Here at Geek Offices coworking, we couldn’t help but notice the Boston Globe has dedicated a significant amount of ink in recent weeks to extolling a wide variety of best restaurants, bars and spas here in our Inman Square–East Cambridge neighborhood.
Topping the list of paper’s recent “30 great dates in Boston and beyond,” for example, are Inman Oasis, a “down-to-earth Cambridge spa” and Moona, which the paper recommends for its craft cocktails and mezza plates.
Purveyor of Southern soul food, Tupelo, comes in close behind on the great dates list at #4. While not technically a place to go, Puritan Trading Company rounds out the list with delivery options including marinated salmon crudo, spicy white clam garlic toast, and scallop and linguica dumplings that do seem downright date worthy.
2018’s best new restaurants list included Momi Nonmi a Japanese-style gastropub a hop, skip and a jump from our front door while nearby restaurant Lone Star Taco Bar made it to the quarterfinals in the paper’s annual, reader-driven Munch Madness.
In short, it seems every article about best places in Boston includes at least one restaurant, bar, or other venue from our neighborhood. And the recent articles don’t even mention local favorites including 1369, All Star Sandwich Bar, Clover, Atwoods, Oleana, Bom Cafe and new additions Wits End and Silk Road.