Nightlife in West Cambridge


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  • New School of Music
    Founded in 1976, The New School of Music is a community music program offering music instruction for all ages in a student centered environment. We also host community concerts to share the gift of music.
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    25 Lowell Street
    Cambridge, MA US
  • Formaggio Kitchen
    Formaggio is a gourmand's paradise that was named Best Cheese Shop in 2009 by Boston magazine and Best Gourmet Food Shop in 2010 by the Improper Bostonian. Its California mono-varietal extra-virgin olive oil, which you will receive with this Groupon, is cookable, dippable, and nearly sippable. Though Formaggio offers a wide range of imported gourmet spices, pastas, and sauces, the delectable delicatessen is best known for its great cheese wall, which contains hundreds of gourmet artisan cheeses. An in-house belowground cheese cave keeps the entire cheese stock fresh while it is taught to read, write, and count cards. Savor a variety such as Boule de Quercy, a goat's milk cheese topped with a wild raspberry leaf (5 oz. $9.95), or the strong-flavored provolone vernengo ($16.48 per half-pound). Stock and pricing may vary.
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    244 Huron Ave
    Cambridge, MA US
  • City Wine Tours LLC
    City Wine Tours' experienced wine ambassadors take groups on enlightening viticultural explorations in New York City and Boston. Each two-hour walking tour stops by upscale restaurants, neighborhood boutiques, and hidden grape-springs known for their unique wine offerings. Guests sip and sample along the way, trying up to six different varietals, while guides expound on wine tasting, pairing, and history. That focus on entertaining education has proved a winning formula?City Wine Tours' walking excursions have been praised by media outlets including Zagat and the Boston Globe.
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    Nubar in Sheraton Commander
    Cambridge, MA US
  • Nubar
    Nubar radiates an assured air that comes from the stewardship of three generations of the Guleserian family. Their contemporary approach to classic cuisine manifests itself in seasonal dishes that have included roasted local haddock with saffron and duck breast with cherries and bok choy. Chefs use ingredients from local farms, fisheries, and bakeries to enhance their creations and cut down on the food's jet lag. Nubar's rooftop garden also enriches warm-weather fare with fresh-picked herbs and vegetables. Set within the confines of the auspicious Sheraton Commander Hotel, Nubar wraps its guests in sleek lines and soothing hues of brown. Behind a bar made entirely of butter-yellow honey onyx, bartenders shake and stir artisanal spirits into classic or modern cocktails. With a cocktail, local beer, or wine glass in hand, patrons can recline on leather ottomans and admire the linear fireplace that separates the lounge from the dining room. Soft light cascades from wide cylindrical lamps and minimalist candelabras that stretch up the wall.
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    16 Garden Street
    Cambridge, MA US
  • Regattabar
    Swing by Regattabar in Cambridge for your next meal. Don't expect to find any low-fat fare on Regattabar's menu — you'll need to be prepared to indulge a bit. Your large group can all sit together at Regattabar. For an eclectic twist on traditional dining, live music is often featured at Regattabar as well. The music and crowds can create quite a racket at Regattabar — noise levels can reach the upper registers. The restaurant can get tied up on the weekends, so allow yourself time to wait for a table. Regattabar is known for serving great food, and they are able to serve it at your next event with their excellent catering. Parking is never an issue at Regattabar, a local restaurant near garages, lots and street parking. Prices are reasonable, with a typical meal running under $30. Regattabar accepts major credit cards, including Discovery and AMEX.
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    1 Bennett St
    Cambridge, MA US
  • Charlies Kitchen
    When Harvard and M.I.T. students need a study break, the glowing neon signs of Charlie’s Kitchen guide them to salvation. Usually, that salvation lies in the double cheeseburger—a Charlie’s staple—served with a choice of classic, beer-battered, waffle, or sweet potato fries, or fried green beans. The towering stack of meat is but one favorite from the '50s-style diner's menu. Burgers come in 11 other forms, including the ever-popular double lobster roll, while an entire section devoted to meat-free dishes sates vegetarians. Diners can even pick a live lobster from the tank for an opulent seafood feast. Whether hungry or not, guests can always grab a beer and head upstairs to the lounge, where a jukebox, weekly live music, karaoke, and trivia keeps crowds entertained. They can also savor 18 draft brews in the beer garden, which, like an exhibitionist oyster, stays open year-round. Charlie’s Kitchen not only invites guests to enjoy nature all year, but also does its part to protect it. Three of its cars run on veggie oil, its dishwasher is solar powered, and it recycles or composts much of its trash.
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    10 Eliot St
    Cambridge, MA US

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