atomic Bean is a coffee shop near Central Square with lots of space and a retro decor.
There are a lot of reasons to love Lamplighter, a Cambridge brewery. You’ll probably find one of them within minutes of walking in.
Ittoku is a Porter Square izakaya inside a windowless mall, and it’s better and way more fun than you expect a restaurant in a windowless mall to be.
Umami is an omakase-only sushi restaurant in North Cambridge. Not only is it good, it also has one of the most affordable omakase options in Boston.
Gustazo is a fun Cuban place in Porter Square with a big menu of small plates and good cocktails.
Longfellow bar is a high-end cocktail bar in Harvard Square with excellent food that you eat with your hands.