253 Shawmut Ave
Scrambled eggs with crab, toast, and turnip home fries. Omg and the BACON. If you love bacon, get it at Coppa and watch your life brighten as your tastebuds ignite with the fire of a thousand rainbows
3 Lewis St
Tasty, basic and fresh Mexican. Simple, clean decor and fantastic service.
66 Cross St
Fantastic vegan menu, fresh juices and wheatgrass shots. Try the chia pudding that gets delivered on Thursdays!
Barrington Coffee Roasting Company
346 Congress St
Delicious coffee! My second favorite coffee shop in Boston! Cranberry, orange oatmeal cookie was amazing! Very hipster vibe, and great location! Gets packed during peak hours!
The Corner Tavern
421 Marlborough St
Great beer selection. Food is okay, not great. Pork sliders were okay. The pork was good by the bread was dry and the melted cheese on top was weird. The slaw was bland and flavorless.
254 Newbury St
If you come before 3, you can get a lunch special. You can sets for just $13 or $15 and it's a lot of food. My friends and I come here all the time.
255 State St
Perfect place for a Sunday Brunch or an evening drink all while enjoying the views of Boston Harbor
Island Creek Oyster Bar
500 Commonwealth Ave
One of Boston's best seafood restaurants. Menu changes daily depending on what's at the markets. Huge range of local and imported Oysters, delicious offerings from sea and land. Walk to Fenway Park.
Gourmet Dumpling House
52 Beach St
Best soup dumplings in Boston! Beef w/ string beans and Szechuan fish is spicy and delicious! Service is not the best, their is always a wait but the delicious food makes up for everything!
Carmelina's North End
307 Hanover St
Carmelina's in the North End. Decently priced, large portions and amazing food. Great place for a date, as it's small and intimate
135 Richmond St
The risotto was cooked perfectly. A bit pricey, but the only way to get the best of the North End is to get off the main roads, and Mare definitely is one of the best!
316 Cambridge St
Check this place out for brunch! Never a wait and amazing eggs Benedict. The home fries are topped with sautéed onions and Parmesan cheese and some of the best in beacon hill I've had.
88 Sleeper St
This is hands down THE place to get a lobster roll with some pretty spectacular views of the city when the tent is open during the summer
361 Boylston St
Good place for brunch/lunch. Hearty selection of sandwiches and good cocktails. Food isn't consistent but will definitely help you deal with your Saturday morning hangover! Outdoor seating available!
286 Newbury St
They have the best almond milk latte in Boston. Hands down. The best.
65 Salem St
If you're new to Boston, you need to try the lobster roll at Pauli's, North End! They serve generous amount of lobsters over a warm toasted buttery bread.
Savvor Restaurant and Lounge
180 Lincoln St
The Jambalaya is awesome!
Sunset Grill & Tap
130 Brighton Ave
Sunset Grill & Tap in Allston is an awesome restaurant. Great menu options, prices, drink specials, and environment. Trivia games are super fun as well!
470 Centre St
Because There's only one place to find a combination music store and tapas bar packed into a renovated residential home. Major personality and always a killer playlist, plus outdoor patio and CHURROS!
83 Newbury St
Georgetown Cupcake has the best and freshest cupcakes in Boston! Each cupcake, worth $3, is amazing! I love red velvet & cookies and cream :)
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