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==Union Square, Somerville, MA==
Union Square is not on the Red Line, so it's a bit off the beaten path. It is a reasonable walk from Harvard Square or Porter Square, and there are buses arriving from Harvard, Porter, Davis, Lechmere, and Sullivan Square. (See the [ MBTA] for details.) There are a number lots of Brazilian restaurants and stores around, including a Brazilian butcher-slash-convenience store. The Brazilian community extends to Inman Square and there's another pocket in Allston. There's also Indian, Mexican, and Peruvian fare here. It's a nice, brick-based New England intersection of many roads, but there's not enough public space for pedestrians to linger.
==Davis Square, Red LineSomerville, MBTAMA==
This is a great late-night summer hangout, especially given that J.P. Licks is here. (That would be a trendy local ice cream shop, also seen on Newbury Street in Boston.) It's right on the Red Line, and also a major bus transfer point. Tons of college folk linger in the brick plaza. There's The Sommerville Theatre doubles as a small apparently independent second-run movie theatrehouse and music venue. Of note: * The Someday Cafe, an Italian restaurantfeatured in a song by Jim's Big Ego. * Redbones, and some cafesa local favorite for meaty grill food. Secondary link: * [ Officeal Sommerville site (squares page)]

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