Popular and bustling hotspot in Boston: Alden & Harlow
Are you in Boston for a few days? Don’t forget to checkout Cambridge. Anne and I were jumping in the air to go visit Harvard University and surrounding hotspots. We got back home with a full list of tips! In Harvard Square neighbourhood we found Alden & Harlow. A very popular and bustling restaurant where we sat down for dinner.
Also our evening it’s super busy at Alden & Harlow in Boston. We’re drinking our wines at the bar and spend some time chatting to locals. Finally, when the hunger is almost killing us- a table is ready for us to have dinner. But we have to say, it was worth the waiting! The menu exists of all sorts of small bites to share and they taste really really good!
It’s not only the quality which is super; it’s also the combinations of food which are surprising. An example of what we ordered: broccoli with pumpkin hummus and cashews, beef carpaccio with fried clams and grilled mackerel with turnip mash and sour green tomatoes. Doesn’t that sound great?
Alden & Harlow is known to be a perfect brunch spot. So if you are going during the day or at nighttime… either way you have to go!
Tip: Are you in Boston for a few days? Then do a culinary tour to check out the best restaurant hotspots! In our list of favourite restaurants are: Myers & Chang, B&G Oysters, Row34, Alden & Harlow and Loco.
Plan your city trip to Boston:
>> This is how you get there!
– WOW air flies to Boston (via Reykjavik) from € 196,79
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>> This is where you stay!
– Spend the night at boutique hotel XV Beacon in the city centre of Boston!
– Or book a room at the top floor of Nine Zero hotel – also in the city centre – for a beautiful view over de city.
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