Highly acclaimed for its enticing Mexican fare, dining at Angela's Cafe is certain to transport diners to the streets of Mexico, amid tacos, tostadas and burritos. The colorful cafe done up in hues of red and orange welcomes its guests and charms them with its friendliness. Among the best-selling dishes on the menu is the exquisite Chiles En Nogada that is recommended by the Chef himself. It consists of chiles stuffed with picadillo and served with pomegranates and walnut sauce, making the dish resemble the Mexican flag. Other classic items on offer are the Mariscada or mussels and clams fried with jalapenos in a garlic sauce and tilapia that must be tried atleast once.
Neptune was God of the Seas, but the Neptune Oyster however isn't as vast as the waters he ruled over. This is a small pearl that can seat about two dozen people in simple and neat surroundings. Apart from oysters and clams, you'll get a variety of other seafood and if you're in to it, you can try some smoked and raw salmon. You can also savor some Italian seafood like North End Cioppino and Whole Loup de Mer.
Located in the heart of Boston's South End, Toro is a lively Barcelona-style tapas bar. Owned by acclaimed chef, Ken Oringer, Toro has become one of Boston's must-visit restaurants. Perfect for sharing, the traditional tapas served here are small portioned dishes that allow patrons to order and try various cuisine. Toro's vast menu features a variety of tapas including empanadas, sliders, charcuterie and more. Not to be outdone by their cuisine, the signature drink menu at Toro offers wine on tap, cocktails, champagne and bottled beer. Their brunch is one of the best in the city, offering pitchers of sangria, mimosas and bloody mary's. Be prepared to wait or arrive early, this popular establishment doesn't accept reservations.
Housed in the Boston Center for the Arts, The Beehive restaurant and bar is almost like an opera house in itself with live jazz, cabaret and a lot more action. There are fine satin drapes and exquisite artifacts adorning the eatery. A popular hangout among the night birds; the bar and lounge scene here is also upbeat and lively. The food is a regular mix of the grilled and Mediterranean variety, with lamb ribs ruling the roost. Sausages, pasta and risottos also sit happily together on the menu. The wine sure flows freely on all days and everything about the place has an arty feel to it.
Tourists still flock to Bull & Finch Pub, a.k.a. Cheers Boston, the inspiration for the Cheers television series which ran for 11 years and won a number of awards. Avid fans should be forewarned, however; the exterior is very familiar, but the inside is nothing like the TV version. Drinks and food are served here, but its icon status is the main draw. It is considered by many to be one of the top tourist attractions in Boston!
Joe Faro, with immense experience in the culinary field, established the Tuscan Kitchen in 2009 to offer his guests delectable Italian fares. The wood paneled floors, an interior decorated in hues of cream and brown, a fireplace covering the place in its warmth and an open kitchen generating tantalizing aromas, will transport you to the scenic Tuscany. Tuscan Kitchen assures guests quality food, as all their dishes are made from scratch: pastas, bread and the desserts. Guests can sip on some wine at the wine bar from Wednesday through Saturdays from 5p onwards. Wine connoisseurs can have a feast at the wine cellar, housing over 3000 bottles, which is open for private celebrations.
If you are looking to have a wholesome lunch or breakfast, the The Four Sisters - Owl Diner is the place to be. Located at a historic venue, the diner serves homely American dishes. They have some amazing delicacies which include comfort foods like like Eggs Benedict, Franks and Beans, Ham and Cheese and much more. The diner has an authentic American home style menu and all the dishes are mouth watering. To have a look at their complete menu please log on to the website.
Located on Church Street is the Empire Hunan Chinese Food, serving authentic Chinese fare. Their Hunan Triple Crown, General Tso's Chicken, Lake Tung Ting Shrimp and La-Tze Mushroom cannot be missed out on!
A well-brewed coffee makes a bad morning, good and a good one even better, such is the effect of every cup of coffee served at the Brew'd Awakening. At this cafe, the service is always prompt and their free WiFi lets you work in solitude.