An integral part of the Chinatown scene, this bright and friendly restaurant serves Japanese and Korean food. The sushi is quite popular with the young regulars. Other exotic fare includes noodle dishes, Korean soups like Tu Gae Mae Un Tang (clams and vegetables in hot and spicy stew), and house specials such as Tang Su Yook (deep fried shrimp, beef, pork, or squid with sweet and sour sauce). For those with the late-night munchies, "midnight special boxes" are available. The restaurant has a full service bar.
This is one of the Chinatown restaurants where cooks from other establishments congregate. The interior consists of four booths and three tables. The menu lists several meat options with a choice of various additions, including peapods, cashews and almonds. There are scallion pancakes, Peking dumplings, pork with lily fungus flowers and squid with scallion and onion. Other specialties include bean curd, hot and sour soups, chow mein, chow foon and fried rice with tidbits of shrimp. Does not accept credit cards; accepts cash only.
This French wine bar and bistro is a Theater District hotspot, popular with young professionals with a taste for fine vintages. A black-and-white checkered floor, full bar and numerous wine racks give this establishment a Parisian feel. Begin your meal with a drink from the lengthy wine list. You can buy by the bottle, the glass or even have a sample. Then try the charcuterie, Duck Confit or Foie Gras. Save room for truffles and the cheese plate. Nightly jazz and a Tuesday night wine-tasting series add to the ambiance.
Located in the Theater District, Montien Boston restaurant gets a lot of pre-show traffic. It is also popular with local college students. The menu offers a wide range of seafood, rice dishes, curry and very yummy noodles. The thai selections are served along with some not-so-common choices, including Tom Yum Goong, a soup with kaffir lime leaves. Soft shell crabs with garlic and pepper are also quite good.
The main attraction at this classy Chinatown eatery is watching fish being pulled from the dining room tanks and taken to the kitchen for preparation. Fish is pan-fried or served raw. Choices include shrimp sashimi, soft-shell crab, chow foon, steamed fish, mussels and a variety of soups. There are many poultry and meat dishes on the menu as well. East Ocean City Restaurant has a full bar, electrifying neon lighting and Hong Kong décor. Patrons range from theater-goers to young club-hoppers, but they all tend to be well dressed. Validated parking is available.
Low prices and a diverse menu may be one of the reasons this Chinatown eatery is popular among Boston's younger set. The decor is plain, but the restaurant stays open late. The menu includes entrees to suit even the most unusual late-night cravings. Ox tongue and spam, anyone? More traditional snacks include subs, sandwiches and hot dogs. China Pearl Best Cafe also sells beer and wine to whet your palate!
1 Columbus Avenue Finale Park Plaza Boston, MA 02116
Try this exclusive dessert bar after a performance in the Theater District. The intimate, candlelit-dining area is perfect for couples sipping after-dinner drinks and friends sharing a dessert. Oversized mirrors above the handsome bar allow you to watch the dessert chefs work their magic. A take-out counter in back sells treats during daylight hours. Creme brulee, chocolate espresso mousse, strawberry bavarian, tiramisu and luscious mini tarts are among the best available. The apple cranberry pie, carrot cake, pear almond tart, and "Chocolate Decadence" cake also wonderful. Finale serves beer, wine and cordials.
Serving some of the largest portions ever seen on a single plate, this traditional Italian restaurant around the corner from the Park Plaza Hotel is sure to satisfy even the hungriest appetites. Red and white tablecloths contrast with a dark mahogany bar. The menu includes salads, antipasti, homemade pasta and prime rib. Try the spaghetti carbonara, mostaccioli, homemade gnocchi or the chicken giardiniera. For dessert, there is chocolate zuccoto cake, profiteroles and vanilla gelato. The restaurant, which has a full service bar, is quite crowded before Theater District shows.
83 Essex Street At Ping on Street Boston, MA 02111
This clean, multilevel eatery is in the heart of Chinatown. Inside, a casual atmosphere has plenty of glass and neon to capture your attention. The food here is both well-prepared and served quickly. The long menu offers many familiar options, but you have to ask about specials to sample the specialties of the house. Seafood is this restaurant's strength, including shrimp, clams, lobster and eel.It also has a full service bar.
The oldest German restaurant in Boston, Jacob Wirth Co. Restaurant dates back to 1886. The establishment has an antique, 19th-century feel but the food covers a wide range of choices. From imported ham sandwiches, to entrees featuring tenderloin, lamb and lobster, you will find something to meet your needs. Red cabbage and sauerkraut is made on the premises and the restaurant is also well known for its sausage and potato salad as well as its chowder. Jacob Wirth's also has live music shows.
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