Published on March 2, 2016

4 Kendall Square Restaurants Bostonians Love

Looking to try a new restaurant near Kendall Square? Here's a list of Kendall Square Restaurants restaurants locals and critics love.

4 Kendall Square Restaurants Bostonians Love

1. StudyStudyStudy is a modern New American Cambridge restaurant, offering structured and a la carte menus that change daily, comprised of dishes made from locally sourced ingredients. Bartenders from Study's sister restaurant, Ames Street Deli, craft the restaurant's cocktails, and the beverage program features a wine list with organic and biodynamic choices, in addition to flights of vermouths and sherries. The modern space features soaring ceilings and artful decor.

2. Commonwealth

CommonwealthCommonwealth is an unpretentious market and eatery that dishes out locally sourced American fare in a family-style atmosphere. The Kendall Square restaurant evolves seasonally by employing local ingredients and uses New England cheeses and farm-fresh eggs and dairy to support a philosophy of honest dining. Formerly at Fenway Park, Chef/Owner Nookie Postal serves up house-made specialties in a relaxed, unique setting — a dining room adorned with Belgian school chairs and raw wood walls.

3. Catalyst

CatalystAt Catalyst, Chef/Owner William Kovel serves up locally grown, organic New American fare. In addition to lunch and dinner service, the restaurant offers delectable desserts, creative cocktails and a brunch menu with classic, inventive and globally inspired dishes. At any time of the year, diners can take in the beautiful Cambridge scenery from the comfort of the covered and heated patio or the bright, airy atrium dining room -- which features hand-blown glass light fixtures, a two-way fireplace and 30-foot floor-to-ceiling windows.

4. Cafe ArtScience

Cafe ArtScienceIn an airy, white space in the heart of Kendall Square, Café ArtScience dishes out innovative and elegant French-American cuisine and cocktails. Chef Patrick Campbell, who honed his culinary skills at some of Boston's most notable restaurants, prepares the menu using experimental techniques. The sleek, inviting restaurant is inspired by Founder David Edward's Le Laboratoire, a Paris innovation center dedicated to merging food and art-focused science.

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