Since 1929, Caffe Vittoria has been serving espresso and gelati to the Italian community of the North End. On weekends, a lively post-dinner crowd keeps the place humming until late at night. Chrome dominates the four levels with three bars, numerous parlor tables and shiny bakery cases. The enticements include traditional tiramisu, connoli, biscotti and more. Lounge at the bar that serves a fine cappuccino with Sambuca! Credit cards are not accepted.
This coffeehouse's dining area is set apart from the front counter, so those who want to sit and enjoy their coffee can do so with a little less noise from the grinder. Just before you enter their dining area, you will notice all the necessary condiments you need, in order to make your meal more enjoyable. For Starbucks lovers, their cappuccino smoothie tastes just like a Frapuccino. If you're in need of something more substantial, their wraps, salads, sandwiches and baked goods will hit the spot.
In the greenbelt oasis of Boston's Post Office Square, Sip Cafe's sunny seating area and green interior blend seamlessly into the surroundings. The coffee at Sip is phenomenal in terms of taste and origin. Only one vendor, George Howell, supplies Sip's entire selection of their single origin house coffee. Be wary though, Sip specifically uses a light roast that packs more caffeine into a cup than less zealous coffee fanatics are used to. With a whole range of sandwiches, soups, and other snacks made from local produce, Sip Cafe is the perfect place to get a real feel for Boston life.
As cheeky as Sweet Cheeks Q might sound, the restaurant comes down to serious business when it comes to serving delicious food. One of the most awaited restaurants of Fenway, Sweet Cheeks Q has lived up to the expectations. It offers diners a sizable selection of succulent steaks to choose from. Try out their pulled chicken or pork belly and the extremely tasty bucket of biscuits. Casual ambiance, excellent service and amazing food - they know how to do it right. So the next time you're looking for some BBQ in Boston, you know this is your place.
Chatty bartenders and friendly locals combine to make Anchovies one of the most popular restaurants at South End. Anchovies was even voted as Best of Boston in 2010 by Boston Magazine. Its popularity may make you wait for a booth, but huge plates of pasta and perfect pizzas are worth it. The restaurant has a full service bar too, serving draft and bottled beers as well as sparkling, red and white wines. Open till 2a, Anchovies is an ideal place to satisfy your late-night cravings.
Gear up to delight in the delicious street food of New York, brought to Boston by The Chicken and Rice Guys. This food truck is a welcome relief for lunch and sees hungry crowds awaiting its arrival. The menu is simple, rice served with chicken or lamb, drowned in spicy red sauce. It is a wholesome option for people on a shoe-string budget. The locations and timings change regularly, visit their website for latest updates. Payment is accepted through cash only.
No one needs an introduction to Dunkin' Donuts. This neat cafeteria-style restaurant is the to-go spot to fuel up your mornings and other hunger pangs of the day. Munch on their famous doughnut, croissants, hash browns and other baked goodies. Or start your day with their hearty sandwiches. Get recharged with their coffee or other non-alcoholic beverages.
Located in the heart of Boston, Sterling's serves some excellent American dishes. The place has a classic and subtle decor with a large outdoor seating area. The food served is delicious and the cocktails are creative and innovative. Enjoy your meal in a relaxed atmosphere and take in the street life. Unwind with your friends and enjoy the ambiance. They also have happy hours offering tempting deals. Check their website for more information.
Potbelly Sandwich Works is a famed submarine sandwich chain that was founded in 1977. Their branch in Downtown Crossing follows the same principles of fresh ingredients, fast service and a friendly staff. Everything is prepared in the shop and quality is of utmost importance. Savor their A Wreck, Pizza Sandwich, Meatball, Chicken Salad, Uptown and Roast Beef. Don't forget to try their delightful cookies that are baked daily.
Housed in the historic 1712 Old Corner Bookstore, this branch of Chipotle Mexican Grill on Washington Street is a popular spot among all ages. Follow a queue system where all the freshly prepared ingredients are laid out. Select your components according to your craving for a burrito, salad, burrito bowl or taco and watch your dish come to life. Inexpensive and tasty, you will enjoy their friendly service as well.
It started off as The Wrap and is the brainchild of John Pepper, Adam Liebman and Greg Harris. The flagship opened in 1997 and became a roaring success leading to many more branches. Today this chain is known as Boloco. Their Congress Street restaurant was established in 2007 and is one of the finest places to have delicious burritos. Their tortilla wraps come in various fillings such as chicken, steak, pork and vegetables. You can also create your own by choosing your proteins, sauces, salsas, bases, beans and dressings. Wash it down with smoothies or shakes.
Opened in May 2015, Ogawa Coffee spells great taste and hospitality in every way. This sophisticated coffee house features chic and modern decor with attractively laid out tables, and beautiful lighting. These Japanese pioneers of coffee opened its first coffee shop outside Japan in the Downtown Crossing neighborhood and it has been warmly welcomed by locals. The menu is extensive and features salads, sandwiches, smoothies, croissants, coffees, teas, espressos and of course- Ogawa's Signature Drink.