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April 27, 2017

Restaurant Review: The Glass House

It’s been awhile! I have been meaning to post this review for some time now; time gets away from me, but nothing like an inspiring #girlboss to motivate you!

While on the #girlboss subject, I had been wanting to meet Boston Blogger queen Style-Wire, and earlier this year, I had the privilege of grabbing lunch with her at Kendall Square spot, The Glass House. I feel like I never explore Cambridge, especially Kendall Square, enough; there are so many hidden eateries and cafes.

Glass House’s modern spot reminded me of the New York’s The Smith, but with an open concept (hence the name, “Glass House”). The windows are perfect for people watching, as Elissa pointed out in her review.

The restaurant opened in November 2016, and boasts a plethora of American cuisine. Elissa and I  started out our meal with the Smoked Bluefish Pâté, as well as the Cheese and Charcuterie (my latest food obsession). For my meal, I was leaning towards the Kale Caesar, but made a last minute decision and treated myself to the Fussili & Pesto instead (#treatyoself). Elissa got the New England Lobster Roll, which looked amazing.

Glass House offers a great atmosphere, drinks and a menu where anyone can find something delicious. In addition to lunch and dinner, Glass House also offers brunch. On my list to try on my next visit is the Kale Caesar and Lobster Roll (from the lunch menu). If you’re looking for Cinco de Mayo plans, Glass House will be offering special food items, as well as live mariachi music from 5-6 PM.

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