Restaurants in Massachusetts
Grab a lunch of gourmet grilled sandwiches.
The breakfast joint serves delicious pancakes in a cheerfull atmosphere.
This popular after-work spot in Boston’s Financial District holds spirits tastings on Tuesday nights and serves signature drinks like Liquid Jailtime: strawberry-infused cachaça with muddled pink peppercorns.
The Tibetan restaurant serves yak that is spicy and tender. Order yours with a glass of robust Cabernet.
Abba, in Orleans, is widely touted as the Cape’s best restaurant. Israeli-born chef Erez Pinhas dips into his heritage for dishes like falafel in a tahini-amba sauce, then spins the globe to Asia; his shrimp-and-lobster pad thai has a cultlike following.
With specialties that include baked macaroni and cheese, marinated steak tips, and some of the most affordable, well-mixed cocktails in the city, it’s easy to understand the longstanding popularity of Silvertone Bar & Grill.
Southampton-style chic officially arrived in Nantucket when this 60-seat hot spot opened in 2006.
Since 1904, many locals have been making the trip across the Charles River to East Boston to enjoy the authentic pies at Santarpio's. The eatery is known for its crispy-crusted Neapolitan pizza with edges slightly blackened from the brick oven.
Relaxed but upscale bistro on Davis Square.
The Langham Hotel is kicking off the 21st season of its chocolate buffet.