Formerly known as the Cox-Hicks House, this quaint clapboard house dates to 1802. Reminiscent of an old-fashioned inn, it retains its historic charm with wide-plank wood floors, cozy layout and functioning fireplace. The patio overlooks a quiet corner of Harvard Square – a good summertime spot. Seafood and pasta dominate the menu. Oysters are two for $1 from noon to 5pm.