Celebrating 15 years on September 15!
Check out this week's Cambridge Chronicle with a quick Q & A about Full Moon's 15th Anniversary!
Boston Globe writes about Full Moon's 15 years in Cambridge.
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Cambridge Kids’ Passport to Fun
Here’s how it works: Pick up your passport and visit at least 5 of 7 of the well-known Cambridge businesses that specialize in kids. Buy a meal, attend a class or event or make a purchase and get your passport stamped! After you have at least 5 stamps, then you may select one of your favorites to return to and receive a prize.
Full Moon's prize is: One Free Kid's Meal with Drink and Dessert!
One passport per kid. Good until January 1, 2013.
See you soon!
Full Moon Restaurant was named on DailyCandy as one of the top play spaces from coast to coast!
From New England Travel & Life - Best of New England
Best Kids' Restaurant
Given how sophisticated the kids' market is these days (have you seen the
Louis Vuitton diaper bags?), it's amazing there aren't more restaurants as
savvy as Full Moon. Owned by two moms, this eatery goes far beyond just
offering coloring mats. Parents will find specials like "green eggs and ham"
as well as a play space brimming with trains, puzzles and stuffed animals.
While kids play, grown-ups can sup on dishes such as smoky tomato-saffron
mussels. They may call it a kids' restaurant, but we like to think of Full
Moon as a parent's dream come true.
"Foodie adults" enjoy sophisticated New American fare and a much-needed glass of wine while their sippy-cup-toting kids entertain themselves with toys, crayon and a play space at this Huron Village "original" charging budget-friendly prices.
Boston Parent's Paper - Family Favorite Winner 2010
"Parents rave about the consistently good, reasonably priced food at this urban cafe, with ever-changing specials and good wine. Kid's plates come with veggies and fruit on the side; their drinks can be served in sippy cups and best of all, there's a great playspace in the back corner where kids can play..."