HISTORY OF GREEN STREET
Located between Harvard and M.I.T. in the heart of Central Square, Green Street has been serving its neighbors since the Great Depression. In fact, Green Street is the home of the city's longest standing liquor license.
Green Street has remained a neighborhood fixture through the years. Reopened in 2006, Green Street has kept its neighborhood feel. But don't be deceived. There's nothing ordinary about it. With its award-winning A to Z cocktail menu, meticulously selected wines, and host of small craft beers, Green Street has gained both local and national notice as a place to imbibe.
Featuring a seasonal, local-based menu, Green Street is a place for all occasions and all size parties. Whether you want a fine dining experience in the upstairs dining room or a beer and a burger at the bar, you will find yourself right at home at Green Street.
With access to the Central Square T stop, and the Green Street Parking Garage right next door, Green Street is easy to get to…. but hard to leave.