Dine at One of Six Boston and Cambridge Grafton Group Restaurants - You Pick!

Bidding Supports: NEOA (Boston, MA)

Item Number
$25 USD
Online Close:
Apr 22, 2019 1:30 PM EDT  –  Bid Extension
Bid History:
10 Bids

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The highest bidder will receive a $25 Gift Card that can be used at Temple Bar, Park, Russell House TavernState Street Provisions, The Hourly Oyster House or Grafton Street Pub and Grill. Each one provides a great dining experience for a worthy cause: equal educational opportunity for all. The Grafton group is happy to participate in The Truly New England Auction once again.

State Street Provisions

Historically inspired but forward thinking food and drink menus feature fresh ingredients from near and far, while the comfortable space meets the needs and passing fancies of residents, workers and visitors alike.

State Street Provisions is located at the intersection of State Street and Atlantic Avenue on Long Wharf, one of Boston’s most storied landmarks. Breaking ground in 1710, the Wharf was a vibrant hub for the Colonial U.S. shipping industry and originally extended nearly half a mile from the shoreline at Faneuil Hall.

Temple Bar

Classic dining meets a trendy atmosphere at Cambridge’s Temple Bar. A casually sophisticated neighborhood bistro, Temple bar offers modern American cuisine focusing seasonally on the flavors of New England, at reasonable prices.By priding itself on quality, Temple Bar continues to provide comforting dishes that satisfies the most basic to the most sophisticated palate.


New to Harvard Square in the spring of 2012, PARK is the neighborhood restaurant and bar of today: a vibrant destination for friends, family and acquaintances to linger over lively conversation, playful plates and thoughtful drinks.

With a menu full of spirited interpretations on New American classics from Chef Mark Goldberg and an inspired selection of international spirits, wine and beer, guests feel at home in PARK’s rustic-meets-luxe subterranean space accented by soft leather couches & armchairs, bookshelves stocked with vintage titles, reclaimed wood tables, and an impressive collection of artwork and photography from the ‘60s and ‘70s. 

Russell House Tavern

Russell House Tavern continues the Harvard Square tradition of local enterprise as a New American Tavern serving seasonally-inspired, classic dishes from New England and beyond. An inviting, multi-level space adorned with vintage photographs of the Square, Russell House Tavern specializes in artisanal fare served alongside carefully hand-crafted cocktails and a distinctive collection of all-American wines and craft beers.

Grafton Street Pub and Grill

Executive Chef Scott Robertson serves up contemporary American cuisine for lunch and dinner seven days a week, including a prized Sunday brunch. The bustling bar boasts an extensive selection of beer, wine and liquor, and features several signature cocktails created exclusively by award-winning Grafton Street mixologists. The 5,000 square foot space revels in tones of cream, beige and brown, complemented by black trim, yielding what is a well-designed but inherently relaxed space. Well-placed drapes and unique table arrangements enable diners to have a relatively private experience in the midst of the lively restaurant. Perhaps the most notable source of Grafton Street's pulse are the French doors spanning the front of the restaurant, allowing the vibrancy of Harvard Square to emanate throughout the restaurant.

The Hourly Oyster House

The Hourly Oyster House is a vibrant and welcoming neighborhood outpost in the heart of Harvard Square, where guests can enjoy thoughtfully sourced and playfully prepared seafood and oysters from New England and beyond, as well as a carefully crafted selection of signature cocktails, beer and wine.

Wow! Good luck picking which one to go to. Luckily, like you, each spot is a winner.

Special Instructions

This gift certificate is redeemable anytime Sunday - Wednesday for food and drink. It can not be used to cover tax and gratuity.

Expiration Date: 02/01/2020