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Lobster rolls were one of many Boston comfort foods sold at the Head of the Charles.
Ahh, autumn. Best season of the year. The leaves are changing, the weather is crisp and cool, and - most importantly the Pumpkin Spice Latte is back. The perfect accessory for instagramming in the yard, taking a weekend apple picking excursion, or just running late to your Ec10 section, the PSL is a fall staple.
The Barker Center’s Rotunda Cafe reopened this semester with food from Hi-Rise Bread Company and Counter Culture Coffee.
Food vendors at the Head of the Charles sold everything from clam chowder in a bread bowl to burgers.
Got $10.75 and a craving for a farro and feta chopped salad?
Thursday evening's meal brought together locally-grown foods in an effort to celebrate Harvard’s efforts at sustainability.
When I, like God, saw Franzia, I said, “Yea, it is affordable and of bad quality; therefore it is good.”
Passerby and shoppers enjoy the weekly Farmer's Market, which was open Tuesday afternoon in the Science Center plaza. The market offered a vast array of fresh, organic products.
Since you can’t always satisfy your apple cider fix in the dhall, we shopped around the Square and came up with this list of our favorite cider spots for you to try.
The cafe’s opening marks the implementation of a long-delayed plan to make the location a point of intersection for arts and humanities on campus.