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Charlie's Kitchen

10 Eliot St, Cambridge, MA
617.492.9646   |  website
  • Neighborhood: Cambridge
  • Directions: Red Line to Harvard Square at Winthrop Street
  • Hours: Open daily at 11 am, until 1 am Mon-Wed and Sun, 2 am Thurs-Sat
Along with burgers and lobster rolls, this Cambridge institution of a bar serves up an atmosphere right out of the 1950s. Stay downstairs for the booths and lively waitstaff, or head upstairs for the punk-and-indie-stocked jukeboxes. Reservations available and recommended on nice weekend nights. Check out the beer garden next door and keep an eye out for all kinds of interesting characters.
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