Restaurants in Massachusetts

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A weathered gray shingle diner, popular with the summer crowd that waits for the housemade doughnuts, gets equally high marks for its plain Yankee... Read More

This Inman Square bar, haunted by quirky, glowing specter chandeliers and a loyal band of patrons, serves authentic Irish fare in a funky atmosphere. Go... Read More

Go for Kobe beef burgers with Parmesan fries. Read More

One of the first sports bars in the country, this joint is trim and classy for a roof-raising, raucous place. Sports memorabilia like autographed... Read More

Creative flavor combinations (new potato home fries with soy sauce; cayenne-cheddar toast with eggs and mango sour cream) and gaudy, 1950’s décor are a... Read More

A venerable, family-owned restaurant since 1958, the Galley—where untold numbers of Nantucketers have celebrated their anniversary dinners&mdash... Read More

Beneath the Hotel Commonwealth, this polished and relaxed barroom is home sweet home with plush love seats, coffee-table books for perusing, and framed... Read More

Grab a lunch of gourmet grilled sandwiches. Read More

This Provincetown mainstay offers two distinct dining experiences: a downstairs dining room serving up creative dishes like lobster vindaloo and pan... Read More

With 18 tables in a Cape Cod cottage, the Nauset Beach Club Restaurant in East Orleans is a tough reservation to score. Don’t miss the northern... Read More

Moments away from TD Garden, this is the place to be for a Celtics or Bruins game. Everywhere you turn, your gaze is met by one of 35 HD television... Read More

One of three Nantucket restaurants operated by Seth and Angela Raynor, this cool, modern space focuses on coastal fare with an Asian twist. White and... Read More

This delightfully kitschy, no-frills Boylston Street party bar turns into the hottest spot for brunch on the weekend. The menu is massive—if you can... Read More

Red Pheasant Inn, in a 200-year-old ship’s chandlery in Dennis, sources ingredients from local producers including Not Enough Acres Farm down the... Read More

This pork-centric gastropub encourages diners to design their own charcuterie boards from a long list of “salty pig parts and stinky cheeses.” Maybe you... Read More

This two-story, too-cute jewelry boutique is all frills, ruffles, and flounce. A transplant from New York, husband and wife team Michael and Apple... Read More

This spot has been serving schnitzels, sauerbraten, and other German delights since 1935. Read More

While this local chain has various locations around town, the best of the bunch pours Stumptown coffee just steps away from the Boston Common. Low key... Read More

Watch your step. Nearly pitch black, this bar is primarily lit by string lights framing the chalkboard menus. Sunday night trivia is a popular way to... Read More

Refreshingly laid back and low key for a ritzy refuge, this South American restaurant serves ceviches, small plates, and tacos inspired by New England... Read More

From fifty-two stories above Back Bay, this dramatic venue lets you watch night fall over the city while sipping champagne with your sweetie. Tables... Read More

The Wauwinet's stately waterside restaurant is the island's most elegant, and well-worth the shuttle boat ride over from Straight Wharf. In the evenings... Read More

Toro is one of the shining stars in Chef Ken Oringer's restaurant galaxy, and this South End outpost is arguably the best place in Boston to share tapas... Read More

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