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Grocery or Supermarket
“Star Market and the nearby Stop and Shop all serve to offer you a variety of fine gourmet grocery choices. Pick and choose your favorite supermarket to shop at! Its your treat!”
  • 11 personnes du coin recommandent
“Great for a quick breakfast or lunch! Recommend walking because the place is usually very busy and it is hard to find parking. The staff is very friendly. I love it here because they bake their own delicious bread for their sandwiches. So yummy!”
  • 34 personnes du coin recommandent
“European-style bakery and cafe showcasing homemade breads, pretzels & pastries in a bright & airy location.”
  • 5 personnes du coin recommandent
“Clover Food Lab is a vegetarian fast food chain, founded in 2008 by MIT material science graduate and Harvard MBA Ayr Muir, which operates food trucks and restaurants in Massachusetts, United States. The company serves a simple menu that changes day to day and with the seasons based on what is available from local farmers and includes a large mix of organic ingredients. he company was founded by Ayr Muir, a graduate of MIT in Material Science and Harvard Business School MBA program.[6] Muir, a distant cousin of naturalist John Muir,[6] has cited environmental motivations as a driving force behind the company's creation. He wishes "to shrink the ecological footprint of the food industry by making fresh, local, sustainable vegetarian food as common and convenient as the fare at Burger King or McDonald's".[6] The company's food trucks are decommissioned and retrofitted cargo vehicles that use recycled vegetable oil to help them run.[7][8] All of the company's utensils, napkins, and other items are compostable.[9] Despite Clover Food Lab's focus on local, sustainable and vegetarian food, Muir consciously avoids branding the company's food as such, fearing that "no one will eat it if we do".[6] Clover Food Lab's trucks and restaurants have minimalist, somewhat industrial design, and include elements that give them the look and feel of a laboratory.[7] The sides and walls are plain white, menus are written on whiteboards with black dry-erase marker, and the restaurants are brightly lit and have mostly stool seating. The kitchen has "a pop-up quality, as if the crew is here temporarily, planning to relocate elsewhere."[10] Staff enter customer orders and process credit and debit cards through an iPod touch system, and give change from their money belts instead of cash registers.”
  • 20 personnes du coin recommandent
“This used to be a Barnes and Noble.. it still is I believe (the company may have been purchased) Now its called the Coop bookstore. You can read and browse a massive variety of books. Perfect for studying for Harvard!”
  • 12 personnes du coin recommandent
Crème glacée
“Recommended local ice cream shop with several locations in Boston including Harvard Square, Brookline, and Jamaica Plain”
  • 13 personnes du coin recommandent
“You'll see super long lines for this famous shop in Little Italy--only the locals know to go to the Cambridge location! ;) Grab one of their cannolis and a slice of cheesecake.”
  • 14 personnes du coin recommandent
Boutique cadeaux
“From Tintin comic books to delicate drinking glasses, Black Ink always has something fun for the whole family, as well as gifts to bring back home.”
  • 13 personnes du coin recommandent

Centres commerciaux

Centre commercial
  • 1 personne du coin recommande
Centre commercial