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Korean barbecue is the specialty at Koreana. Dishes include cod fish casserole, jellyfish with rice and oxtail stew. The vegetarian dishes include farmer's stir fry and a spicy tofu chikae. Sushi is one of the house specialties, as are the Korean barbecue dishes, such as pork rib belly and barbecued short ribs.
Located on Brattle Street, Felipe's Taqueria welcomes you to relish peppery Mexican fare in a relaxed, family-friendly setting. Locally sourced ingredients and old-school recipes mean you are transported to a classic Mexican cantina, in the heart of Cambridge. Be it the fresh salsas, hand-crafted lime lemonade or the authentic guacamole, everything is made to order. Do not get disappointed by a long queue, for it takes only a few minutes to dig into those flavorsome quesadillas, burritos and well-seasoned tacos.
One of the best places in Boston to have a slice of mouth-watering Sicilian pizza, Pinocchio's is a treat. Since 30 years pizzas and subs have been served in style and it has been the go-to spot for many students. The menu is simple and customers can choose a topping of their choice. The menu also includes various subs with meatball being the specialty. A truly wonderful place for a quick and pocket-friendly meal.
The Sinclair is a riveting rock concert venue that comes with an American restaurant and a summer patio. If you wish to watch your favorite bands play in the company of great food and euphoric ambiance, The Sinclair has got it all covered for you. The restaurant is quite spacious and can accommodate groups with ease. Here you can entertain your palate with chef Michael Schlow's culinary delights which are cooked to perfection and served with style. The performance area is where you can witness scintillating rock performances in a setup that is equipped with great acoustics and light technology. The Sinclair has the capacity to host 525 spectators, making it one of the biggest rock clubs in Cambridge.
Located in Cambridge's Central Square, Asmara is a good bet for diners seeking an introduction to Ethiopian cuisine. Communal tables lend a casual air to the hands-on dining experience in which injera, a spongy Ethiopian flatbread, replaces traditional American utensils. Dishes include an interesting assortment of marinated beef, chicken, lamb and vegetables. A children's menu tones down the exotic flavors. A great buffet lunch is offered too. The restaurant also serves beer and wine.