Great Places in Boston
Lobster and clam chowder may be what immediately come to mind when you think of the Boston food scene, but there's so much more than seafood when it comes to New England's culinary hot spot. As we head into the fall, we're exploring all Bean Town has to offer and while that does include some of the most popular food items, we're also getting a deep dive into the diverse fare of this historical mecca.
The places listed are just a few we have our eyes on for the FALL issue:
Union Oyster House
The Union Oyster House, located on the Freedom Trail near Faneuil Hall, enjoys the unique distinction of being America's oldest restaurant. This Boston fixture, housed in a building dating back to Pre-Revolutionary days, started serving food in 1826 and has continued ever since with the stalls and oyster bar, where Daniel Webster was a constant customer, in their original positions.
Kowloon Restaurant, with a capacity of 1200 seats, was established by the Wong Family in 1950 and has grown to become one of the premier multi-concept dining establishments in the United States. For generations the Wong family continues its tradition with providing top notch fresh, delicious cuisine in a traditional-themed atmosphere with outstanding entertainment.
Several MA Locations
Zaftigs Delicatessen has been open in Brookline since 1997, serving traditional Jewish-style offerings of corned beef, pastrami, potato pancakes and chicken soup in addition to over 200 creative and diverse menu items prepared in a scratch kitchen. The Banana Stuffed French Toast is legendary and breakfast is served all day.
Bricco serves sophisticated "boutique" Italian cuisine offering a modern interpretation of regional Italian dishes. Bricco's cuisine is complemented by an award-wining wine list with a vast selection of fine European and California wines. With a warm welcome, incomparable cuisine and a lively scene, experience a slice of Italy at Bricco.
Multiple Massachusetts locations
The Fours Restaurant and Sports Bar serves passionate fans among memorabilia that captures the excitement and lore of Boston sports. With locations in Boston, Quincy, and Norwell, The Fours has become a New England tradition and the preferred meeting place of sports legends and fans.
Strega has became famous for its dramatic decor, celebrity clientele, unmatched hospitality and its unforgettable Italian cuisine. Located at Fan Pier in Boston's Seaport District, Strega Waterfront is one of Boston's foremost dining destination with breathtaking oceanfront views, dazzling interiors and a new twist on its famous Italian cuisine.