Restaurants in Massachusetts
Relaxed but upscale bistro on Davis Square.
It’s worth the wait for a table at Terra Luna in North Truro, where Raina Stefani serves up creative concoctions like ancho-and-coffee–rubbed New York strip steak or roasted free-range chicken with bread pudding.
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 road.
Appearances are deceiving at this downtown spot; the wood walls, square tables, and cramped dining area look more like interior of a diner than a chic restaurant. Chef Jeff Worster helms this eclectic, fast-paced location that specializes in, well, not specializing for breakfast and dinner.
The imagination of celebrity chef Todd English meets the freshest catch of the day at Kingfish Hall, one of Boston’s most acclaimed seafood eateries.
Serving pizza in the North End since 1926, Pizzeria Regina is widely considered Boston’s best old-school pizza joint. The no-frills landmark is a casual combo of checkered tablecloths and paper plates, but the pizza is anything but ordinary.
Though it has undergone changes in management and location since its debut in the 1960's, Emma's Pizzeria in Kendall Square continues to create the same thin-crust pizzas that made it popular.
Despite its setting in a nondescript basement, this casual eatery in Chinatown often has lines extending out the front door thanks to its extensive menu of authentic, inexpensive Cantonese cuisine.
This spot has been serving schnitzels, sauerbraten, and other German delights since 1935.
Fresh dough made daily is part of Sweet Tomatoes, Inc.’s recipe for a great Neapolitan-style, thin-crust pizza. Their location on Route 6A in Sandwich has both tables and a large rectangular wooden bar with Windsor stools, as well as flat-screen TVs for entertainment.
Located just off Main Street, this popular seafood restaurant is housed in a small, wood-shingled building
Inspired by the 1920’s and 30’s, this eclectic restaurant combines a whimsical bohemian style with old Hollywood glamour. The museum-like interior contains 19th-century stained glass; photographs of famed pinup girl Dita von Teese; Henri G.