Restaurants in Massachusetts

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Townsend Lobster & Seafood owner, Chris Townsend, runs lobster-catching tours on his fishing boat. Read More

Trattoria owners and life-long North Enders, Patrick and Frank Mendoza, learned everything they know in the kitchen from their mother, Monica. Twenty... Read More

Handmade pastas and fresh, seasonal ingredients headline the fare at this authentic North End trattoria. Since 1987, the eatery has been bustling... Read More

Garnering national acclaim for its extensive wine list of nearly 500 vintages, this French restaurant offers pairing suggestions beneath each dish on... Read More

Consider a jacket and tie for an evening at Twenty-Eight Atlantic, in Chatham’s Wequassett Resort, where dishes range from black-truffle risotto... Read More

Adjacent to sister restaurant Clio in Back Bay’s Eliot Hotel, this celebrated sashimi bar offers inventive Japanese fare from James Beard Award... Read More

A sophisticated South End standout, Union Bar and Grille combines inventive New American cuisine from executive chef Seth Woods and chef de cuisine... Read More

The oldest restaurant in Boston (which is on the National Register of Historic Places) jumped on the 19th-century oyster craze long before any other raw... Read More

This eclectic Harvard Square eatery contains two distinct yet equally colorful dining rooms. The first, the Monday Club Bar, is decorated in jewel tones... Read More

Inspired by the traditional trattorias of Italy, this Back Bay restaurant features seasonal, authentic cuisine from James Beard Award-winning chef... Read More

Well-heeled locals come here for jazz, rosé champagne, and the freshest raw oysters around (only $1.25 apiece at happy hour). Read More

Owned by Olives vet Torri Crowell, this North End sandwich shop has a menu and atmosphere as whimsical as its name. Rich brown walls, intimate little... Read More

Get inspired at this Kendall Square out-of-your-coffee-comfort zone. Pick a latte from its line-up of exotic flavors, like the “Kitsch & the Cactus,... Read More

The first stateside location of British noodle chain Wagamama can be found at Faneuil Hall inside the Quincy Market Building. The award-winning noodle... Read More

Reasonably priced New American cuisine and inventive cocktails make West Side Lounge a popular choice for both Sunday brunch and late night dining.... Read More

Wicked Oyster's breakfast and coffee bar (available from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.) is one of the eatery's most popular attractions. The restaurant has hardwood... Read More

Make this Newbury Street coffee cave your first choice when looking for the ultimate café trifecta: a milky latte, a playful atmosphere, and free WiFi.... Read More

The town of Essex on the West Side of Cape Ann is famous for fried whole-belly clams. Shabby-chic Woodman’s claims to have invented the treat in... Read More

If traditional brunch hours don’t fit your schedule, this Jewish-style restaurant in Brookline’s Coolidge Corner is one of city’s few legendary places... Read More

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