Intricate lanterns, copper urns, swatches of Arabic calligraphy… if it weren't for the sweatshirted students monopolising the octagonal wooden tables, nose-deep in textbooks, you could easily forget you were in Harvard Square. The menu's Middle Eastern basics, supplemented by omelettes and sandwiches, are fine for study breaks, but it's the beverages that really suit the setting, particularly the house mint tea and coffee.
|Venue name:||Café Algiers||Contact:|
40 Brattle Street
at Church Street
|Opening hours:||Open 8am-11pm daily.|
|Price:||Main courses $10-$20.|