The Painted Burro Harvard Square is celebrating its GRAND OPENING after opening
its doors last week!
Located in the heart of Harvard Square in the former Border Cafe space, the restaurant
has been beautifully redesigned and features two floors of dining and bar space. We’re
throwing it back to 2012 with some of our OG Burro menu items and PRICES (read $9
De la Casa Margaritas?!) to celebrate our newest location!
The Painted Burro Harvard Square is the third location of Chef Joe Casinelli’s upscale
Latin American kitchen and tequila lounge. The restaurant will embrace its long
cultivated vibe and taste, with some new menu additions perfect for its new Cambridge
The flagship location at 32 Church St, brings new color and flavor to the block. The
restaurant has all new design, colors and vibes! Its seasonal menu will bring the tastes
and colors of each passing month that the Harvard Square won’t want to pass up!
Along with daily lunch and dinner, the restaurant will also continue its fan favorite
Bottomless Brunch on the weekends!
WHEN: SEVEN DAYS A WEEK!
Monday: 11am – 11pm
Tuesday – Thursday: 11am – Midnight
Friday: 11am – 1am
Saturday: 10am – 1am
Sunday: 10am – 11pm
Lunch – Monday – Friday
Brunch – Saturday + Sunday
Dinner – Monday – Sunday
Painted Burro Harvard Square, 32 Church St, Cambridge, MA
Join us for lunch, dinner and weekend brunch by making a reservation through Resy
The Painted Burro began in Somerville’s Davis Square in 2012 and has two more
locations in Waltham and Harvard Square, as well as two locations of its smaller sister
restaurant, Burro Bar, in Brookline and Boston’s South End. Davis Square’s Posto is also
a part of the Alpine Restaurant Group family.
Featuring an exciting seasonal menu that highlights the diverse cuisines of Latin
America, alongside a variety of margaritas, local beers and select wines. From our
wonderfully flavored moles to our selection of grilled meats and fish to our extensive
list of over 100 craft tequilas the goal at The Painted Burro is to impart our local
chef-driven styles into modern interpretations of Latin American cuisine with a strong
respect for tradition.