What To Eat at Tory Row, Now Open in Harvard Square

Tory Row is now serving up European-influenced fare in the old Greenhouse space in the heart of Harvard Square. The restaurant has a mighty fine pedigree - it springs from the brains of Matthew Curtis and Chris Lutes, the folks behind Miracle of Science, Audubon Circle, Middlesex Lounge, and Cambridge 1. Fans of Curtis and Lutes’ burger-heavy restaurants can rejoice, since there’s a “loaded cheeseburger” on the menu at Tory Row, but that’s by no means the end of the offerings. After the jump, the full menu.

tomato, parmesan, basil flatbread 9
bacon, white cheddar, spinach flatbread 10

baked raclette, house-pickled shallots 9
lobster salad plate 24

spanish black bean soup 7

chopped salad, chevre, bacon 11
fresh mozzarella, seasonal vegetables 10
confit duck salad 13

croque monsieur, mixed greens 10
grilled chicken sandwich, mixed greens 9
loaded cheeseburger, potato rosti 10
tory row veggie burger, mixed greens 9

baked pasta with tomato, four cheeses 14
local littlenecks, white wine, garlic 11
tory row chicken pot pie 11
baked cod, leeks 21
sirloin steak, shitake glaze 24

tory row potato rosti 4
mixed greens, sherry vinaigrette 4
roasted asparagus, parmesan 4
baguette, hummus 4


What To Eat at Tory Row, Now Open in Harvard Square