Located in the popular South End of Boston, Picco is a well-established and loved Italian restaurant. An acronym for Pizza and Ice Cream Company, Picco is known for their exceptional thin-crust style pizza and homemade organic ice cream, which are all made with locally sourced ingredients. The restaurant is characterized by its bright blue awnings, simple decor and outdoor seating. With a bubbly crust, fresh cheese and herbs, the pizzas are exquisitely prepared and can be custom ordered with a variety of toppings ranging from homemade ricotta to broccoli rabe. The ice cream is richly flavored and made in-house. The flavors rotate daily but often include chocolate, mint chip, ginger and passion fruit.
Allow authentic Burmese cuisine to charm your taste-buds at YoMa. Comprising of a rich selection of tangy soups, salads and noodles, the meal is a treat by itself. The Tea Salad and Mango salad have an unbeatable taste, while the Hot Assorted Noodles is a good choice for a filling meal. Coconut Tofu Soup and Burmese Tofu Noodles are other specialties here. The restaurant is inviting and casual in its appeal, instantly putting diners at ease. Try the to-go or delivery options if hard-pressed for time.
This little restaurant makes Chinese food. Whether you like beef dishes, chicken dishes, noodle dishes, fried-rice dishes, stir fries or anything else, Shanghai Gate's got it. The decor is appealing and classy and the friendly staff makes the dining experience all the more worth while. The consistently delicious food is a safe bet for any occasion, as locals have discovered.
Sam LaGrassa's is the place to go to for delectable sandwiches filled with creamy cheese, succulent meat and vegetables. One can choose from a variety of sandwiches, from classic to signature-styled. Chicken Parmigiani, Pastrami Po' Boy, Famous Rumanian Pastrami and Grilled Portobello Mushrooms are some of the popular choices here. The ambience is casual with locals at crowded tables relishing the food amid some lazy banter. Dine here for one of the most memorable meals in Boston.
Brown Sugar Cafe is an acclaimed Thai eatery in the city. A pot of sweet brown sugar graces every table, the menu is huge and the service is friendly. This cozy neighborhood place, which serves beer and wine, is known for its country pad Thai and drunken noodles. Seafood dishes include salmon choo chee and the fisherman madness - a spicy combo of crustaceans and filets. Patio dining is a good choice when weather permits.
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.
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.
Casa Razdora is the labor of love of Bobby Santini, Denise Santini and Giancarlo Baldini who wanted to bring the traditional flavors of their hometown to Boston. Though tiny in size, their food is full of flavors and is made from scratch. This is one of the best spots to enjoy authentic Italian cuisine without feeling a pinch in your pocket. Try their daily specials at this popular lunch spot in the Financial District.
Villa Mexico Cafe is an award winning restaurant in Boston, MA. They serve authentic Mexican preparations and are generous when it comes to servings. Their cooking techniques are home style and they offer daily specials as well. Beef Tamale, Corn Tortillas and Carnita are some of the customer favorites. Their special Black Salsa is worth a try and is available for sale due to popular demand.
Marlaive is a famous French restaurant that was started by Henry Marlaive, a resident of Paris. His namesake restaurant serves sumptuous French and American cuisines. The traditional Feast of the Seven Fishes which is a three course meal, is what people revisit for. Go for a cheese platter and pair it with wine or beer of your choice. Order can be placed online through their website. Call ahead for more information.