Boston= lobsters, it is true that atlantic lobsters are definitely something you have to try if you are in the city, but Boston is not only seafood, and it offers many different tasty options for hungry people ;) Here's the list of my favorite restaurants in the city, bon appétit!
Boston=lobsters, è vero che le aragoste dell'Atlantico sono decisamente da provare se si è in città, ma Boston non è solo ristoranti di pesce, e offre varie deliziose opzioni per persone affamate ;)
Ecco la lista dei miei ristoranti preferiti in città, bon appétit!
Brunch and Breakfast
French toasts at MET
Bostonian-chic brunch spot on the elegant Newbury Street
A touch of France in New England, for european-nostalgic like me ;)
Two locations, the older one, but extremely small in Brookline, and the younger one, with more space to seat in Cambridge
An istitution, the America's oldest restaurant, best lobsters and clam chowder in town! One of Kennedy's favorite restaurant; at the second floor look for the table where the Kennedy family used to have dinner
For a more formal and elegant dinner, I love their crabcakes and lobster Fra Diavolo
The location at the waterfront, right in front of the Boston Harbour, the animated atmosphere at the bar and the good seafood, make Tia's an ideal place for a spring-summer dinner or lunch. Closed in winter.
4)Top of hub
For an elegant and romantic dinner or for a drink, the location is amazing and the view of all the city is breathtaking
A jazz club, a place for brunch, dinner and drink, always with the company of the best live jazz and blues music.
Kennedy family's table at Union Oyster House
Jazz brunch at Beehive!
Lobsters roll and Clam chowder at Tia's
A touch of Europe
A french style bistrot in the heart of South End, perfect for a Valentine's day dinner!
Another french restaurant, retrò atmosphere, cozy enviroment, special food, in Harvard Square, Cambridge.
In Brookline, a spanish restaurant and tapas bar with a cheerful enviroment.
A taste of Italy
Boston has really good italian restaurants especially in North End, the prettiest Little Italy I've seen in USA and my favourite area in Boston ( what can I say... Italy is Italy ) ;)
Real and good Italian food, the owner Signor Franco Graceffa is a very funny man and the atmosphere in his restaurant is very very italian!
Romantic spot for dinner and also for a drink...the bar is very intimate, try their calamari alla griglia and olive all'ascolana!;)
In elegant Charles Street, a refined and classy italian restaurant.
In the bohemian Sommerville, a very pretty italian spot with a very good pizza!
Cannoli madness at Mike's pastry
The best sushi restaurant in town, great location, private rooms for parties, a little bit expensive
In trendy south end, an indian restaurant with a chic enviroment
3) Garlic and Lemon
Located in Allston, not a fancy restaurant but a real fast food, the food is mostly lebanese/mediterranean, everything is delicious!