Located just outside of Harvard Square, Chef Michael Scelfo’s Waypoint reflects his forward-thinking approach to coastally inspired fare. In The New York Times, writer Jason Tesauro said Waypoint is, “vibrant enough for a happy hour pop-in, yet intimate enough for after-dark canoodling over caviar and cocktails.” In January 2017, Boston Magazine awarded Waypoint a three-star review boasting, “with full-bore flavors and opulent ingredients, [Waypoint] gives pristine seafood—and everything else on the menu—the Midas touch.” Yankee Magazinenamed Waypoint as the top destination for Modern Seafood in the 2017 Best of New England awards and in May 2017, Waypoint was recognized as one of Food and Wine Magazine’s Best New Restaurants of the Year"
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Located at the gateway to Harvard Square at 1030 Massachusetts Avenue, “waypoint” often means a plot point on a map. As chef Michael Scelfo's second restaurant project, Waypoint signals a natural next step along his culinary journey. The menu reflects his forward-thinking approach to coastally-inspired fare - marrying his time spent along the Atlantic and Pacific shores.