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279A Broadway, Cambridge, MA
617.661.0009   |  website
  • Neighborhood: Inman Square
  • Directions: Kendall
  • Price: $$$
  • Hours: Wed-Mon, 5-10 pm
This cozy, farmhouse-inspired restaurant is chef Jason Bond's solo venture, and he serves up straightforward yet expertly executed American cuisine like venison leg and hand-rolled pasta. Sustainable practices, plus a commitment to finding interesting produce and rare breeds of livestock, combine for a memorable and high-quality dining experience.
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