While not a seafood restaurant in the traditional sense, there’s no better place to enjoy a classic pub dish like fish and chips than this neighborhood Irish pub. And just to be clear, this is a genuine Irish pub, not the fake kind with shamrocks and leprechauns.
It’s got a comfy, welcoming vibe that plenty of other spots just can’t compete with, and it’s one of the best places to hang out after work.
It’s found in the heart of Cambridge’s Inman Square, and social events here include traditional Irish music, DJs and trivia night. Did we mention the best Guinness pour in the Northeast?
A pub grub style menu has all the classics, too – fish chowder, Druid Chips, a house-made Druid Burger, signature Druid Beef Stew, and a Druid Platter (lamb kebobs, chicken tenders and Irish sausage). Plenty of craft and domestic beer is available at The Druid, so fear not if Irish stouts aren’t your go-to libation.
Only $5 cover charge on Saturday night. They do a delicious shepherd’s pie.