39 Stanhope St
Dragon fire at Red Lantern
Empire Garden Restaurant
690 Washington St
Baroque architecture meets Chinese dumplings. Best place in Chinatown, hands down.
84 Beacon St
WHERE EVERYONE KNOWS YOUR NAME! Great place to visit! A must go when you're in Boston. It's very chill, the staff is great and the food is delicious (with good portions)!!!
Smith and Wollensky
294 Congress St
There is an overall different experience here compared to the Back Bay one. Try their famous split pea soup and of course any of their steaks. If you love lobster ask for the South African tail!
UNI Sashimi Bar
370 Commonwealth Ave
This tiny sashimi bar has some of the next sushi in Boston! They are also one of only a few places in the city to serve A5 kobe beef, and it's the cheapest I've ever seen at $25 an ounce.
361 Boylston St
Best sangria in town! Sandwiches are all incredible. I recommend the chicken or BLT. Always a wait because it's so popular, easier when you come in groups of 2. Outdoor seating in the summer months!
11 School St
Fancy a cupcake? Me too! Try the Organic Karat or the Red Velvet, the cream cheese homemade frosting is enough to leave any seasoned sweet tooth going back for seconds. Take one to a lover or friend!
Strega North End
379 Hanover St
This place is so cute and warm! The lighting is fantastic! And the food is ?Mmm mmm. If you love Italian. You have to try this. Very Intimate for date night! Try the Fagottino.
No. 9 Park
9 Park St
I have never had a more pleasant dinner experience in Boston. The waiter was incredible, the food even more so, and the wine was excellent. Pricey, but totally worth it.
12 Farnsworth St
The sticky, sticky buns are so good they had to name the twice!
558 Washington St
Dined at Legal Crossing in downtown Boston and enjoyed the place a lot!
343 Congress St
If your tastebuds are in the mood for a very eclectic menu, have no fear because Tavern Road has everything you're looking for, even before you knew you needed it!
Mike's City Diner
1714 Washington St
A landmark in Boston! Everything is so good and the portions are huge!! The corned beef hash is so fresh and delicious! Filled w/ huge chunks of corned beef! Local spot, expect a long wait!
569 Tremont St
Aquitaine was a delightful surprise. I had the gnocchi and some of the most succulent rabbit I've ever tasted. The drinks have unique personalities, and the Parisian decor completes the experience.
Fajitas & 'Ritas
25 West St
The margaritas are so yummy, my favorites are the classic and the banana (when they have it). The quesadillas are huge too! Great place to go with a group of friends and split a pitcher of margaritas.
Lolita Cocina and Tequila Bar
271 Dartmouth St
Where everything is red, dark & sexy...Lolita. Seating is hard to come by but the drinks are delish!!! Try the Red Lulu or Spicy Cucumber for a real treat. Ay ay ay ay ay ay!!
1375 Washington St
Chris Coombs outdid himself here with this a la carte menu of home cooked meals made to order. Mac n cheese, prime rib to die for and the sticky toffee pudding is sinful.
Island Creek Oyster Bar
500 Commonwealth Ave
If you love seafood this play is the best in Boston! Fresh seafood, delicious fried oyster sliders, oyster selection is always on point, creative cocktails, and an awesome selection of beer!!!
249 Newbury St
Best gelato I've had in Boston! The flower shape is unique and adds some fun!
110 Huntington Ave
I had a bite of this buttermilk fried chicken sandwich on a pretzel roll, and it was surprisingly pretty good. The chicken is fried perfectly! Grab a beer and enjoy!
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