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Friendly Toast, The

617-621-1200  •  $
ADDRESS: 1 Kendall Square, Cambridge, MA 02139

CUISINE: Breakfast, Diner, Late-Night Dining, Sandwiches, Burritos

FEATURES: Full Bar, Handicap Access, Kid Friendly, Smoke Free, Vegetarian Friendly, Patio Seating

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From Sheryl Julian, The Boston Globe, Dec. 23, 2009:"A good formula begets a good formula. Melissa and Robert Jasper's original Friendly Toast, located in Portsmouth, N.H., now has an outpost in Kendall Square, Cambridge. Outfitted like a diner, the retro decor in the 150-seat spot is decorated with wall-to-wall kitsch from your grandmother's attic and old advertisements from the days when they knew how to make them. ... Customers wait an average of one hour on weekends for breakfasts."Kids menu. Full bar. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner daily. Late-night Fri-Sat."If you're staring down a day of headaches and hazy memories, the last thing you need is a chirpy waiter hawking bellinis at a see-and-be-seen brunch spot. Instead, head to Kendall Square's breakfast-centric Friendly Toast and fill up on stomach-settling home fries and killer breakfast sammies."- Boston magazine

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From Sheryl Julian, The Boston Globe, Dec. 23, 2009:
"A good formula begets a good formula. Melissa and Robert Jasper's original Friendly Toast, located in Portsmouth, N.H., now has an outpost in Kendall Square, Cambridge. Outfitted like a diner, the retro decor in the 150-seat spot is decorated with wall-to-wall kitsch from your grandmother's attic and old advertisements from the days when they knew how to make them. ... Customers wait an average of one hour on weekends for breakfasts."

Kids menu. Full bar. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner daily. Late-night Fri-Sat.

"If you're staring down a day of headaches and hazy memories, the last thing you need is a chirpy waiter hawking bellinis at a see-and-be-seen brunch spot. Instead, head to Kendall Square's breakfast-centric Friendly Toast and fill up on stomach-settling home fries and killer breakfast sammies."
- Boston magazine

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