Food & Drink

Pork belly sliders in a Harvard rock club

Although it's probably smarter to see Duncan Sheik on an empty stomach, Harvard's handsome new rock club The Sinclair wants you to at least have the option to fill up on something other than Sheik's surprise 1996 Adult Contemporary hit "Barely Breathing" by opening the doors to their second-floor, Michael Schlow-created "American kitchen with gastropub influences":

Enjoy a libation at the bar before proceeding upstairs to the rustic dining room that boasts an open kitchen overlooking leather booths and a wall of railroad tithes

After taking down some heavenly deviled eggs w/ crispy bacon bits and a trio of pastrami'd pork belly sliders (pictured top), you'll want to take matters into your own hands with this Sinclair Burger covered in crispy onions, basil aioli, and a secret sauce you can only get by pinky swearing with Jenny that you won't tell Kristin. Or just ordering that burger.

Wash it all down with their tequila/Falernum/Drambuie-blended Bull Fight, or this Big Sky, which has less to do with conferences showcasing Idaho State Bengals basketball and more to do with rye whiskey and Punt e Mes topped w/ a Laphroaig float.