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A photo of Deuxave restaurant
Price: Very Expensive
• French • Back Bay
Booked 27 times today
Owner Brian Piccini and Chef/Owner Christopher Coombs are proud of their award winning Restaurant & Bar, Deuxave in the Back Bay. The inspiration behind the restaurant’s American Nouveau Cuisine is seasonality, with a focus on working with the finest farms and purveyors, sourcing out the freshest, local ingredients and amplifying their magnificence. The cuisine is strongly rooted in the nouvelle techniques of contemporary French cuisine, married with the splendor of American ingredients in a refined, but casual setting. Deuxave’s (pronounced doo-ave) name plays homage to its location at the corners of Commonwealth Ave and Massachusetts Ave.
A photo of Uni restaurant
Price: Very Expensive
• Contemporary Asian • Back Bay
Booked 16 times today
Serving inventive Japanese cuisine using the freshest seafood from Tokyo’s famed Tsukiji market and local New England fishermen, and borrowing influence from the streets of Tokyo, Shanghai, Singapore, Bangkok and Bangladesh, Uni is the evolution of Ken Oringer’s intimate sashimi bar of the same name, which expanded into the former Clio space in 2016. UNI is currently helmed by Executive Chef David Bazirgan.
A photo of Krasi restaurant
Price: Expensive
• Greek • Back Bay
Booked 56 times today
Krasi is love. Krasi is life. Krasi is wine, literally.Krasi is about conversations and the people immersed in them. It’s about new friends, old friends, and turning strangers into friends.With a Greek wine list of over 180 all natural and biodynamic selections, every pour tells a story. Our menu of regional Greek meze set the stage to feast like the gods. Uncover and rediscover Greece with us. Krasi is Greek, differently.
A photo of Select Oyster Bar restaurant
Price: Expensive
• Seafood • Back Bay
Booked 46 times today
Select Oyster Bar, the first solo venture from chef Michael Serpa, is a neighborhood oyster bar & seafood restaurant in the heart of Back Bay. Select offers fresh, local seafood with Mediterranean influences in a cozy brownstone space. A carefully curated raw bar, creative crudo, and thoughtful fish entrees round out the menu. A seafood centric wine program feature classic pairings as well as off the beaten path selections is the center of the beverage program, alongside artisan cocktails and craft beer. Food & Wine America's Best New Wine Bars, Boston Mag Best New Restaurant & Best Wine Program, Improper Bostonian Best Seafood.After 15 minutes past reservation time, we may seat your table. Please call us if you are running a bit late.If you do not find the time slot you are looking for, give us a ring 857-239-8064. Visit our website for more information on our reservations.
A photo of Little Whale restaurant
Price: Very Expensive
• Seafood • Back Bay
Booked 31 times today
Little Whale Oyster Bar is a Classic New England Seafood Restaurant and Raw Bar from Chef Michael Serpa on Newbury Street in Boston's Back Bay. An ode to the seaside clamshacks are raw bars of the New England coast, Little Whale is a casual neighborhood spot focusing on local products and seafood friendly wines.
A photo of La Voile restaurant
Price: Expensive
• French • Back Bay
Booked 45 times today
La Voile is an authentic French brasserie, opened in Cannes in 1947. After a few years under a new ownership, it relocated to Boston in 2007.
A photo of Eva restaurant
Price: Expensive
• Mediterranean • Back Bay
Booked 38 times today
Please note that our patio is seated on a first come first serve basis; all tables are set for a 90 minute reservation limit.Eva means full of life. It is also the initials to my children, Elias & Vivian Aboujaoude, who are my life. Eva is a space designed to be welcoming and bright, a place for great food, refreshing cocktails and lively conversation. All while sitting back to enjoy and observe the hustle & bustle of beautiful, historic Newbury Street from one of the largest outdoor patios.
A photo of The Capital Grille - Boston restaurant
Price: Very Expensive
• Steakhouse • Back Bay
Booked 56 times today
Make it a day to remember. From birthdays and anniversaries to professional milestones, we aim to make every gathering special at The Capital Grille. Open seven days a week, The Capital Grille is best known for our expertly prepared steaks, which are dry aged in house for 18 to 24 days and then hand-cut by our restaurant's on-premise butcher. The Capital Grille's wine list features more than 350 selections, and its floor-to-ceiling wine kiosk regularly houses 3,500 - 5,000 bottles. Reservations are recommended but not required. For more information, please visit our website. We look forward to delighting you.
