A very good spot to get thin crust Neapolitan pizza. The toppings are first-rate and very fresh - veggies, cheeses, seafood and meat. The salads are okay but pre-prepared. Do not plan to spend much time in the cramped (but stylish) quarters.
PROS: the food, the speed
CONS: not comfortable for more than a few moments and a bite
Charcoal grilled flat bread pizzza at its best. The dough (or crust if you prefer) is so good they take the cut-offs and bake them into spicy bread sticks (which are available by the glass-full at the bar and on the table). Also served are excellent Salads. Dessert is Toscanini's tiramisu ice cream. Beer and wine are served.
PROS: Atmosphere, wait staff, and the food
CONS: Parking is hard to find in Harvard Square
Better than average specialty pizzas, including 5-cheese white pizza and buffalo chicken with bleu cheese. The regular pizzas are average. $5 special price for a regular pizza if you pick it up yourself.
An excellent eat in/take out corner spot. All the food is good but the Avgolemono Soup, the Moussaka, the Greek Fries (with grated cheese, oregano and lemon juice) and the Special Gyro are especially fine. Beer and wine are served. Catering is available; it is reliable and reasonably priced.
A Cambridge institution, honored for its donuts and its role as a meeting spot. Attracts politicians looking for honest voters, businesses looking to supply a special meeting treat, locals looking for conversation and customers who come from afar for the donuts. Especilly good are the chocolate glazed. Next door is Verna's Cake Decorations, for all your baking presentation needs.