Our Personal Restaurant Recommendations Here in Boston
We’re from around here and we’d like to share some of our favorite restaurants with you. Reservations are recommended.
Boston is a walking city especially the downtown older areas of the city. Public transportation (MBTA) is extensive and you can always cab/uber/lyft. Reminder: Do not drive in Boston unless you have a death wish. Driving in Boston is a blood sport, where rules of the road are ignored footnotes to the main agenda of getting where you are going as fast as possible.
Where to eat:
North End – the old Italian section of the city is delightful and worth strolling around before or after dinner. Our favorites: Nico, Mare Oyster Bar, Neptune Oyster Bar, Bricco –wherever you eat in the North End, go to Mike’s or Modern Pastry across from each other on Hanover to get your cannoli for desert. Most people munch them outside on the sidewalk, but if weather intervenes or you are full from dinner, get them in a little bakery box and bring them back to your hotel.
Seaport – Barking Crab, Blue Dragon, Legal’s Test Kitchen, Legal Harborside, Sportello
Theater district – Teatro
Beacon Hill – Mooo, Carrie Nation, Scampo in the Liberty Hotel (Even if you don’t eat there, The Liberty is an interesting place to see because it’s the old Charles Street Jail converted into a hotel.)
Cambridge – some are within walking distance of the Red Line but others require cab/uber/lyft from the T station – Craigie on Main, Giulia, Gran Gusto, Pammy’s, Oleana, Saloniki
South End – Aquitaine
Faneuil Market – Oceanaire
Back Bay – Porto, Back Bay Social Club, La Voile, Bar Boulud
There are lots of good places to eat in Boston, but we have personally researched these (a lousy job but someone’s got to do it! ). Enjoy being heah!
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Posted on Sep 04, 2018