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Japanese
Downtown & Waterfront
15 reviews
Tucked away on a side street near South Station, O Ya is devilishly hard to find, but that hasn't stopped local foodies from discovering it and raving about the swoon-worthy sushi. — Michelin Guide
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Vegan and Vegetarian
Cambridge
15 reviews
If you can, secure a table here on the blissful, wisteria-laden patio, where you can linger over Mediterranean-fused lamb steak with fava-bean moussaka. — Rough Guide
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Italian
West End & North End
14 reviews
Raising the (oyster) bar to new heights. — Bon Appétit
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Vegan and Vegetarian
South End, Chinatown, Leather District & Theater District
15 reviews
The menu may read adventurous, but it never disappoints. The nasi goreng alone will have you coming back for more. — On the Grid
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Vegan and Vegetarian
Cambridge
15 reviews
Expensive and slow but wonderful French-American bistro on Main St. — Not For Tourists
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American
Kenmore Sq & Fenway
10 reviews
Island Creek Oyster Bar offers fresh and locally sustained seafood, including raw bar items of mostly in-state-sourced oysters and shellfish, along with striped bass ceviche and fluke crudo. — Gayot
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American
Back Bay
12 reviews
It looks like all the other beef barns: high ceilings, marble columns, white tablecloths and white-jacket clad waiters, lawyers and brokers whooping it up with trophy wives over trophy wines. — Time Out
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Italian
Beacon Hill & Boston Common
14 reviews
No. 9 Park’s refined kitchen offers a menu of classic country fare from southern France and Italy, but Lynch really shines in her signature dishes. Chef’s tasting menu available. — Where
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Spanish
South End, Chinatown, Leather District & Theater District
15 reviews
Displaying all the brick-and-wood rusticity of its progenitors, it contains an open kitchen turning out Spanish tidbits, authentic in spirit as well as in their ingredients. — Gayot
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American
Cambridge
11 reviews
Down a cobbled brick passageway in the heart of Harvard Square you'll find this sophisticated shrine to New England cuisine. — Fodor's
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American
Cambridge
10 reviews
Chef Jason Bond spent 20 years in the kitchens of other people’s New England restaurants before venturing out on his own with Bondir. — Time Out
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Burgers
Cambridge
12 reviews
Classic burger joint across from the Yard. — Not For Tourists
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American
Downtown & Waterfront
12 reviews
The oldest restaurant in Boston jumped on the 19th-century oyster craze long before any other raw bars in the city even existed. — Travel + Leisure
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Burgers
Back Bay
8 reviews
With Clio, Ken Oringer developed a reputation for groundbreaking creativity---at wallet-crumpling prices. — Gayot
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American
9 reviews
Geographically, this raucous restaurant is in Somerville, but in spirit it's on a Southern back road. — Frommer's
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American
11 reviews
This spanking-new place in a cozy subterranean space is offering a brand-new take on American cooking. — Lonely Planet
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Burgers
Kenmore Sq & Fenway
8 reviews
Although the main courses—ribs, pulled pork, brisket, fried chicken—are scrumptious, the best item on the menu is the buttermilk biscuits. — Frommer's
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American
Seaport District & South Boston
12 reviews
Although it is open all year, this Fort Point Channel restaurant is best in summer, when diners can sit outdoors at picnic tables and wield heavy stones to crush lobster and crab shells. — DK Eyewitness
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American
Seaport District / South Boston Waterfront
11 reviews
This “sleek” Fort Point sibling to Island Creek Oyster Bar “hits all the right notes” with “fresh”, “crisp”, “beautifully prepared” seafood. — Zagat
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American
Kenmore Sq & Fenway
12 reviews
At the Hotel Commonwealth with lip-smackingly good drinks. — Not For Tourists
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