Yes, you can still grab high-caliber seafood and a bit of Indian pudding, but you can also make your way through elaborate tasting menus, take on tap... Read More
Yes, you can still grab high-caliber seafood and a bit of Indian pudding, but you can also make your way through elaborate tasting menus, take on tapas galore, and a myriad of other haute and not-as-haute dining options. The best restaurants in Boston span the spectrum, making it a wonderful food city to visit.
Because it sits on coastline, Boston is a seafood city. New England clam chowder, baked haddock, lobster rolls, and oyster stew are popular surf dishes. If you want traditionally prepared Boston seafood, get a table at Neptune Oyster, where the offerings are fresh from the ocean and ever-rotating.
The diverse population also means a range of cuisines on offer at places to eat in Boston. Ken Oringer’s Toro is one of the best spots in town for tapas, while Shojo is known for its innovative Asian-inspired shared plates. And the quality of Barbara Lynch’s restaurants cannot be undersold: book at table at No. 9 Park for its venerable tasting menu.