The back streets of Cambridge has long hidden one of the most dynamic restaurants in town, Harvest. It does a rotating menu of new england seafood dishes and various kinds of grilled meats. The steak there was supposedly the Dalai Lama's favorite on his trip to Harvard. I didn't know that Tibetan Buddhist can eat meat either, but they apparently can. Because of its location away from the busy streets, excellent service, and wonderful lunch menu, it is the faculty's favorite place to think up various schemes to say, overthrow the president of the university. Dinner is thirty to forty a person. Lunch, brunch, and private meals are available. Service at Harvest is impeccable.