Easter and Passover in Harvard Square

Alden & Harlow

If your tails are wagging for tasty treats, Alden & Harlow has some egg-cellent Easter brunch specials. From a bellini-style cocktail made with France’s Giffard’s Peach Marmalade syrup to a soft poached egg from Feather Brook Farm, a family-owned farm in Southeastern Massachusetts, Alden & Harlow’s brunch is sure to delight this Easter Sunday.

Three Day Weekend – 16
Corn Mezcal, Reposado Tequila, Demerara, Creme de Cacao, Salt Smoked Bitters
Telling Tales – 14 
Giffard Peach Marmalade, Campari Tales, Topped with Sparkling Rosé Cava

Smoked Ora King Salmon Toast – 24
Dill Pickled Rhubarb, Shaved Benton’s Ham, Bernaise
Soft Poached Feather Brooks Farm Egg – 19
Asparagus & Spring Mushrooms, Sweet Pea Gravy, Anson Mills Grits

Warm Citrus & Ricotta Pie – 11
Blood Orange & Cardamom Syrup, Pistachios

Sunday, April 17, 2022 – 10:30a to 2:30p RESERVATIONS: Alden & Harlow

Alden & Harlow, 40 Brattle Street, (617) 864-2100

Boathouse 400 at DoubleTree Suites by Hilton

Boathouse 400 at DoubleTree Suites by Hilton, 400 Soldiers Field Road, (617) 783-0090

Flour Bakery + Cafe

Celebrate with Easter sweets + Passover-friendly treats from Flour!

Please view all ingredients for our Easter offerings here.

Pre-Order for pick-up on Fri 4/15 – Sun 4/17. Pre-Orders close at 4pm on Weds 4/13

Order by 12pm on Mon 4/11 for delivery by Sun 4/17

Flour Bakery + Cafe, 114 Mt. Auburn Street, (617) 714-3205

Harvard Museum of Natural History

“Fantastic Beasts” scavenger hunt.


Handout: With its big eyes and long snout, the Niffler may look adorable, but watch out for your coins and jewelry! Equipped with an expandable pouch, these crafty thieves will steal anything shiny! Find a real animal that looks a lot like a Niffler. 

Harvard Museum of Natural History – 3rd Floor – Great Mammal Hall 


The echidna is an intriguing animal that is part of a very ancient group of mammals, called monotremes. Unlike other mammals, monotremes lay eggs! Just like a Niffler, echidnas have a pouch on their belly, but they use it to carry their babies, not shiny treasures. Would you want to have a pouch? Why or why not?
Harvard Museum of Natural History, 26 Oxford Street, (617) 495-3045


Easter brunch buffet, from 11:30am – 4pm.
Carving station, eggs cooked to order, many brunch and lunch items, salads, and a dessert station. $50/adults, $30 for kids 12 and under, and free for kids 5 and under -includes coffee, tea, or soft drinks.
Nubar, 16 Garden Street, (617) 234-1365

More information coming soon!