89 Broad Street Hilton Financial District Boston Hotel Boston, MA 02110
The Caliterra Bar & Grille at the Hilton in the Financial District serves cuisine influenced by Northern California and Tuscany in Italy. The large, L-shaped dining room features red mahogany columns and walls with impressive murals. The restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. Thin-crusted brick-oven pizza is on the menu and seared halibut and grilled pork tenderloin are two of the house specialties. Enjoy these tasty preparations with a wine from the bar.
Pagliuca's Restaurant is another one of the very small Italian restaurants that calls the North End home. Pagliuca's serves traditional Italian cuisine which is standard home-style fare with several antipasto choices and many pasta selections. The menu also features some quality seafood or chicken entrees. There isn't much in the way of atmosphere here with paper place mats on the tables and linoleum-covered floors but the food and prices more than make up for it. Alcohol is served.
60 School Street Omni Parker House Hotel Boston, MA 02108
This elegant establishment, with its dark woodwork and glimmering chandeliers, offers traditional New England cuisine with an upscale twist. Located in the Omni Parker House Hotel, this restaurant is the home of Boston cream pie, but that isn't the only draw. The menu changes seasonally and features such favorites such as Pot Roast. The Clam Chowder is also excellent as are the seafood entrees. The restaurant has a full service bar and piano entertainment.
This North End pizzeria first opened in 1926. Today, you'll find many branches of this popular local chain around Boston, but this flagship eatery is where to go for the authentic experience. The restaurant is small and resembles a bar more than a pizzeria, but the pizza is outstanding, featuring a thin crust and the Pizzeria Regina's own sauce. Traditional toppings are offered, as well as gourmet selections like roasted eggplant, jalapeno peppers and marinated artichoke hearts. Serves beer and wine. Does not accept credit cards, cash only.
This Italian restaurant is smaller than many other eateries in the North End with capacity for 24 patrons but it is quite popular. Space is tight and the tables are small, but the food is outstanding and portions are large. Start with a casear salad followed by a large choice of pasta selections, including a linguine marinara. Braised pork and beef and seared salmon are also among the offerings. Serves beer and wine. Accepts only cash and no credit cards at all.
This Cambridge restaurant stands apart from the other Portuguese eateries in the area and its focus is on food from the Azores. The interior dining room is somewhat small with art reflecting the restaurant's European homeland. Sometimes it's a wonder that the portions even fit on the plates. The specialty of the house, salt cod, is a huge portion. This fish is offered three different ways every night. The Portugalia features a full service bar.
A young crowd packs this bar near Faneuil Hall every weekend. The Purple Shamrock features live music every night The food here is quite good and the menu includes a wide range of soups and salads and steak and seafood entrees. A blend of Irish and New England preparations, guests will find it difficult to make up their mind when it's time to eat. Live music and karaoke are added features of this club.
If you have difficulty making choices, this place is your nightmare as there are over 100 different beers to choose from behind the bar. Bukowski's is a thoroughly pleasant place to enjoy a pint and some simple pub-style food. The menu features the popular Bukowski burger as well as entrees ranging from wraps and tuna melts to buffalo wings and veggie kabobs. A mixed crowd frequents this establishment for lunch, dinner and late night. The young, hip crowd mixes it up with the business types.
Located in Central Square, this artsy bar and restaurant has a classy clientele and the decor has an Iberian feel. Spanish singers occasionally perform sets in the middle of the dining room. The Spanish-American menu here attracts diners from around town. The various tapas are especially good for groups, the mussels are popular and the pork chops, lobster salad and broiled halibut are all reasonably priced. The wine list is on the short side, with several red and white selections.
Part of the Faneuil Hall cornucopia of bars, this fun Irish bar, which doubles as a French bistro, provides plenty of stout, folk music and brogues. Compared to other pubs in the area that host college-aged crowds, this Victorian-style bar attracts an older, more relaxed crowd. There are two floors of this establishment with the second floor serving as the bistro. Menu items include Irish favorites like fish and chips, shepherd's pie and mixed grill. The scallops and lobster entrée is recommended as are the chicken selections.
The prices may be steep, but it includes stunning views
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District Restaurant and Lounge is definitely one of the most
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