Where Do Harvard Students Relax?

Find out where the elite students gather!

Harvard University is arguably the most esteemed establishment of higher learning in the United States, but it isn’t all stress, schoolbooks and studying. In fact, the area of Cambridge, Massachusetts surrounding Harvard University is packed with a plethora of bars, clubs, and restaurants where students at one of the world’s most elite universities can unwind.

Popular Bars near Harvard University

Harvard Square is legendary among Harvard students. One of the most popular bars in Harvard Square is the Aeronaut Brewing Company. This bar has a classy yet laid-back scene and offers a variety of homemade, local and international beers.

The Cambridge Queen’s Head is the destination of choice for students on a budget. This pub serves everything from draught beer to high-end cocktails and everything is reasonably priced.

Shays Pub & Wine bar offers an extensive selection of beers and wines, and they also serve food. Students love this bar because of its relaxing atmosphere and outdoor patio.

Clubs in Cambridge, MA

The “Hong Kong” chain has a couple of clubs in the area. In addition to serving authentic Chinese food these locations also host dance parties on the weekends.

Club Latinos is a popular salsa/bachata/merengue club that students love to frequent. It’s easy to meet people and learn new dances any day of the week.

Dance Friday is used by new and emerging talents to show off their skills. Whether you want to put on a talent show, host a concert or just dance this is the place for you.

Student-Frequented Restaurants

Dali is a restaurant and tapas bar that is posh and usually has a waiting list, but students willing to wait are rewarded with delicious food and a classy atmosphere.

Adlen & Harlow serves American style food, and they also offer breakfast and lunch. You can find Harvard students here preparing for tests or unwinding after class at almost any hour of the day.

Conclusion

Are you considering attending Harvard University? Are you already a student and want to know where you can go to unwind or make friends? Are you going to be in the Cambridge area and want to see how students live when they aren’t in class? Whatever the case may be, we hope you found this article helpful. Veritas!

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Daniel Wallace’s 3 Must Visit Hot Spots in Harvard Sqaure

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Harvard Square is the perfect place to get away a while and if you find yourself wandering around looking for things to do… don’t want any more time on the bench. Walk to one of these delightful late-night hot spots that will quickly become a go-to you want to visit time and time over…

The Comedy Studio

Need a good laugh or just a break from the ordinary? You will have no ordinary time here at The Comedy Studio on Harvard Square. Come laugh with a rotation of local comedians, have a drink and bring a friend. This place is the cure for the common weekend and you’ll be glad that you came.

Charlie’s Kitchen

While this joint is usually crowded, it is because the waffle fries are crazy-good, the atmosphere is amazing and the karaoke is usually lit. Everyone in Boston knows it is one of the most reliably delicious late night dives around. You’ll basically find a little bit of everything here but what you will not find is tourists. Instead, you will find in-the-know locals who frequent this hot spot and know what they want the second they come in the door. So, while you will have to wait here on most days – if you have the time, Charlie’s has the good times to share.

Scullers Jazz Club

Looking for a night of great music and local talent? You will find them both here in spades. Intimate and trendy, Scullers Jazz Club is an institution that music lovers cannot afford to miss out on. For a live music lounge, the prices are also pretty lax and make for a great option for weeks when your budget has taken a hit.

Whether you are just finishing up your first Harvard study session or just in the area for business, you are sure to have a great night out if you hit up the square. There is no shortage of things to do and with so much eclectic charm… you will almost certainly be back for more next time you need to kill a little time on a hot summer night.

Sleep Suite: 3 Harvard-Bound Hotels You Won’t Want To Miss

 

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Whether you need to get away from your dorm room or are here to relive the old stomping ground of your alma matter, these 3 Harvard-bound hotels are the perfect place to rest your head and catch a few winks. However, with hotels that are this lovely – sleeping might be the last thing on your agenda. Instead, take in all the beauty and wonder around you with one these local favorites that are sure to please…

Irving House at Harvard

With plenty of old world charm and handfuls of whimsy, the Irving House at Harvard is a quaint little guest house with a whole lot of heart. With free daily breakfast, on-site library and cozy accommodations, if you are in town to visit the university or just here on a staycation, this hometown favorite will charm its way right on to your list of favorite places to hang your hat.

Mary Prentiss Inn

Historic appeal meets modern comfort at the Mary Prentiss Inn that is just moments away from Cambridge. While you are here, you will also get a free cooked-to-order breakfast that will help you wake up ready for a day full of shopping at the nearby shops. If you are looking for an experience that combines new and old… the Mary Prentiss Inn has it all in spades.

Hotel Veritas

Luxury – check. iPod station – check. Everything else you never knew you wanted but always needed – check and check. Hungry at 2 a.m.? Call the concierge. Just down the street, you’ll have access to the American Repertory Theater that is only one mile away. With a truly captivating interior and a pampered experience, you will not be ready to go back home when your trip comes to a close.

From historically significant inns to luxury hotels, there is no shortage of amazing places to stay for the night in Harvard Square. There is not many ways to go wrong and sometimes the best way to find the best place for you… is just to take a risk and book the room. It just might be the best place you ever stayed.