Tory Row Review
A clean, minimalist vibe defines this casual eatery on Harvard Square. Three long black tables surrounded by brushed aluminum bar stools are set at the center of the dining room, encouraging side-by-side seating with strangers; about 10 tables run alongside two walls for the less gregarious. Breakfast and brunch items include steak-and-egg tacos, French toast, and Greek yogurt with fruit; order a mimosa or sangria for a refreshing kick. For lunch and dinner some tasty sandwiches are served, such as turkey meatloaf topped with smoked bacon and served on artisan bread, while baked rigatoni and grilled salmon whet larger appetites. There's a smallish yet varied wine list and craft beer on tap. Service is low-key yet friendly and attentive.