Restaurants in Massachusetts

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Set in a weathered gray shingle clad building overlooking Aunt Lydia's Cove, the Chatham Fish Pier Market is where locals come to buy their seafood, and... Read More

Enjoy Gallic classics like wine-braised rabbit with parsnips. Read More

Pushing the boundaries of fusion cuisine, chef Paul O’Connell seamlessly blends French and Cuban flavors at Chez Henri, located near Harvard... Read More

The upper and lower dining rooms of this East End Provincetown restaurant are as different as day and night. Upstairs, the Tuscany Room includes... Read More

This spot is indeed shaped like a cardboard clam box—try the creamy, delicious clam chowder. Read More

Located in the Back Bay’s Eliot Hotel, this renowned French restaurant is helmed by acclaimed chef Kenneth Oringer, previously of San Francisco... Read More

A short walk from Central Square, Craigie on Main serves French-American cuisine with a focus on local ingredients and nose-to-tail cooking. The... Read More

It's been four years since Cru's opening, and this restaurant is still the place to see and be seen on Nantucket. With views of the megayachts in the... Read More

Inspired by the 1920’s and 30’s, this eclectic restaurant combines a whimsical bohemian style with old Hollywood glamour. The museum-like... Read More

This Brookline outpost of the original Daily Catch, which was established in 1973, offers a quiet neighborhood setting with two front windows... Read More

At any given time, a young crowd of students and locals can be found lounging in armchairs, armed with laptops and java, at this Harvard Square cafe.... Read More

Chef Christopher Coombs and sommelier Jason Irving continue to shine as one of the Back Bay’s leading duets, bringing together thoughtful wine pairings... Read More

A favorite for hungry locals, this cafe earned its place as a Davis Square staple when the two owners/best friends realized they were crazy enough to... Read More

The Dunbar Tea Shop in Sandwich is perfect for afternoon tea, complete with scones and clotted cream. Antique pots line the walls of the yellow 1800... Read More

This historic restaurant was “established before you were born” and stands in Quincy Market as a Boston landmark. The menu is as authentic as it gets... Read More

Bathed in bright blue and surrounded by a school of kitschy, mounted sharks and sea bass, the friendly bartender gave me the run down on the freshness... Read More

The vibe at this always-packed Cambridge spot is boisterous and casual, but there’s serious food—and an ambitious mix of cuisines&mdash... Read More

Serving some of the freshest seafood in Boston, East Ocean City uses the highest quality ingredients to prepare authentic, affordable dishes. A staple... Read More

Boston’s brasserie scene is defined by this expansive, always-bustling institution in Kenmore Square. Read More

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