Posts Tagged "cambridge"


Where You Should Be Drinking in Cambridge: UpperWest As we mentioned yesterday, we recently took a swing through our old home of Cambridge on the way to a vacation on Cape Cod. Along the way we thought we’d use our trip as a way to scope out some of the bars that have opened since we left town. Waypoint was a big hit. The few things we knew about our other selection left us wondering if it would be. One big argument in its favor...

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Where You Should Be Drinking: Waypoint in Cambridge On our way to Cape Cod, we made a prolonged stop in Cambridge to visit friends and to volunteer at Soccer Nights, a one of a kind summer evening soccer clinic for low-income, immigrant youth. One of us founded Soccer Nights, and the other volunteered for most of the 10 years of its existence; and it was always one of our favorite weeks of the year. Since we were practically passing...

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Where we’ve been drinking: Brick & Mortar If we’re forced to go to Central Square–not our favorite of the squares–we’d always prefer to end up at Brick & Mortar. It’s been the location for a handful of friends’ birthday and dissertation parties. You go to a lot of the latter when you live in Boston; you start to feel like you travel in a pretty smart crowd, and like you’re the...

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An Ode to Oleana

An Ode to Oleana


Posted By on Oct 2, 2015

An Ode to Oleana but first let us tell you about some laws & regulations If you’ve never called the Bay State home here is something you might not know: Massachusetts doesn’t have happy hours. What? Why? How is that possible? Well, our dear home for more than a dozen years while ever so progressive and liberal on so many things has some of the most rigid alcohol laws in the states. So in addition to it being illegal to...

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