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T+L Editors' Favorite Restaurants

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Travel + Leisure staff share their best restaurant standbys that always deliver a good time and a great meal.

Deuxave, Boston

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Few upscale restaurants in Boston are able to maintain a sense of exclusivity once they’ve had a dose of media attention. But at chef Chris Coombs’s first restaurant, tucked away on a quiet corner of Commonwealth Avenue, the dining room is always comfortably full, while service remains relaxed and smooth. You still feel as though you’re in on a neighborhood secret—especially if you’re able to snag a fireside table. deuxave.com

Must-Order: Whatever the season, look for the salad presented in a potato basket “cornucopia.” In the summer, it’s filled with a variety of local vegetables. But come winter, you can break a two-hour egg over a tangle of wild mushrooms dressed in black Périgord truffle vinaigrette.

Melanie Lieberman

T+L Editors' Favorite Restaurants

Deuxave, Boston

Few upscale restaurants in Boston are able to maintain a sense of exclusivity once they’ve had a dose of media attention. But at chef Chris Coombs’s first restaurant, tucked away on a quiet corner of Commonwealth Avenue, the dining room is always comfortably full, while service remains relaxed and smooth. You still feel as though you’re in on a neighborhood secret—especially if you’re able to snag a fireside table. deuxave.com

Must-Order: Whatever the season, look for the salad presented in a potato basket “cornucopia.” In the summer, it’s filled with a variety of local vegetables. But come winter, you can break a two-hour egg over a tangle of wild mushrooms dressed in black Périgord truffle vinaigrette.

Melanie Lieberman

Andy Ryan Photography
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