Culinary Gems: Discover the Top Restaurants in Boston

Mamma Maria

Located in the North End, Mamma Maria is known for its authentic Italian cuisine and warm ambiance. It's a popular spot for classic Italian dishes and homemade pasta.

A small and acclaimed seafood restaurant in the North End, famous for its fresh oysters, lobster rolls, and other delicious seafood options.

Neptune Oyster

Myers + Chang

This hip and modern eatery in the South End serves inventive Asian-inspired cuisine with a focus on bold flavors and unique combinations.

Offering Mediterranean and Middle Eastern flavors, Oleana is a popular spot in Cambridge. Its charming outdoor patio adds to the dining experience.



Another well-known Italian restaurant in the North End, Giacomo's is famous for its delicious pasta dishes and seafood.

A lively Spanish-style tapas bar in the South End, Toro serves a wide variety of small plates and has a great selection of wines and cocktails.


Located in Fort Point, Row 34 is a seafood-centric restaurant offering an array of oysters and other seafood delicacies. 

Row 34

Known for its farm-to-table approach, Craigie on Main offers a rotating menu of locally-sourced and seasonal dishes.2. 

Craigie on Main

If you're a sushi enthusiast, O Ya is a top-notch sushi restaurant in the Leather District known for its exquisite and inventive omakase.

O Ya

Another outstanding sushi spot, Uni, located in Back Bay, offers a unique fusion of Japanese and Peruvian flavors.


With multiple locations in the city, Tatte is a popular bakery offering a wide range of pastries, sandwiches, and brunch items.

Tatte Bakery & Cafe