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Jul 23, 2017

Restaurants in Boston

Where to EAT in Boston


If you love food and you’re coming to Boston, get excited. Global cuisines are well represented here (the hottest tables in the city right now are at O Ya, a sushi and sashimi restaurant), but there is an overall trend toward using what is local, sustainable, and fresh to take established cuisine in new directions. Boston is crazy for artisanal breads, cheeses, small batch wines and beers. The city’s diners and chefs are both pushing for new levels of excellence. True to its history and location, Boston’s trademark is seafood, and restaurants like East Coast Grill, Legal Sea Foods, and Neptune Oyster are serving it up fresh.

    General tips: “Parking available” rarely means free, so check the details if you’re toting a car. As with hotels, Boston’s restaurants are non-smoking by law. Most restaurants in the city use online reservation system Open Table (www.opentable.com) rather than having reservations by e-mail. Enjoy Boston—bon appetit!


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33 Restaurant and Lounge Back Bay

The cuisine is contemporary American at 33 Restaurant and Lounge, but the vibe is sleek and European. The crowd is young, professional, and well-dressed, and they heat up the loung...


30 to 60
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B&G Oysters South End

You’ve found B&G Oysters when you see the sign reading “Bivalves” directing you into a courtyard. There’s no question that oyster bars and seafood are an important element of Bosto...


60 and up
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Bricco North End

Upscale Italian cuisine in the North End features fresh pasta, delectable sauces, all-Italian wines, and valet parking in a neighborhood with very little parking. If you’ve been ou...


30 or less
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Christina’s Ice Cream Cambridge

This Inman Square ice cream shop has the most flavorful and inventive ice cream in the city (traditional flavor fans, don’t worry; they’ve got that covered too). Attached to a spic...


30 to 60
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Dali Spanish restaurant Boston Somerville

Dali is a strongly atmospheric Spanish restaurant where the scene is as enticing as the tapas dishes. There are year-round and rotating seasonal tapas; some of the standbys include...


30 to 60
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East Coast Grill Cambridge

East Coast Grill lists each day the freshest catch and serves it up with a little Latin American inspiration. Dine early, because fish varieties sell out as the night goes on! Sund...


30 to 60
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Eastern Standard Fenway/ Kenmore

Locals and travelers, students and executives, all rub elbows at Eastern Standard, eating an eclectic gourmet menu from burgers to raw bar to local halibut and Long Island duck bre...


30 or less
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Grezzo North End

“Grezzo” means “raw” in Italian, and the restaurant is a unique find in the Italian North End: a tiny upscale spot serving raw vegan and living food cuisine. (So if something on th...


60 and up
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Grill 23 & Bar South End

Grill 23 is a long-standing Boston steakhouse that consistently graces “best of” lists. All the beef comes from California’s Brandt Beef and is all-natural and dry-aged. The scene ...


60 and up
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L’Espalier Back Bay

Upscale and French, L’Espalier promises to go to work on all your senses. It’s known as one of the most romantic restaurants in the city, thanks to the combination of the food and ...


30 to 60
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Meritage Downtown

A restaurant for people who love wine, Meritage offers both small and large plates arranged on the menu by which wines they pair with. Meritage is located within the Boston Harbor ...


30 or less
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Mike & Patty’sMike & Patty’s Bay Village/ Downtown

Mike & Patty’s offers a neighborhood-style, friendly start to your day with breakfast sandwiches like the Fancy Bacon and Egg ($7), with cheddar, avocado, red onion, and house mayo...


30 to 60
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Neptune Oyster North End

This tiny haunt (six tables plus bar seating, where you can watch the oysters being shucked) makes it their business to dish out fresh seafood in the North End. They have the 2009 ...


30 or less
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New Dong Khanh Chinatown

A casual Vietnamese restaurant that strives to set itself apart from the hordes of small Chinatown restaurants. Locals know New Dong Khanh for their expert bubble teas (try the avo...


60 and up
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No. 9 Park Beacon Hill

In the shadow of the State House, No. 9 Park is a sophisticated restaurant in a sophisticated home: one of Beacon Hill’s elegant townhouses. Old world wines complement dishes inspi...


60 and up
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O Ya Downtown

O Ya’s menu begins moves from sushi and sashimi to beef, pork, and chicken. Try the fois gras, prepared with balsamic, chocolate, and raisins; or the tea brined fried pork ribs wit...


30 to 60
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Oleana Cambridge

The awards heaped on Oleana and Chef Ana Sortun include Best Chef Northeast from the James Beard Foundation in 2005 and several Best of Boston distinctions, but don’t just read the...


30 or less
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Parish Cafe Back Bay

The Parish Café is known for “sandwiches of the chefs”: sandwich creations contributed by local chefs from restaurants including UpStairs on the Square, The Elephant Walk, and Jasp...


30 to 60
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Pigalle Bay Village/ Downtown

Offering a $40 prix fixe menu in addition to ala carte dining, Pigalle is known for romance, an intimate setting (20 tables), and small but delicious portions. The dishes are class...


30 or less
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Punjabi Dhaba Cambridge

Affordable, quirky, and delicious, this Indian “highway-side café” serves up maximum character per packed square inch in Inman Square. Bollywood music videos play on a TV above the...

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