Tatte, the bakery and cafe that opened in the Harvard Square location previously occupied by Panera, prepares for the thousands of visitors that will be at the Harvard-Yale game this weekend. “We’re likely going to learn a lot and come up with some local ideas for next year,” said Tzurit Or, owner of Tatte.
The Cambridge City Council passed three resolutions aimed at preserving the character of Harvard Square, including a proposed meeting with the University and other local stakeholders.
With lines for Tatte Bakery and Cafe stretching out the door, students will now have another option for getting their coffee and croissants in Harvard Square.
Students now have more options in Harvard Square to spend their recently acquired $75 of Crimson Cash with the addition of b.good and Oggi Gourmet to the program.
The restaurant opened its doors at 8 Holyoke St. on Oct. 6. The venue was previously the home of Sandrine’s, a French bistro, until that restaurant closed its doors last March after 18 years in the Square.
Some Harvard students are sizzling from excitement with the return of popular healthy fast food restaurant b.good to a new location in Harvard Square, following a six-month hiatus.