Restaurants in Massachusetts

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Located in the Garage, a small Harvard Square mall, this quick-service eatery is known for its authentic and affordable Vietnamese cuisine. The dining... Read More

The chowder served at every Presidential inauguration since 1981 is a must-try in Boston, even if you can only manage an airport taste-test ten minutes... Read More

LTK was one of the first trendsetters to embrace the adolescent Seaport District. One of the seafood chain Legal Seafood’s many outposts, this... Read More

The Tibetan restaurant serves yak that is spicy and tender. Order yours with a glass of robust Cabernet. Read More

Serving contemporary American cuisine, Lineage in Coolidge Corner serves seasonal salads, pastas, and fish dishes. Grilled Scottish salmon usually makes... Read More

When this boundary-breaking restaurant opened its doors this May, every head in Boston turned to peer through the enormous arched windows for a glimpse... Read More

Southampton-style chic officially arrived in Nantucket when this 60-seat hot spot opened in 2006. The concept behind Lo La 41° (devised by David... Read More

The neon-lit exterior of the Lobster Pot, in Provincetown, makes it an often-photographed spot. Order the lobster as God intended it—steamed, with... Read More

Housed in a former ice cream parlor, Lumière is a celebrated French restaurant serving innovative dishes from chef Michael Leviton.... Read More

Known for serving haute French-New England cuisine since 1978, the arrival of Chef Frank McClelland in 1988 has brought L’Espalier unrivaled accolades,... Read More

Set on the Wellfleet town pier, Mac's is a local takeout institution. Read More

Known for its fresh, simply prepared dishes like baked cod, fried prawns, and steamed mussels. Read More

At the laid-back tavern, locals gather to dine on fresh seafood dishes such as lobster mac and cheese. Read More

For a pre-theater dinner or an affordable lunch buffet, Bostonians head to Mantra, a French-Indian fusion restaurant located between the theater... Read More

Known for his French cuisine at Pigalle, Boston chef Marc Orfaly now transports North End diners to Rome at Marco. Inside the second-story trattoria, a... Read More

Taking its namesake from the Italian word for sea, Mare focuses on using local, organic, and sustainable ingredients, including cultivated shellfish and... Read More

The fourth-oldest restaurant in Boston was built on Bosworth Street in 1885, and the moody lighting, white marble bar and tiled floors haven’t changed... Read More

The local seafood shack has outdoor tables set alongside boat slips. Read More

This is what happens when Red Sox fans take over a traditional Irish pub. In 1894, it was the place to be for both ballplayers (including Babe Ruth),... Read More

Situated in the Chestnut Hill neighborhood, The Metropolitan Club is a classic steakhouse updated with an eclectic New American menu (although the steak... Read More

Designed by the clothier herself, Michal Negrin’s ethereal and romantic boutique is where semi-casual, modern style gets a Victorian touch. Window... Read More

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