The real estate deal could fetch more than $100 million and reshape the face of Harvard Square.
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Picture this: It’s 12:40 p.m. on a Tuesday, you have a class approaching fast at 1, and the dining hall just won’t cut it today. In fact, you have a very specific craving in your bones: burrito fever. But which store deserves your service? Luckily, FM is here to do your dirty work for you.
Students returning to Harvard Square this week will encounter an altered dining scene as new restaurants have replaced several establishments shuttered in the past month.
A street performer stands in front of the vacant Brattle St. building that will hold the relocated Felipe's Taqueria, set to open in February 2014. Felipe's will move from its long-time location in the Garage to the space formerly occupied by Bertucci's, the Harvard Square Italian eatery that closed in August.