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Press

Cool crowd, great bar staff, lively music. (Steve Morse #1 Critic’s Choice, Boston Globe)
This tiny neighborhood bar gives major bang for the buck, though actually, there’s never any cover charge. The attentive staff ensures that everyone’s well-lubricated, with a cocktail or one of a staggering selection of microbrews. (Improper Bostonian)
The shop-worn cliché “the best things come in small packages” may not always ring true, but it’s right for Toad, the artist-friendly club in Cambridge’s Porter Square. Toad has only a 62-person capacity, but those 62 people have smiles on their faces most of the time. (Boston Globe)
A one-of-a-kind find. Toad and its bartenders define the quintessential neighborhood bar. (Stuff@Night)
There’s never a cover charge, never a hassle, and almost never a bad band. That’s quite a statement, since Toad has live music every night of the week. (Steve Morse, Boston Globe)
Best Neighborhood Bar. (Improper Bostonian)
Small space, big sounds. (Boston Globe)
This funky little hole-in-the-wall has become a honeycomb hideout for hipsters and those in-the-know. (Improper Bostonian)
This tiny club has room for about 60 patrons, but it manages to host a quality live band every night of the week. The stage might be small, but this Porter Square club still attracts luminaries. (Boston Globe)
One of Boston’s Small Treasures. (Boston Globe)
Where musicians hang on their nights off. (Clea Simon, Boston Globe)
The most underrated concert club of the year. (Steve Morse, Boston Globe)
Toad is a find in every sense of the word. From the nightly no-cover music (which has attracted a cult following) to the neighborly vibe, to the dozen or so microbrews on tap, it’s a one-of-a-kind bar and music club with a one-of-every-kind crowd. (Boston Globe)