In a city where winter drags on like the Oscar’s, it’s important to remember to at least try to get outside between December and April, lest you forget what the sky looks like. You can do that at Daedalus on Mt. Auburn, which has a heated rooftop that stays open year-round (technically speaking, there will be a roof over your head in the winter, but it’ll feel like you’re outside). Of course in the summer, you don’t need to remember what being outside is like, you just need to embrace it. And with picnic tables, planters, cocktails, and a bar menu that kicks things up with things like butternut squash gnocchi, you’ll be able to do just that here.
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