The Neighborhood Restaurant-The Borges family has been making breakfast and lunch for longer than most of the Tufts University students it serves have been alive. You'll find Portuguese favorites like linguica and cod cakes alongside traditional diner food, served in ridiculously affordable portions.
City Girl Cafe-I love this place! City Girl is a small space filled with Bohemian charm. The food is impeccably fresh, and it is virtually impossible to choose a dish that is anything short of sumptuous.
Cafe Luna is, indeed, a brunch mecca. I am still reminiscent of the Lobster Eggs Benedict; rich egg yolks soak chunks of succulent lobster and thick, crusty English muffins - divine. Don't be surprised to order a table-full; the goodies at the next table may be too tempting to resist!
As of a couple months ago, my prayers have been answered! Enter 3 Little Figs, a cafe full of tasty Greek-inspired baked goods, sandwiches, and everything else I could ever want from my neighborhood casual eatery. After two visits, I already felt like a regular. Now it’s a struggle not to go every day.
Amsterdam Falafelshop-it’s fast, healthy and packed with flavor. Amsterdam Falafel Shop is a new restaurant chain that currently boasts a pair of locations, one in Somerville and one in Washington D.C.’s trendy Adams Morgan neighborhood. The style here is a little different than your standard falafel shop, though. The fried chickpea patties are done to perfection, piping hot and flavorful inside a fresh, fluffy pita bread
Sofra Bakery and Cafe-the Mocha next to it was wonderful as well. There are so many more treasures I need to go back and try, namely the chocolate hazlenut baklavah and everything from their delicious looking Mezze bar…
The Plough & Stars-Aside from the dinner menu listed here, Chefs prepare several daily specials using the freshest seafood, produce, and meats from local vendors. They also offer weekly seasonal dessert specials