Still a bit shabby. OK if you are a student. And there are some good small restaurants near (but not in) the Square. But there is no reason for anyone to come here who is not visiting a friend -- just pass on through on...更多
My family and I enjoyed our evenings near here on our recent trip. There are a ton of diverse and interesting restaurants, some featuring live music. It was a high point of our time in Cambridge to be able to enjoy the culinary scene here....更多
Exited the Central Subway stop for a business meeting, and with 2 hours to kill, was pleasantly surprised by the neighborhood. Two wonderful art stores, a few nice coffee shops, wonderful selection of restaurants, a quirky thrift store (Boomerangs), two lovely bookshops, and dozens of...更多
Central Square has it all. Within just a few blocks, one can find all of life's necessities as well as some things that make life worth living. Perhaps the strongest points are the excellent and diverse dining options. Some that quickly jump to mind are...更多
We thought a walk from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology campus to Harvard University would be fun... not so much! And at the very halfway point (Central Square) was the worst. If you want to find Cambridge's most dangerous place, here it is. Police everywhere,...更多
You would see some decent shopping options around the square, a nearby station for easy connectivity, some homeless people around which you might not like. Few small shops offering souvenirs and tshirts with Harvard or boston written on them and stuff which is likewise.