If you’re a huge foodie like me, Boston is the best place to satisfy your appetite. From Italian food in the North End, to the best seafood caught on the daily, I’m here to give you a rundown of the top 10 restaurants in Boston.
A good brunch place right in the middle of the best street to shop on, what more could a girl want? Stephanie’s on Newbury is a beloved staple, offering great dining and people watching all in one.
Favorite Dish: French Toast
With a stunning view of the ocean and 3 floors of dining, the Legal Harborside is tough to beat. The 3 levels offer a wide range of dining experiences, with casual on the first floor, formal on the second, and a trendy bar scene on the third level as a rooftop lounge. This is one of the first stops I make when I come home from college.
Favorite dish: New England Clam Chowder
Another star seafood restaurant in Boston. I can’t say enough good things about their food, especially their lobster roll. This is a very popular spot, so plan on waiting for a table, but let me tell you it’s worth it.
Favorite dish: Lobster Roll
This little shop tucked away in the North End is a hidden gem. It’s the perfect casual stop for anyone in a rush or just looking for a really good slice of pizza. For a small shop, they have a lot of variety with many signature slices that are to die for.
Favorite Dish: Buffalo Chicken Pizza
Looking for an upscale restaurant for a night out? Davio’s is your best bet. The service is excellent and the food is top-notch, making it definitely worth the price.
Fav: Kobe Beef Meatballs (literally life changing they are so good)
Think trendy and different. Those are the two words I’d use to describe their burgers. The menu is filled with burger combos that will suit anyone’s cravings and will leave you feeling like you’re in a food coma. Don’t forget to order a frappe to really fully experience what the ultimate cheat day is like. This is definitely one of the top 10 restaurants in Boston!
Favorite Dish: The Green Monstah Burger
I honestly didn’t even know there were so many different types of oysters until I came here. This sleek spot is the place to go to get the best oysters in Boston. The food is really fresh and the menu is always changing, so you will never get bored with the selection offered.
Favorite dish: Peter’s Point
You can’t go wrong with the North End, but you really can’t go wrong at Quattro! This little Italian restaurant has a good sized menu all with authentic and well crafted dishes. From pasta and paninis, to calzones and pizza, there is something for everyone.
Favorite Dish: Parma Prosciutto Pizza
Picco is the place to go for a good meal and AMAZING dessert. The pizza doesn’t disappoint but the real star of the show is their homemade ice cream. With both standard and seasonal flavors, you are bound to find one you love.
Favorite Dish: Dark Chocolate Ice Cream
Modern instead of Mike’s? How dare she! I know, this may come as a surprise, but as a cannoli connoisseur, I honestly prefer Modern Pastry. They always make the order fresh right in front of you and have a huge selection of goodies to spend literally all your money on.
Favorite Dish: Cannoli with Chocolate Chips