Restaurants in Massachusetts

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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

This itty-bitty Back Bay corner cafe is best known for waking up the busy Bostonian with a perfectly crafted breakfast sandwich. Try the Green Madame,... Read More

Inspired by the south of France, this widely acclaimed Bay Village bistro specializes in simple, authentic French-Mediterranean fare. Read More

The Wall of Fame at Moby Dick’s is covered with framed photos of patrons who bought Moby Wear in the gift shop and then sent a picture of... Read More

A Harvard landmark since 1960, this no-frills burger joint isn’t glamorous, though it has made Hollywood cameos in both Good Will Hunting and The Social... Read More

Joanne Chang and Chris Myers bring together a range of elevated street foods from Vietnam and Thailand (among other places) in their South End location. Read More

The Naked Oyster goes one step farther in its focus on fresh and local: The restaurant has its own oyster beds in the harbor. Located on Main Street in... Read More

The heart of New England cuisine is seafood, and this restaurant keeps the lobsters alive in their multiple hundred-gallon tanks until they’re... Read More

Owner Jeff Nance holds court over this tiny North End oyster bar, where bivalves are king. Try the daily special (top honors to Sunday’s lobster roll... Read More

One of the few non-Italian eateries in the North End, Neptune Oyster serves a menu of gourmet New England fare. Try the seared Georges Bank scallops,... Read More

Barbara Lynch continues to oversee one of the city’s most well-regarded tasting menus at No. 9 Park, where the dim lighting serves as a fine backdrop... Read More

The flagship eatery of famed Boston restaurateur and James Beard Award-winning chef Barbara Lynch, No. 9 Park has been a mainstay on the city’s... Read More

Tucking into this tiny garden of expertly prepared sashimi delights is the perfect way to spend an hour or three in downtown Boston. Read More

This restaurant, like its menu, is quaint with an understated eccentricity—and serves up one of Boston’s most extravagant dining experiences. Try the... Read More

The Fairmont Copley Plaza’s well-stocked barroom comes with a vintage wine list sophisticated enough to impress even the most discerning sommeliers.... Read More

Try to get a table overlooking the sandy beach at the Ocean House Restaurant, in Dennisport, and go deep into the land of fusion. (Roasted black cod... Read More

About 20 minutes from the city, this unassuming Brookline joint is often lauded as the best sushi restaurant in the Boston area. The no-frills interior... Read More

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