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Russell House Tavern

14 JFK Street
Cambridge, MA 02138

Russell House Tavern restaurant information
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Located in a renovated historic building (which once housed the Wurthaus) in the heart of Harvard Square, Russell House Tavern takes the neighborhood's tavern experience to the next level with seasonally-inspired, classic dishes from New England and beyond.

Like sister restaurants and longtime Cambridge favorites, Grafton Street and Temple Bar, Russell House complements their culinary offerings with an array of carefully plotted potables - craft beers, an all-American wine list and a carefully-curated selection of handcrafted cocktails.

The two tiered dining room, with six varied social areas, provides a comfortable atmosphere for every occasion - from casual lunch breaks to after-work cocktails, private functions and everything in-between.


News and Events at Russell House Tavern restaurant

A Mezcal-y Dia de Los Muertos
Scratch your standard Halloween festivities and join Russell House Tavern and Del Maguey Mezcal for a Dia de Los Muertos ...

Tenth Annual Flavors of Fall
Mark your calendars: Flavors of Fall will be returning to the Regattabar on Monday, November 11th – for the tenth time!

51 Lincoln Raises the Bar
Shaking up their cocktail program, 51 Lincoln names Ginny Edwards as new Bar Chef.


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