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Food scene in Boston

American Restaurant
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“I bring all my guests here. There is live music overnight. It's also a full service restaurant. Very class & casual. ”
155local recommendations
Vegetarian / Vegan Restaurant
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“Great Vegan and Vegetarian food. Try the Green Goddess and fantastic smoothies!”
130local recommendations
American Restaurant
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“Soaring 52 floors above the Back Bay, Top of the Hub’s award winning cuisine, service and ambiance of comfortable sophistication blend with the serenity of Boston’s best skyline views to deliver a truly one-of-a-kind dining experience.”
105local recommendations
Pastry Shop
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“Of course you need to see Mike's Pastry.... However, the best pastries are a bit down the street ;)”
90local recommendations
Tapas Restaurant
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“The #1 tapas plate is the grilled corn. Sounds simple, but it's quite the opposite!”
92local recommendations
Mediterranean Restaurant
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“One of our favorite spots in and around Boston. This Turkish/Middle Eastern spot is especially great for vegetarians too! ”
78local recommendations
Rock Club
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“Live music / bar. Lots of live music options in central square, this is one of the more popular ones. ”
78local recommendations
Ice Cream Shop
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“This is the best ice cream in town, if you ask me. It's not easy to get to on public transportation. If you are visiting the Museum of Science or the Cambridgeside Galleria (a mall) stop by Toscanini's for their burnt caramel ice cream or early grey flavor or green tea or fresh peach or....”
76local recommendations
Fried Chicken Joint
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“Korean grocery chain offering wide range of Asian groceries. The front of a store is a food court selling sushi, curry, and baked goods.”
67local recommendations
Ice Cream Shop
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“Can't go wrong with J.P. Licks ice cream. There are two local spots. Jamaica Plain is where you will find their 1st shop. You may also head over to JP Licks in Mission Hill/Tremont which is closer to our neighborhood”
89local recommendations
Dessert Shop
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“Acorn Street in Beacon Hill is a popular photo pitstop, surrounded by 19th century brick brownstones and cobblestone streets. Also, Charles Street has a lot of quaint boutique shops. ”
50local recommendations
New American Restaurant
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“Top of the line restaurant with you guessed it, only 10 tables. They have added a tiny bar area. Highly recommended. A bit pricey. Reservations required.”
71local recommendations
Seafood Restaurant
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“I love sitting on the balcony eating oysters overlooking the Harbor on a beautiful day!”
53local recommendations
Brewery
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“The number one reason to visit Harpoon is to have a pretzel. They are warm, soft and come with an array of dipping sauces. Hands down best pretzel ever, and the beer is okay too. ”
68local recommendations
American Restaurant
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“Could probably consider this one upscale pub food - they do a really nice job with atmosphere and the food ha never let me down! Good for dinner, lunch, brunch!”
53local recommendations
Meze Restaurant
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“A modern Mediterranean menu, featuring meze & Middle Eastern favorites, offered in colorful digs.”
53local recommendations