Boston's Best Restaurants
Boston has an abundance of incredible restaurants so picking 10 favorites was a challenging task. While Boston is well-known for its fantastically fresh seafood, I also discovered some outstanding steakhouses that deliver some of the finest cuts of beef in town. Here are my top picks for the city’s best world-class dining:
At Artisan Bistro at the Ritz-Carlton Boston Common, Chef Andrew Yeo focuses on seafood dishes churning out plates like Georges Bank cod, seared diver scallops and his signature grilled oysters.
10 Avery Street, Boston
The Café at Taj Boston just might be the best place in the city to go for a special occasion dinner. Executive Chef Michael Mandato has recently revamped the menus here to offer dishes like pan seared lemon sole with lobster risotto and English peas as well as Angus beef strip steak.
15 Arlington Street, Boston
The Bristol Lounge
200 Boylston Street, Boston
You don’t have to go into the North End for a taste of Italy. Davio’s Northern Italian Steakhouse’s specialties include Philly cheese steak rolls, Kobe beef meatballs, Bolognese and bone-in ribeye.
Davio’s Northern Italian Steakhouse
75 Arlington Street, Boston
Seasoned steaks, an incredible view and one of the city’s hottest restaurants, Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steak House delivers some of the best cuts of beef in town.
Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steak House
250 Northern Avenue, Boston
Lobster rolls, fried clams and super sized oysters never tasted fresher than from the third floor roof deck or al fresco picnic tables on the first floor dining room at Legal Harborside.
270 Northern Avenue, Boston
We are so proud of Chef Barbara Lynch whose Menton restaurant recently named a Grand Chef Relais & Châteaux property
354 Congress Street, Boston
Where else in Boston can you order up a bone-in Delmonico with two eggs over easy all before 9 a.m.? Why Mooo, of course! This steakhouse located in XV Beacon serves up rich, juicy steaks from morning until evening.
15 Beacon Street, Boston
Exquisite food with an amazing view of Boston is exactly what Top of the Hub promises to deliver high atop the Prudential Center.
Top of the Hub
800 Boylston Street, Boston
A new chef (Mark Allen) and new menus are just a few reasons why Towne Stove and Spirits continues to shine in the Back Bay.
Towne Stove and Spirits
900 Boylston Street, Boston