A photo of Casa Romero restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Mexican • Back Bay
Booked 25 times today
After 40 years, my customers still tell me what a delightful discovery it is to step out of a Boston alley and into the heart of Mexico. That is exactly what I had envisioned when I decorated the coffered door and walls of my restaurant with the bright Talavera tiles from Puebla, Mexico. Casa Romero is located in the midst of glamorous Back Bay at 30 Gloucester and offers the best traditional Mexican food in Boston.
A photo of The Bebop restaurant
Price: Moderate
• American • Back Bay
Booked 10 times today
From the owners of The Burren, one of the most unique and thriving music venues in the Boston area comes The Bebop. Situated at the intersection of Boylston and Mass Ave, next to the beating heart of music that is Berklee, The Bebop is primed to be a premier destination for musicians and fans alike. Whether you are going to a show at the Berklee Performance Center, Symphony Hall or a game in Fenway Park, The Bebop is a great place to start and finish the night. Enjoy our Guinness Lamb Stew or vegetarian Shepherd's Pie while listening to our live nightly entertainment. Offering a full dinner and lunch menu from 11am-11pm daily, a brunch menu on weekends from 9am-3pm, and speciality cocktails, beer, and wine until 1 am every night of the week.

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  • Robertvip
    Greater Boston •14 reviews
    Dined 2 days ago
    The food was great. Service nice. Not great ambiance but ok. First suggestion: Need some lower priced wines on wine list. There was one bottle at $48 (I did not recognize it) and all others were $80 or above and the $80 bottle had a retail price of $20-25 on line. Then they add a mandatory 3% for the non waiters and a mandatory 20% for the waiter with a note that if the service was inferior, let the waitress know you want to reduce the tip. How dare they, I say, particularly with 2 bottles of wine for $160 included, the tip on the total at 23% is excessive. Second suggestion: abandon mandatory tipping and, if you can't afford to pay staff adequately at prices you ask, raise the prices.
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    Select Oyster BarPrice: Expensive• Seafood• Back Bay
  • OpenTable Diner
    Montreal / Quebec •1 review
    Dined 2 days ago
    Jeremiah and the other bar tender were incredibly kind and knowledgeable. They walked us through the details of every wine we were interested in, helped us with food pairings, and went out of their way to make sure that we were able to stay and finish our meal. Krasi hits it out of the park every time.
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    KrasiPrice: Expensive• Greek• Back Bay
  • VeronicaGvip
    New York City •9 reviews
    Dined 4 days ago
    Excellent in every category! Service is superb, menu fantastic and the food wonderful with such interesting combinations and flavors.
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    UniPrice: Very Expensive• Contemporary Asian• Back Bay
  • Molly
    Greater Boston •9 reviews
    Dined 4 days ago
    We really appreciated the array of mocktails prominently available on the drink menu - we tried all three and all tasted great (and the names were quite clever). Our server was friendly and attentive, and the service itself was quite quick. While it was a beautiful day, and we were offered outdoor seating, we went inside for fear of being in the high afternoon sun. Inside, it was cool, quiet, and lovely. I'm told he pizzas were good, and my burger with truffle fries, while fairly standard, was absolutely delicious.
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    EvaPrice: Expensive• Mediterranean• Back Bay
  • ikan
    Greater Boston •8 reviews
    Dined 6 days ago
    The appetizers and main course were really delicious. I had halibut, my friends ordered salmon and duck breast- they were really good. The bolognese had too much salt , it was disappointing. Unfortunately, the huge disappointment was the dessert ! This was the first time we ordered it and regretted doing so. Peach crème brûlée was absolutely tasteless piece of a ridiculously shaped ( like a log ?) undercooked cold dough . The cherry almond tart left much to be desired as well, weird culinary creation with little taste. We will definitely come back but not for your dessert )
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    DeuxavePrice: Very Expensive• French• Back Bay
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