People tend to check in during these times:
This place is open 24 hours. Plus they have a fork dispenser.
Deli sandwiches 24 hours a day... A rare offering in Boston
take a bite of a leg of prosciutto. then get mozzarella, basil, pesto, tomato, and prosciutto. YUM.
Try the Isaa Newton sandwich special: turkey, apples, and cranberry sauce on rye. Awesome.
The pesto chicken, tomato, fresh mozzarella panini is my go-to, with the Kappa Wrap a close second. Tony & Rigo hook it up.
Unfortunately expensive, always delicious
Garlic mashed potatoes with carrots and peas are fucking outstanding. The corn and potato slices are the same. A great place to pick up pre-prepared food on the run. A++ for real.
They have some tasty prepared foods to either eat there, or to go.
Vegetarians beware: the veggie and tofu dishes on the hot bar are made with oyster sauce. Eek!
Yummy and unique products but SO overpriced and a very random selection (ie ten types of honey but no peanut butter)
Way over-priced. If you want a sub good luck with that, they often will refuse your order. Cheaper sandwiches at Dunkin Donuts across the street.
TOO EXPENSIVE! But sometimes the only thing open...
Good selection of food a little pricey but not bad
Open 24 hours, which is nice, but Christ they're expensive.
Great breakfast sandwiches at a very reasonable price.
Good food a bit pricey, but it's open 24h and they are always refilling, so it's worth having it on top of mind.
I went to the salad bar ($7.95/lb) and my salad was $30... The containers are Whole Foods salad bar size and that is usually $10 or so for me. Something is off here.
In addition to the hot food bar up front, there is a small salad bar in the back. Ask the deli guys for help.
Saturday lunch is packed but always has tiki masala and curried chicken salad. When it's 20 degrees in Harvard Square this is the place for global comfort food. Be assertive about seats....