It looks like a restaurant in Cambridge that was known in part for its beer selection has called it a day.
According to a poster on the Friends of Boston's Hidden Restaurants Facebook group page, Tory Row in Harvard Square is now closed, with a note out front saying "Thank you for the memories." It appears that the Brattle Street spot shut down sometime over the weekend, as the poster says it was open as of Friday; phone calls placed to the eatery this afternoon go over to voicemail, while the website gives no indication as to its closure.
Tory Row first opened in April of 2009, taking over the space where the Greenhouse Cafe had once been. The restaurant featured mostly Euro-American fare, with the focus being on soups, salads, and sandwiches, while it also offered a variety of wines and beers, including a number of local brews.
The address for Tory Row was 3 Brattle Street, Cambridge, MA, 02138.
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