Contrary to the name, there are actually six or seven tables in this French-ish prix-fixe spot in Cambridge. Regardless, you should sit at the chef’s counter, where you get what looks to be a choreographed cooking show each night put on by the three chefs that run the whole place. On recent visits, we loved the homemade garganelli with clams, but you should check the menu every month to see what’s new
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Alden & Harlow
Alden & Harlow in Harvard Square serves good, not great American small plates in a fun underground space with excellent cocktails.
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The Red House is a farm-to-table-ish restaurant inside of a 200-year-old house.
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