EAT & DRINK
Boston food is way more than just baked beans and clam chowder. Oysters and lobster rolls are a must while in town, but a whole range of culinary experiences await. The restaurants in Beacon Hill will inspire with their sophistication, but go to the North End for all things Italian. The North End restaurants run the gamut: from traditional to modern, from those with neon signs to those with barely a sign outside. The constant is a cozy unforgettable meal.
63 Salem Street
This charming bistro is lobster roll heaven.
257 Hanover Street
Here you can find the best cannolis in Boston — unless you are a Mike’s Pastry fan — try them both!
21 Beacon Street
A neighborhood bistro serving American comfort food.
Zen Japanese Grill & Sushi Bar
21 A Beacon Street
This tucked away spot has a chic décor and excellent sushi.
75 Chestnut Street
A Beacon Hill cozy gem serving regional American comfort food.
Craigie On Main
853 Main Street
This bistro features a Food & Wine best new chef in America. Also has an incredible cocktail menu and a top notch burger.« All Downtown Boston Sections