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Was my first time eating at Flemings. Went with 4 other adults. Sat at a round table wich was perfect for conversation. Our waiter Christopher was superb. Some of the adults didn't speak fluent English and Christopher was extremely patient with them. We all enjoyed our meals. We were allowed to talk and didn't feell rushed. MoreOpenTable Diner -
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The corn dip was amazing, as were the wings (which had a unique spice blend that included cinnamon)! We also had a bacon cheeseburger, which was delicious as well. The bacon was a step above what you normally get on a burger, a very nice touch. The waiter we had was also super professional and helpful. MoreOpenTable Diner -
Came here with my girls' part of our girls' weekend. They have a 90s hip hop brunch every 1st Sunday of the month and found that to be a bit disappointing as it was just 90s tunes playing with no other themes adding to it (like hiphop themed drinks/food, outfits etc.). If they do ramp that up it would definitely be another star!. Other than that the service was great, albeit our food did take some time to come out, BUT when it did WOW WOW WOW so good! My Good Morning Pizza was so big that I had to take some with me even AFTER I shared with BOTH of my girls (they kindly provided a plastic bag for me to make a portable cooler- to keep it refrigerated until I got to a fridge- with the ice from the ice bucket that held our champagne for our mimosas, which were great too!) . The food I sampled off their plates, the S'mores French Toast and the Chicken and Waffle Sandwich were also heavenly! And the bill was not bad at all for ordering our food plus splitting a table mimosa (which came out to be about 2 mimosas per person for 3 people) - a little less than $30 per person. Overall if you could just be a little patient for the food , it's a great place to come and eat and drink while bopping to some 90s hiphop jams :) MoreOpenTable Diner -
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Gen Sou En Tea House brings the rich cultural tradition of Japanese tea house dining to Boston. Walk through the door and you’ll be met with clean design and an attention to detail that defines omotenashi, the Japanese way of caring for guests. Our menu seamlessly blends traditional Japanese dishes with contemporary tea inspired entrees and an array of sake cocktails that will appeal to diverse palate. More
Kaiseki cuisine — the Japanese tradition of intricate, refined small plates — has origins that can be traced back more than seven hundred years. It was an artful embodiment of innovation then, and we aim to bring that same ingenuity and inspiration to our guests in this modern era. We are committed to an authentic expression of kaiseki, featuring the most exceptional seasonal and sustainable ingredients from the Boston region.More
Put on a bib and get ready to make a mess!
Channeling New Orleans by way of New England, Shaking Crab offers a variety of fresh shellfish drenched in house sauces featuring rich butter, ample garlic, and bold Cajun spices. Throw in spice level customization and the option to add sides and you'd best believe that your meal will be different every time you shake!
Shaking Crab offers a fully stocked bar with inventive cocktail options and a rotating selection of craft beers on tap. The modern dining area aims to create a communal vibe to enjoy a meal with your family, a drink with friends, or a first date with no chance of awkwardness. In the age of social media, the inherent messiness of Shaking Crab is sure to do away with pretention - and your cell phones.More
For the past 40 years, The Black Rose has been Boston’s premier Irish pub and restaurant. Located in the heart of Boston’s historic Faneuil Hall and steps from the city’s celebrated waterfront, The Black Rose has been serving up perfect pints of Guinness and traditional Irish fare 365 days a year since 1976. It’s a beloved Boston institution, prompting the Boston Globe to call it “The Fenway Park of Irish pubs.”
It’s name comes from the Gaelic term “Roisin Dubh” or the small black rose, which originates from a 17th century poem inked by an anonymous author who wrote: “Over the highways and byways the pilgrim goes aflame with the name of my small black rose.”
This is the essence of the Black Rose: an experience to stimulate the senses and create memories for years to come.
Pints are poured by staff with authentic brogues, the cuisine is authentic yet inventive, and there is live Irish music seven nights a week, all year round. More
Boston offers a patchwork of cultures and boasts one of the best and most eclectic restaurant scenes in the country. From the South End’s ethnic mom-and-pops to The Theater District’s fine-dining, delicious possibilities abound. Seafood restaurants populate every corner of the city, and each offers their own spin on Boston’s iconic clam chowder. Crumble in some oyster crackers and scrape the bottom of your bowl because it’s almost time for the lobster. Be sure not to skimp on the warm butter. How about some Italian? Explore the narrow streets of Boston’s North End. This vibrant neighborhood is home to dozens of family-owned eateries serving authentic Italian-American food. Regardless of your budget, you’ll find something in Boston to satisfy any culinary whim.