Local Boston Restaurant Recommendations
JM Curley has one of Boston’s best burgers and you can often spot the city’s top chefs having a drink or dinner here after their shift. Check out the secret, 20-seat steakhouse in the back called “Bogie’s Place”.
Saltie Girl is not your typical seafood restaurant and is known for its intimate seafood bar. Don’t forget to try their specialty — a large collection of tinned fish and of course, their lobster roll.
Citrus & Salt
Enjoy creative MexCali coastal fare served up by Boston-based star chef Jason Santos. This restaurant offers over 100 tequilas and beach-y dining room that gives off pure Instagrammable vibes.
Deuxave has French-inspired New England cuisine from Chef Chris Coombs. The atmosphere here is elegant and modern, without feeling too stuffy.
Sorellina is a very romantic spot with delicious Northern Italian cuisine.
Neptune Oyster is consistently rated the best seafood in Boston, including a fantastic raw bar.
Red White Japanese Restaurant
If you’ve never had vegan ramen before, you won’t want to miss dining at Red White. We love slurping up any of their flavorful ramen noddle bowls, and their Buddha Rice Bowl is both delicious and healthy.
The Gallows is a popular gastropub in Boston’s trendy South End, supposedly built where public hangings once occurred. The atmosphere is dark and quirky, with fun cocktails and can’t-miss poutine.