Find out what Mexican restaurants to try in Cambridge. Home to two of America's most prestigious universities, Cambridge exudes a certain intellectual quirkiness. A mix of historical haunts, student hang-outs, alternative art and culture venues, vintage clothing shops, bookstores and ethnic restaurants, the city is, well, really cool. Although it is located just across the Charles River from Boston, Cambridge has a distinct vibe that is noticeable immediately. Start at Harvard Square, a hub of activity and mishmash of trendy stores, outdoor cafes and colorful local characters. Pick up a walking tour map at the visitors information booth in the center of the Square. The route will take you past many important landmarks including the Mount Auburn Cemetery, Tory Row and the Longfellow National Historic Site. Harvard University offers student-led tours through the illustrious buildings and monuments of its sprawling campus. Art and architecture buffs should meander around the M.I.T campus, which includes outdoor sculptures by masters such as Picasso and 20th-century buildings designed by modern greats like Eero Saarinen and I. M. Pei. Along the way, browse through bookstores, stop to watch street performers and grab a coffee at an outdoor café to take in all this captivating city has to offer.
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4 based on 897 reviews
I like to come here for drinks with friends; the food is good, but not exceptional. It has a lively, fun vibe and if you're not looking for fine Mexican cuisine, you will not be disappointed.
4 based on 200 reviews
We stopped by here occasionally when in Harvard Square. Itâs a nice chill dine in or take out Mexican restaurant with limited basic choices. Ordered the two (decent)soft tacos for $4.50 and like every time in the past when you get to the register the cost is much higher.. so basically if you get anything on it that it doesnât come with you pay extra ... i.e. guacamole $1extra really!
4 based on 191 reviews
The Painted Burro features an exciting seasonal menu that highlights the diverse cuisines of Latin America. From our wonderfully flavored moles to our selection of grilled meats and fish to our extensive list of over 100 craft tequilas the goal at The Pai
This is an attractive restaurant with a professional and charming waitstaff. There is a good selection of craft and imported beers. Those are the highlights. The food unfortunately massively disappoints. From the overly sweet and insipid pico de gallo served with chips, to fish tacos that not only lack any flavor but seem like deep-fried fish sticks to tough, flavorless meat, our meal was lackluster. What tipped it to truly awful were the margaritas, which are weak, liquid candy and an appetizer that was some sort of pancake and a soggy mess, that would be better (though still terrible) at IHOP. Itâs hard to see how this place thrives: there are far better Mexican restaurants in Cambridge/Somerville and this is a local population who appreciates well prepared, authentic foods.
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