540 Atlantic Ave
Happy hour at Trade. It's always 5 o'clock in the FiDi.
Morton's The Steakhouse
2 Seaport Ln
Had dinner here last night, the steak was perfection. The service was great and very accommodating. Members of the staff were always coming by to see how you were doing and how the meal was. Loved it!
P S Gourmet Coffee
106 Dorchester St
PS Gourmet has some of the best coffee and breakfast sandwiches in Boston! They have flavors like sugar cookie, which are roasted in the beans rather than sugary syrups.
Silvertone Bar and Grill
69 Bromfield St
Anytime I want to unwind or have a great one-one casual, knock-your-socks-off bite I head underground to this hidden and delicious gem! Only time and only place I will ever order a tuna melt!
22 Birch St
Had a delicious brunch in Roslindale. I had never had a breakfast pizza before, but this delicious combo of Italian ham and a fried egg was awesome! Cute restaurant and patio, too.
Citizen Public House & Oyster Bar
1310 Boylston St
Rather extensive draft collection as well as other signature cocktails. Awesome place to hang with friends on a weekend night. They also offer a whole suckling pig dinner for 10! And the oysters = A+
39 Stanhope St
As my first restaurant experience in Boston, Red Lantern did not disappoint. The ambiance was great for a Friday night & the sushi was phenomenal.
Lincoln Tavern and Restaurant
425 W Broadway
The best Sunday Funday spot. I can sit here all day. Get the Bucket of Bubbles, goat cheese dip, sliders, white pizza. Literally everything is amazing. Great young crowd is a plus too.
84 Summer St
I have found an affordable cold-pressed juice! Organic and local never tasted so good so fast. The kale and quinoa bowls really rock my socks, especially with the added sriracha available a plenty.
211 Hanover St
Mother Anna's is our go-to lunch break spot. It's the most reasonably priced restaurant in the north end and it has amazing chicken parm and super friendly waitstaff
The Corner Tavern
421 Marlborough St
Homey little bar with great bartenders that give a whole new meaning to mixology! Fun place to catch big games. Try the quesadillas or Irish Milkshake. Thursdays are $2 Taco days!
329 Columbus Ave
Some dishes are hit or miss but this octopus special was tender, flavorful, spiced just right! Also enjoyed the bacon Mac and cheese. Good selection of beers and usually a quieter bar option!
Sam's At Louis
60 Northern Ave
Don't let my turtle mouth or the scowls fool you; we love Sam's! Delicious food, friendly and attentive staff, and their owner is so amazingly sweet and kind. Be sure to get their Gin&Tonic!
278 Hanover St
Caffe Pompei is known for its delicious pizza in the late hours of the night. This restaurant has delicious pizza and don't forget to get a rice ball!
42 Charles St
When ever friends or family visit my first stop is taking them to Figs on Charles Street! It's a small restaurant but the food packs the best punch!!! The asparagus frites are out of this world delish
1 Chelsea St
Mexican brunch at its best! Do try the Mexican Eggs Benedict!
131 Dartmouth St
Fresh sushi combined with a wonderful selection of creative rolls! The scallop, kiwi roll is a must and so is the tuna jalapeño and mango! Handrolls are great too and filled with fish!
Met Back Bay
279 Dartmouth St
Best salmon chopped salad in Boston! Love the downstairs bar and they make nice, strong drinks! Good place for brunch, captain crunch french toast, anyone?! Yup, it's good!!
254 Faneuil Hall Market Pl
The food court at Quincy Market is incredibly beautiful. Am really impressed with the artistic finishing of the dine area. There're boundless varieties of food to eat here! Boston Chowda and oysters!
528 Commonwealth Ave
You want excellent food and well crafted cocktails? Head over to the Eastern Standard. Amazing service and ambience. Fun for a girls night or any night of the week! I highly recommend it!
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