Food and Drink
The Foodbetter Harvard Initiative held a cornucopia of events last week, ranging from panels with celebrity chefs to a sustainability and innovation fair, intended to promote conversations about healthy and sustainable food choices on campus.
Events on campus may offer more food from now on, thanks to a new Undergraduate Council policy.
While John Harvard’s life was about as glamorous as his statue’s left foot, he has certainly managed to leave his mark. His most obvious legacy is a small college in Boston (well, not in Boston, near Boston), but some of his influences are a little more subtle. Among them is the Cambridge Queen’s Head Pub.
Cassie C. Wang ’17, Evan Hahn ’17, and Charlotte J. Solmssen ’17 enjoy a meal at Harvard Square’s b.good location before it shut it doors for good on Tuesday after more than 10 years of operation. The restaurant is looking for a new location in the Square to reopen after it was forced to close the Dunster Street location because of renovations to the Smith Campus Center.
Nestled on the corner of Massachusetts Avenue and Lee St., People’s Republik, a Russian Communist-themed bar, has a startling exterior. Blood-red walls are streaked with lines of yellow and black, and they serve as canvases for huge murals.