Restaurants in Massachusetts

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Sunday brunch at this award-winning Cambridge classic is an elegant affair. Since the 1970s, the kitchen has seen the culinary finesse of dozens of... Read More

This Harvard Square eatery celebrates classic New England cuisine with dishes crafted by chef Mary Dumont, who formerly appeared on the Food Network... Read More

Nine Zero Hotel’s hip, vintage lounge has all the ingredients of a casual, relaxing night in for one good time out. A resident DJ spins the soundtrack... Read More

Since its 2007 debut, this Somerville eatery has become a hot spot among locals. Beneath wire loop light fixtures, patrons pack in the small, blue-and... Read More

This laid-back farm-to-table restaurant is dear to the hearts of Somerville brunch-goers. A Southern-style Sunday brunch comes with a side of live... Read More

This spot is the failsafe date night go-to in the inherently romantic Beacon Hill neighborhood. In the midst of winter, sitting concealed in this... Read More

Even Boston’s Brahmins go bonkers for this homey neighborhood joint where chef Barry Maiden marries greenmarket sensibility to down-home... Read More

For sushi as fresh as it gets, Inaho, in Yarmouthport, has the requisite shoji screens and a Japanese garden out back. Read More

With its own oyster farm in Duxbury, Massachusetts, the Island Creek Oyster Bar is primed to bring briny flavors to Kenmore Square every night of the... Read More

This chic seafood shack is set up curbside at Kenmore Square, glowing with the triumph of a hard-won oyster harvest. Plucked straight from Island Creek... Read More

A 70-year-old landmark on the North Shore's "Clam Alley," serving excellent deep-fried bellies beside a tranquil salt marsh. Read More

Marked by a large, vintage clock suspended over the door, this legendary German beer hall’s antiquated facade stands out on the border of Chinatown.... Read More

With kitschy decor that includes lobsters painted on the walls and brown paper tablecoths, Jasper White's Summer Shack attempts to capture the feel of a... Read More

A kitschy remix of a shoreside seafood joint, takes fish and chips, fried clam rolls, and corn dogs to unexpected heights. Read More

Named after Boston’s most celebrated mayor and noted man of the people, this Ladder District eatery is known for its stellar starters, which include... Read More

In the warmer months, the smell of baking cones wafts from this ice cream shop near Steamship Wharf and often encourages a hearty line out the front... Read More

Oz has come to East Boston with this tiny eatery that serves up a selection of meat-centric pies full of braised lamb shank, curried vegetables, and... Read More

Far from traditional, KO Prime updates the classic steakhouse concept with an extensive selection of seafood, game, and offal as well as vegetarian... Read More

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