Yet another Harvard Square restaurant has shut down, this time leaving a vacancy on Brattle Street. Tory Row closed its doors and left a message for customers saying "thank you for the memories," according to Boston Restaurant Talk.
The restaurant, located at 3 Brattle St. across from the square’s iconic news stand, had been in business since 2009, serving a selection of shareable plates, sandwiches and burgers, flatbreads, salads, soups, and more. Tory Row also had a long list of local beers, in addition to wine and cocktails.
This is the latest in a string of closures for Harvard Square. The long-running Cafe Algiers shut down last week, both Fire + Ice and Uno left the square in September, and a number of restaurants closed earlier in the year due to construction on Harvard’s campus center. Yet there has also been an influx of new eateries to the area: A new location of Flour Bakery opens today, and other recent additions include En Boca, Waypoint, and Tatte Bakery and Cafe, among others.