Restaurants in Massachusetts

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If you want to see what Nantucket was like before the new glam crowds started pouring in, head to this 1847 former guesthouse. The pink-pants-and-deck... Read More

Abba, in Orleans, is widely touted as the Cape’s best restaurant. Israeli-born chef Erez Pinhas dips into his heritage for dishes like falafel in... Read More

The steak frites and fried risotto balls don’t distract from the tropical drinks such as tangy mojitos and gin-and-juices. Read More

After opening in the former space of Harvard Square dining landmark, Casablanca, this New American restaurant didn’t skip a beat. The newly expanded... Read More

The clink of glasses has replaced the long-ago clink of prison bars at this jail-turned-luxury hotel in Beacon Hill. Set in the old “drunk tank” of what... Read More

Owned and operated by chef Michael Schlow, Alta Strada is the more casual sister restaurant to his formal downtown eatery, Via Matta. Schlow... Read More

It’s hard to think of a better name for this homey, welcoming restaurant, where the seasonally changing cuisine draws from distinctly American... Read More

Comfort food (apple-cinnamon crêpes) is served outdoors near the dock in Edgartown (breakfasts are popular). Read More

Originally established 40 years ago as a drive-up clam bar with carhops on roller skates, Arnold’s has expanded over the years into a one-stop spot for... Read More

Vestiges of a stint at Copenhagen’s renowned culinary temple Noma are evident in Chef Alex Crabb’s high-end New American restaurant. Crabb serves only... Read More

One cup is simply not enough of this award-winning chowder. A spoonful strikes an eloquent balance of soft bite-sized potatoes and hearty chucks of... Read More

Chef Christian Thornton, a Bay Area émigré, treats his certified organic restaurant as his culinary playground. Case in point: he cooks... Read More

The creation of famed Boston chef Barbara Lynch, known for such establishments as No. 9 Park and Sportello, B&G Oysters has become the go-to... Read More

One bowl of chowdah is not like the others. Classic flavors are broken down and distinguished by salty, sweet bits of bacon, thick chunks of clam, and a... Read More

Known for its flavorful North African cuisine, Baraka Café is a small, unassuming eatery located near Central Square. The homelike interior is... Read More

This devoted neighborhood coffee bar takes its bean roasting very seriously. Situated squarely in Boston’s up-and-coming Fort Point neighborhood, this... Read More

Just a 15-minute walk from the shoreline, this seventh-generation family farm is the oldest and largest on Nantucket Island. Established in the 1800... Read More

Below the Boston Center for the Arts' historic Cyclorama sits The Beehive, an underground eatery, bar, and music venue. Local artwork lines the exposed... Read More

Aiming to serve simple foods paired with the best wines, Bin 26 Enoteca is the quintessential Italian wine bar. Low lighting fills the sleek interior,... Read More

Hidden away on the second floor of a white clapboard building in downtown Chatham, the Bistro on Main was, for many years, a hidden secret for well... Read More

The wood walls, square tables, and cozy dining area in Black-Eyed Susan's look more like interior of a country diner than a chic restaurant.... Read More

No ticket? No problem. Beneath the Green Monster at Fenway Park is a rare and incomparable bar with a sweeping ground-level view of center field. The... Read More

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