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The first impression you get as you walk in through the doors of The People's Republik is that it may be a political or military den of sorts, thanks to its name and decor. On the contrary, this bar will surprise you with casual ambiance that has made it popular among tourists and natives of Cambridge. Beers offered here are a favorite of the regulars, but you can also take your pick from cocktails, scotch, tequilas, bourbon and whiskeys. Accompany your drink with a quesadilla, fish and chips, sandwiches or a steak.
Head to Parlor Sports Bar for some delicious dishes and drinks while watching your favorite sports matches. Satisfy your taste buds with snacks like Pepperoni Roll, Parlor Burger or Mac-N-Cheese. Jumpstart your day with their brunch dishes like The Texas Ranger, Silver Collar Pancakes, and French Toast. Complement your meals with beverages like beer or cocktails like Catamount Pride and Somerville Sling.
One of Cambridge's most happening eateries, Ole is not just a place for fajitas and nachos. Enter and you will find the restaurant teeming with friendly wait-staff, office crowd and music. Apart from the usual Mexican fare, the restaurant also serves food from Mexican regions of Oaxaca and Vera Cruz; the fish tacos are surprisingly yummy. Pitchers of sangria and margaritas await thirsty bar folk, and you will find beers and wines available too.
If you are in Cambridge and looking for a place where you can hear music that is different from the mainstream pop and rock tunes that are blasted on television, radio, or more conventional concert halls, then do drop by The Lily Pad. Located in Inman Square, this buzzing club-cum-music-venue features artists that await, and truly merit, discovery, be they up-and-coming amateurs, or seasoned veterans. The club also serves cold beer and wine, as well as delectable food items, so that patrons do not go thirsty or hungry. See the website or call to know more.
Russell House Tavern has a unique decor, with bricked walls that depict a rustic feel. This American Tavern serves as a solution for quick lunch breaks, catch-up with friends and for special occasions. Chef Micheal has created a marvelous menu with American classics that are excellently recreated with modern seasoning and flavors. Pair your meal with a classic or a modern cocktail which are prepared using ingredients like fresh juices, syrups, lime shrub, Creme de Cacao etc. Private parties can be hosted for which they have designed prix fixe menus. Check website for further details.
Club Passim has been on the cultural scene of Boston for a long time. It is frequented by the Harvard intellectuals for evening get togethers. Club Passim works to promote local and folk music. No alcohol is served here, you can order vegetarian pizzas from the in-house pizzeria, libations from the juice or just a cuppa. Boston is known for its cultural and arts scene and this is a definitely a good place to soak up the arts.