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Chefs and owners Ken Oringer and Jamie Bissonnette team up for one of the city's most popular restaurants. Toro , open for over a decade in the South End, serves modern and traditional tapas ranging from simple grilled corn to elaborate dishes pairing seafood and charcuterie with rich, bold flavors that keep the crowds lining up at the energetic spot. Fill up on crispy chicken skins; sausage made of rice and pork; a seasonal fruit salad currently rambutan with fried shrimp and toasted coconut ; and salt-and-pepper pork cheek.
Oxtail, curry goat, coconut shrimp, beans and rice, and mac and cheese are all must-tries. Boston's "Scottish headquarters" features great beer, a cheerful ambiance, and the hospitality of owner Jason Waddleton. It's probably the only place where one can eat haggis in the Boston area. The burger is also exceptional. The Cuban sandwich at El Oriental de Cuba is one of the best bites in the entire city. The exterior is crispy, and the interior is filled with savory pork and pickles, dressed with a gooey amalgamation of Swiss cheese and mustard.
Its tropical shakes are refreshing; its coffee especially its Cuban iced coffee, mixed with tooth-achingly sweet milk is perfect. This restaurant has been dishing out Dominican food on Blue Hill Avenue for a quarter of a century. The grilled chicken with chimichurri sauce and the stuffed shrimp tostones are must-orders, as are the fried pork chops and grilled steak with peppers and onions. Oh, and the mofongo is among the best in the city. Dorchester and Roxbury are where Bostonians go to eat roti , a dish that originated in the West Indies specifically in Trinidad.
There is a long and complicated history of Indian immigration to Trinidad and Tobago, as well as to the greater Caribbean. Order the goat roti, and get doubles, too, a dish that consists of two delicately fried pieces of dough packed with sweet and spicy chickpeas.
The bread, which is baked in-house, is both shockingly crispy and pillowy, packed with fresh vegetables and sweet, charred strips of beef. There are few better sandwiches in the city, or anywhere. Wash it down with some passionfruit juice, and get some Vietnamese pantry staples from the market. This casual JP gem — which is a cafe by day — turns up the intensity at dinner, serving creative tasting menus and a la carte options that highlight local ingredients in playful ways and draw inspiration from around the globe.
Pasta at Giulia. Tasting Counter. John Skibbee. Visit Website. Barra in Somerville. Ceviche and a beer at Celeste. Sign up for the newsletter Eater Boston Sign up for our newsletter. Thanks for signing up! Check your inbox for a welcome email. Email required. By submitting your email, you agree to our Terms and Privacy Notice. You can opt out at any time. French onion soup at Juliet. Brewer's Fork. Caitlin Cunningham.
Baked Alaska at Oleana. Natasha Moustache. Oxtail in lemongrass wine broth at Cicada. Tawakal Halal Cafe. Tawakal plate left and beef biryani at Tawakal Halal Cafe. Villa Mexico Cafe. Haley Henry. The intimate bar at Haley Henry.
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Row A whole fish at Row View this post on Instagram. Sea scallops at Chickadee. Sweet Cheeks. The sidewalk patio at Sweet Cheeks. Kava Neo-Taverna. This little gem in the South End is perfect for grabbing a quick latte and sweet potato brownie while walking around the quietly beautiful Boston neighborhood. The cute spot is super friendly — dogs are greeted at the door with When Jackson Cannon of Eastern Standard opened this chic lounge in the basement of the Commonwealth Hotel, it became an immediate hit.
Lovers of cocktails will appreciate the craft that Cannon and his mixologists apply to the drinks served here For breakfast, lunch and dinner, the Paramount has been a Beacon Hill staple since Reservations are not accepted, and it is always jammed, so plan to eat early or at odd times. Instructions on how the deli-line-style kitchen works Bypass the chain coffeeshops for this temple of java where every cup is well-considered. Ken Oringer, the James Beard award—winning chef who also owns KO Prime and Coppa, eschews trendy small plates and instead serves up classic Spanish dishes made with Spanish ingredients.
Daniel Webster was reported to have drunk brandy The town celebrates its colonial architecture and Gilded Age mansions with style, but the region is as well-known and admired Nantucket is to New England what the Hamptons are to New York; an elite, elegant and chic escape from the city. But with nary a traffic light in sight, Nantucket entrances visitors with its old whaling town charm, and surprisingly low-key glamour. At its heart, the Vineyard is about the simple pleasures of summer.
New England Boston. Type of Meal Breakfast Lunch Dinner. Editors Pick First-Time Musts. Clear Apply. Zoom Full Screen. Read More. Bin 26 Located on Charles Street in Beacon Hill, Bin 26 is a chic, simple wine bar, a perfect place to cozy up with some friends over a great bottle of vino.
Drink In the up-and-coming Fort Point neighborhood is this specialty cocktail spot. Flour Bakery This popular bakery makes gourmet sandwiches and mouthwatering bakery items for eat-in and take-out service. Grill 23 Boston has its fair share of steak houses, but none compare to Grill Legal Seafoods Legal Seafoods is a Boston institution, and while there are now many locations still mostly in Massachusetts a trip to Boston deserves a trip to Legal Sea Foods.
Mamma Maria The sophisticated Tuscan fare served at Mamma Maria matches that at other lauded North End eateries, but what makes this restaurant noteworthy is its private dining rooms. O Ya This contemporary Japanese eatery combines inventive cooking with a groovy, speakeasy atmosphere—a blend so seductive that former New York Times food critic Frank Bruni once named it the best new restaurant in the country.
Sarma This joint venture from Ana Sortun and Cassie Piuma came after a year partnership at longtime-favorite Oleana in late , and delighted from day one. The Buttery This little gem in the South End is perfect for grabbing a quick latte and sweet potato brownie while walking around the quietly beautiful Boston neighborhood.
The Paramount For breakfast, lunch and dinner, the Paramount has been a Beacon Hill staple since Thinking Cup Bypass the chain coffeeshops for this temple of java where every cup is well-considered. Photo by Noah Fecks.