Windows were displayed nicely with several places to have a light meal or a drink. Had a nice atmosphere to it.
I enjoy Davis Square. It is clean and safe and there is always something you can do. Their restaurants vary from fast food chains to casual dining. There are also a few shops to pop into.
People love it there especially the younger generation 30-40. There are a lot of places to eat, a movie theater, Johnny D's with great entertainment. I live in Somerville right up the street from Davis Square. There is something for everyone. A pizza place with a bowling alley inside, ice cream shop, starbucks, and bars.
Davis square is a fun place to be. Lots of restaurants and shops. You see people from all walks of life. Very Live and energetic. I have noticed that Boston has lots of areas called squares that people gather and mingle. Highly recommend Davis Square.
Davis Sq. is the best place to live and play in all of the greater Boston area. Tasty. Fun. Cool places to explore. A mix of weird, old, new, classy and tacky. Best coffee shops. A great movie theater with beer and ice cream and really bad art. Families and college kids and hipsters and artists and professionals. Honk and... More
Lots of funky little nooks and crannies, fun restaurants, pubs and bars, if you are bored in Boston area you can always find something to do,eat and drink. Just minutes from Boston, near Tufts and Cambridge. Safe and pretty clean, parking not too bad. During day they have public parking with pay parking not too much of a hassle, you... More
I am a local so Davis Square is where I go for most everything when it comes to entertainment. There are countless restaurants, cafes, bars, theater, a gym, pharmacy. Its considered Tufts students local square but as a resident of the neighborhood it is where everyone congregates. There is a good independent vibe despite many local and national chains. It... More
Before Harvard Square was inundated by the Gap, Anthropologie, and GNC...it was cool. hip. quirky. Basically, it looked much like Davis Square looks today. Davis Square has a Starbucks and Chipolte (yes) but it also has that wonderful melting-pot quality (i.e.: a pawn shop, a meat outlet, a Dollar Store, and various other 100-year-old store fronts that are dusty and... More
Yeah, yeah, yeah. No doubt this place is hip and would be a great place to live. The few reviews below are all valid, but I think the question is where to go as a tourist, and I think Harvard Square still has the edge. Harvard, the Coop and other boorkstores, and the vibe cut toward that being the better... More
Davis Square, Somerville, is where three main roads come together (Elm, Highland-- which becomes Holland St.-- and College Ave), just parallel to Mass Ave (in north Cambridge). Its subway station (Red Line) is located right at this intersection, and you can exit at College Ave (where Highland Ave ends) or at Holland St. (steps away from the Somerville Theater). The... More
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