10Best Boston, MA Restaurants
For the great seafood in Boston, head to Neptune Oyster. Home of an award winning lobster roll, served cold with mayo or hot with butter, Neptune does it right.
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New & Notable Boston Restaurants
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Boston's Fort Point Channel is filling with great restaurants, but none rival Tavern Road. Casual and fun, this neighborhood restaurant serves local seasonal food that is comforting without falling into the category of comfort food. The menu consists of starters, appetizers, entrees and sides that combine to make a meal which can be shared with friends or enjoyed solo. Read more »All New & Notable Boston Restaurants »
Brookline's Fireplace restaurant is a Washington Square dining spot that serves more than just food. Helmed by an owner who not only loves to cook, but also has a passion for the Colonial era and teaching, you can always find something special at the Fireplace. Whether it be a Fireside Chat, a lesson from a well-versed bartender or a real New England meal, you'll find yourself quite content while you're there. Read more »All New & Notable Boston Restaurants »
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About Boston, MA Restaurants
Boston is a city that plays it safe when it comes to food trends. Comfortable waiting to see how food innovation is received, Boston latches on to what works in other cities prior to jumping on-board. This cautious attitude toward change works to the advantage of Boston diners who are guaranteed greatness from tried and true techniques. Today’s dining scene offers any foodie the opportunity to enjoy a fantastic meal no matter what their palate desires. Between the diversity of Boston’s neighborhoods, and the many amazing chefs who have transformed Boston into the culinary gem it has become, the options are endless. Seafood remains high on the "must try" list of Boston visitors, and for good reason; Boston's Atlantic location allows fresh fish to be delivered daily to area eating establishments. But Boston is more than just a seafood lover's location, it allows a sampling of cuisines from around the world. Dine in Chinatown for an authentic Asian experience, or hop on over to the North End to indulge in some of the best Italian Food outside of Italy. Wander through the South End where restaurants live on every block, or explore the Back Bay for the mix of high end establishments, and low budget pubs. Wherever you end up, you are sure to bump into one of Boston's best.
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