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Restaurants
  • 28 Degrees
    1 Appleton St, Boston, MA 02116
    Named for the perfect temperature of a Martini, 28 Degrees is, according to its staff, a mix of lounges in LA, New YorkMore City, San Francisco and Miami. The setting is somewhat chic and rather whimsical, and the menu is eclectic, featuring "dishes to be shared" from sushi to burger sliders to $2 oysters served nightly. 
  • Addis Red Sea Ethiopian Restaurant
    544 Tremont St, Boston, MA 02116
    Addis Red Sea Ethiopian Restaurant offers authentic Ethiopian cuisine, including meat dishes with chicken, beef andMore lamb, as well as vegan and vegetarian options. The colorful interior of Addis Red Sea features various Ethiopian artifacts. Lunch is served on Saturdays and Sundays.
  • Alexandria Pizza & Grill
    1252 Washington St, Boston, MA 02118
    Located across the street from Peters Park, Alexandria Pizza & Grill serves Greek-style pizza and salads. All pizzasMore and entrees are customizable with a varied selection of meats, veggies, and cheeses. Alex Pizza also serves kabob, gyro, and falafel dinner plates, in addition to a full selection of seafood entrees, including shrimps, scallops, and haddock. Alex Pizza's website now also features convenient online ordering for pickup, delivery, and catering.  
  • Amsterdam Cafe
    517 Columbus Ave, Boston, MA 02118
    Amsterdam Cafe is a lively neighborhood restaurant specializing in pita roll-ups, personal pizzas, soups, calzones,More specialty coffees and made-to-order frozen yogurt. The Cafe caters the food and coffee portions of special events. Daily home and office delivery is available for a fee and with advanced notice.
  • Anchovies
    433 Columbus Ave, Boston, MA 02116
    Anchovies is a dark, cozy place, shaped like a railway car and always busy -- everything you want in a neighborhoodMore bar/restaurant. The decor is interesting: the "Electric Ave." street sign usually draws a laugh, and the kitchen is open late, serving such specialties as lasagna, chicken, eggplant parm and Italian Nachos.
  • Andre's Cafe
    811 Harrison Ave, Boston, MA 02118
    Andre's Cafe is owned and operated by local resident Karim Kanaan. It features made-to-order Mediterranean and AmericanMore cuisine. Menu specialties include falafel, dolma, wraps, burgers and wings. A large selection of vegetarian and vegan fare is available, including wraps with baba ghannough and tabouleh. 
  • Appleton Bakery Cafe
    123 Appleton St, Boston, MA 02116
    Every single one of this shop's regular sandwiches is named after an apple—Macintosh, Rome, Granny Smith,More etc.—but only a few actually have apple slices in them. Odd, you think, to put apples on a deli-type sandwich, until you take a bite and think "genius!" Its bakery items are few and basic—cookies and cupcakes—but both are delicious. 
  • Aquitaine Boston
    569 Tremont St, Boston, MA 02118
    The main establishment of the Aquitaine Restaurant Group, Aquitaine is a modern French bistro modeled after theMore neighborhood bistros of Paris. Its weekend brunch is reasonably priced. Aquitaine Boston takes part in the Boston Restaurant Week, which is a great time to try its famous steak fritte.
  • Berkeley Perk Cafe
    69 Berkeley St, Boston, MA 02116
    Berkeley Perk Cafe provides sandwiches and freshly baked pastries to eat while its customers peruse the Internet andMore enjoy freshly made coffee. Located on Berkeley Street in the South End, the Berkeley Perk Café offers everything from turkey paninis to pecan fudge brownies.
  • B. Good
    131 Dartmouth St, Boston, MA 02116
    It seems paradoxical, but B. Good's  specialty is healthy, low-calorie fast food. All of the ingredients are localMore and all-natural, and local farmers are featured on the restaurant's tables. While the layout looks like a fast food joint, the artwork and open design seem to aspire to something more. 
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