The brussels sprouts they used were smaller than usual, but a perfect bite size! I've never had them with egg yolk before, but this was a great alternative take on brussels sprouts.
For the entree, I tried theLamb gnocchi, golden raisins, oyster mushrooms, tomatoes, crispy chestnuts ($22, or $12 for a half size)
I tried a bite of this and the lobster was beautifully cooked, and looks like there was a generous amount of truffle shavings on there.
Still want your regular "bar food" while watching a music performance? Get the Grass fed burger (arugula, aged cheddar, Worcestershire aioli, pub fries, $13)
We had an overall great meal, surprisingly so for a live music venue! I hope they keep churning out more great dishes in the future as well. As I mentioned, I loved what Club Passim is all about. I came for their Iguana Music Fund award night, where they've awarded a small amount of money to various music and community projects in the area. There was a choir club for people with aphasia, an older gentleman recording lost folk music, and two different projects to start square dancing clubs in their cities. You can check out the club's concert calendar, and be assured to not grab dinner somewhere else next time and try the new menu instead!
47 Palmer St
Cambridge, MA 02138