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American | Brighton
Henrietta's Table
American | Harvard Square
Gyu-Kaku - Cambridge
Japanese | Cambridge
Railstop Restaurant & Bar
Contemporary American | Brighton
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Seafood | Harvard Square
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Fleming's Steakhouse - BostonFleming's Steakhouse - Boston
2072 reviews
Steak | Theater District, Boston

Was my first time eating at Flemings. Went with 4 other adults. Sat at a round table wich was perfect for conversation. Our waiter Christopher was superb. Some of the adults didn't speak fluent English and Christopher was extremely patient with them. We all enjoyed our meals. We were allowed to talk and didn't feell rushed. More

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Masa - BostonMasa - Boston
2331 reviews
Latin American | South End, Boston

Fantastic tapas and bar service! The chorizo, chiccarones, and plantains are all must-repeaters. The tuna entree was a big disappointment- previously frozen, stiff, bland tuna w nothing distinctive. That said, the apps and service more than made up for that. More

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1809 reviews
Italian | North End, Boston

Great food and service. Made birthday special!! More

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2023 reviews
Italian | Hingham, Boston Suburbs

The food and service was excellent as usual. We have always had a great meal. Cheryl our server was wonderful as well. That’s why we keep going back More

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Strip by StregaStrip by Strega
842 reviews
Steakhouse | Theater District, Boston

Food was phenomenal, service was fantastic. We will definitely be back! More

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508 reviews
Italian | Cambridge, Boston

I've eaten at Viale several times. The food is always delicious. The cocktails are tasty, too. More

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City Tap-BostonCity Tap-Boston
320 reviews
American | Seaport, Boston

The corn dip was amazing, as were the wings (which had a unique spice blend that included cinnamon)! We also had a bacon cheeseburger, which was delicious as well. The bacon was a step above what you normally get on a burger, a very nice touch. The waiter we had was also super professional and helpful. More

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Smith & Wollensky Boston – Atlantic WharfSmith & Wollensky Boston – Atlantic Wharf
1764 reviews
Steakhouse | Seaport, Boston

Very good service and food. More

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The Outlook Kitchen and Bar at The Envoy HotelThe Outlook Kitchen and Bar at The Envoy Hotel
263 reviews
Contemporary American | Seaport, Boston

Chef Tatiana is incredibly talented. The food, drinks and service were top notch. Pleasant atmosphere. More

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Sixth Gear - Cask & KitchenSixth Gear - Cask & Kitchen
14 reviews
American | South Boston, Boston

Came here with my girls' part of our girls' weekend. They have a 90s hip hop brunch every 1st Sunday of the month and found that to be a bit disappointing as it was just 90s tunes playing with no other themes adding to it (like hiphop themed drinks/food, outfits etc.). If they do ramp that up it would definitely be another star!. Other than that the service was great, albeit our food did take some time to come out, BUT when it did WOW WOW WOW so good! My Good Morning Pizza was so big that I had to take some with me even AFTER I shared with BOTH of my girls (they kindly provided a plastic bag for me to make a portable cooler- to keep it refrigerated until I got to a fridge- with the ice from the ice bucket that held our champagne for our mimosas, which were great too!) . The food I sampled off their plates, the S'mores French Toast and the Chicken and Waffle Sandwich were also heavenly! And the bill was not bad at all for ordering our food plus splitting a table mimosa (which came out to be about 2 mimosas per person for 3 people) - a little less than $30 per person. Overall if you could just be a little patient for the food , it's a great place to come and eat and drink while bopping to some 90s hiphop jams :) More

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Table1. Table
44 reviews
Contemporary American | Barrington, Rhode Island

Impeccable!!! Everything was perfect from the service to the food to the dessert!!! More

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Club Car2. Club Car
8 reviews
Farm-to-table | Nantucket, Cape Cod and the Islands

This is a great place for sharing plates, in fact it’s encouraged but not required! We started with a stuffed artichoke which was tender and flavorful. Then moved onto the the cauliflower which is perfectly cooked and spiced in a most unusual way! For our larger plate we chose duck confit salad with a perfectly poached egg, another great combination! This is fast becoming one of my favorite places on Nantucket, healthy, creative and delicious fare! You must try it! More

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The Table at Season To Taste3. The Table at Season To Taste
577 reviews
Contemporary French / American | Cambridge, Boston

Excellent pace to the meal. Server was helpful and vapored in with courses and wine pairings. The room allowed for an uninterrupted conversation and delightful experience. Back soon. More

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Bouchard Restaurant and Inn4. Bouchard Restaurant and Inn
2560 reviews
Contemporary French | Newport, Rhode Island, Rhode Island

Awesome! Waiter Dan was knowledgeable about menu and preferences/pairings. Couldn’t ask for a better experience! More

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Brassica Kitchen5. Brassica Kitchen
466 reviews
French American | Jamaica Plain, Boston

Food was excellent. Great cocktails! I will be back! More

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Art E PizzaArt E Pizza
Pizzeria | Springfield, Massachusetts, Western MA

Every dish, cooked to perfection!
There's much to eat, drink, and enjoy here. So, take your time, look around, and learn all there is to know about us.

With 20 years of experience cooking in the finest restaurants, our chef is excited to present their vision to you and all our guests. Our caring and committed staff will ensure you have a fantastic experience with us.More

Backyard Betty'sBackyard Betty's
American | South Boston, Boston

Welcome to Backyard Betty's!

Like your favorite childhood cookout, but better. Now open in Southie! American classics, backyard cookout cuisine, & comfort eats with a wood grill, rotisserie, and smoker.More

Blend PVDBlend PVD
Latin American | Providence, Rhode Island

Blend is a Latin Fusion restaurant featuring authentic classic food dishes and drinks with flavors from Latin American and Caribbean Countries,with a modern twist. We allow hookah smoking on our all season patio. To reserve this seating please select outdoor when making your reservation (if available). More

Cafe Arielle at the Stabin MuseumCafe Arielle at the Stabin Museum
Contemporary American | Easton, Boston Suburbs

Café Arielle provides a unique dining experience in a stunning setting with a beautiful outdoor dining patio, pure and simple café menu, full bar, a children's play area and galleries full of mesmerizing art in the Stabin Museum. More

The Black RoseThe Black Rose
Irish | Faneuil Hall, Boston

For the past 40 years, The Black Rose has been Boston’s premier Irish pub and restaurant. Located in the heart of Boston’s historic Faneuil Hall and steps from the city’s celebrated waterfront, The Black Rose has been serving up perfect pints of Guinness and traditional Irish fare 365 days a year since 1976. It’s a beloved Boston institution, prompting the Boston Globe to call it “The Fenway Park of Irish pubs.”

It’s name comes from the Gaelic term “Roisin Dubh” or the small black rose, which originates from a 17th century poem inked by an anonymous author who wrote: “Over the highways and byways the pilgrim goes aflame with the name of my small black rose.”

This is the essence of the Black Rose: an experience to stimulate the senses and create memories for years to come.

Pints are poured by staff with authentic brogues, the cuisine is authentic yet inventive, and there is live Irish music seven nights a week, all year round. More

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Beantown, dubbed for the baked beans that put the city on the map, is about far more than beans these days. Local restaurants channel the region’s farm-to-table traditions and celebrate the iconic seafood of New England’s coast—no trip to the region is complete without a proper lobster (pronounced “lob-stah,” steamed and served with butter and corn on-the-cob), freshly shucked oysters, fried clams—you name it. Hometown to a handful of internationally influential female restaurateurs and the inimitable legacy of Julia Child, who called Cambridge home, Boston will always be a city where liberal sensibilities meet a global approach, in politics and on the plate.

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