At this signature Restaurant Row establishment on Tremont Street, chef's -- and brothers -- David and Bob…More Kinkead have designed a "dueling menu" to demonstrate their distinctly different interpretations of cooking with similar ingredients. The restaurant is at once open and intimate, with a chef's bar, main dining room, cocktail bar and proper dining room.
Mistral 223 Columbus Ave, Boston, MA02116 Elegance and fine dining is definitely present at Mistral, located on Columbus Street. This French and Mediterranean…More bistro is well known for its tuna tartar appetizer and Dover sole entrée.With a very welcoming entrance and well-lit dining room, Mistral offers a romantic feel. Reservations are strongly suggested, as on weeknights and weekends it gets pretty busy. Leave your car with valet and enjoy your dinner.
Stella 1525 Washington St, Boston, MA02118 Located on the corner of Washington and East Brookline streets, Stella offers new takes on classic Italian cuisine,…More inspired by the varied traditions of all the peninsula's regions. Stella also offers numerous accomodations to its guests, including outdoor patio seating and glamorous views of their terrazzino as well as late-night dining. Stella now features a new dining room for private parties and has an adjacent cafe offering coffee, pastries and pre-made meals.
Hamersley's Bistro 553 Tremont St, Boston, MA02116 Hamersley's Bistro offers an elegant French Bistro style of dining. The menu features a variety of seafood, steak…More and chicken dishes and its specialty is herb roast chicken. The gorgeous outdoor patio offers customers the chance to sit outside and admire the beautiful roses. Hamersley's also offers private parties in a separate dining room with a view of the gardens. Upon entering the warm and cozy restaurant, customer's are immediately greeted by the friendly hosts. Hamersley's Bistro features an elegant brunch on Sundays.
Traynor Management 94 Appleton St, Boston, MA02116 Traynor Management has been renting out properties in Boston's South End since the 1960s. Its properties are all located…More in close proximity to shopping and dining outlets in the city. Listings are updated frequently, so check the Web site to see what is available.
The Butcher Shop 552 Tremont St, Boston, MA02118 One of super chef Barbara Lynch's restaurant creations, The Butcher Shop is, in addition to a wine bar and restaurant,…More an actual butcher shop. In the center of the dining area, a butcher is on hand to slice and chop prime pieces of meat and offer information or recipes on how to prepare your cuts at home.
Noche 3 Appleton St, Boston, MA02116 Noche is a restaurant serving modern Latin American food. The menu includes soup, salad, enchiladas, beef brisket,…More steak, seafood, pork and rabbit entrees. Noche also features a full bar and offers a private dining room by reservation.
Jae's Cafe and Grill 520 Columbus Ave, Boston, MA02118 Jae's serves Korean specialties to diners in its upstairs dining room and patio, including its famous hot-stone bibim…More bab and its sushi. Downstairs at the bar, the focus shifts to Asian pear martinis and mango margaritas, while customers marvel at the exotic fish swimming in the large tank.
Coda Kitchen & Bar 329 Columbus Ave, Boston, MA02116 Known for comfort food dishes like a Berkshire pork chop and meatloaf, Coda Kitchen and Bar is a great spot for a…More relaxing meal. Beer, martinis and late-night dining on weekends are also available.
House of Siam 542 Columbus Ave, Boston, MA02118 At the House of Siam, a leopard-print carpet aligning the walkway to the upstairs dining area is certainly curious, but…More is certainly an afterthought to their awards-aligned entranceway. So, yes, the decor is interesting, but you're not heading there for that. You'll be too busy savoring their Pad Thai.
Stop for pizza at Pizza Stop on 851 Harrison Avenue, across from CVS and Boston's Medical Center.
Under new…More management since 2007, it's still family owned and has many loyal customers. The pizzas (and other offerings) are delicious, the service is pleasant, and the atmosphere, with a wall-mounted flat-screen TV, is cozy and cheerful. So you can opt for delivery or take-out, or dine in, if you prefer.
Rosie's Place 889 Harrison Ave # End, Boston, MA02118 Rosie's Place is a nonprofit organization which provides emergency and long-term assistance to poor and disadvantaged…More women. The organization operates a dining room which serves lunch and dinner all week and a food pantry which provides 20 to 40 pounds of groceries for 1,800 women per month. Rosie's Place also operates a women's health and wellness center, staffed with doctors and nurses who can provide immunizations, blood pressure/sugar screenings and treatment for general medical issues.
Pops 560 Tremont St, Boston, MA02118 Pops Restaurant, near the intersection of Clarendon and Tremont streets, serves new takes on American cuisine, with such…More entrees as beer-braised mussels and butternut squash ravioli. In addition to a large selection of wines, Pops uses organic ingredients, including meat containing no antibiotics and fish from renewable sources. Pops has a large selection of wines and does a weekend brunch. Its Greenhouse Dining Room is available for private parties.
Clerys Bar & Restaurant 113 Dartmouth St, Boston, MA02116 Clery's is a borderline bar complex, with dining and drinks in the main and back bar, as well as the leather-boothed…More back room where people gather for Sox and Pats games. The dance floor in the large space downstairs feels like a fraternity party if fraternity boys cared about the upkeep of their house. If you are thinking about a trip here - either for Saturday night dancing or Clerys' popular Wednesday night trivia - get there early or you may have to wait.
Seiyo Sushi & Wine Shop 1721c Washington St, Boston, MA02118 Sieyo Sushi and Wine Shop's chic modern decor is made warm by the elegant red drapes in its entryway and by its…More abundance of wood surfaces. A long and narrow wooden community table in the center of the restaurant is surrounded by smaller tables, and the sushi chefs are visible to diners as they work behind a bar along one wall. There are an additional 20 seats outside. While the menu mainly comprises sushi maki and nigiri, popular Japanese appetizers such as ohitashi, shumai, edamame and miso soup are offered as well. This restaurant is unique for its attached wine shop, which is partially open to the dining areas. Most Thursday and Friday evenings, the store holds tastings.
The South End Buttery is one of the neighborhood's most popular cafe/restaurants. Nestled at the intersection of…More Shawmut Avenue and Union Park, the cafe boasts a wide selection of pasteries and other baked goods along with sandwiches and lunch specials. A full line of coffee and tea products are also available.
A full service restaurant is located in a cozy dining room at the back of the cafe, serving brunch on the weekends and dinner Wednesday - Sunday. An extensive wine and beer list and full bar are available.
During the warmer months, outdoor seating along Shawmut Avenue allows for a pleasant lunch or breakfast. The South End Buttery also offers catering services.
This colorful and stylish Harrison Avenue boutique is filled with unique Latin American design imports…More hand-selected by owner Frank Campanale. Items on display are constantly changing and feature a mix of contemporary living and dining furniture, paintings and sculpture, home accessories such as hide rugs, fur pillows and throws, colorful ceramic tableware, vintage textiles, jewelry and more.
In the background, Diseño offers a soundtrack of Latin American music videos, from classical to electronic tango, with CDs and DVDs for sale. Most items are imported from Argentina, Campanale's choice destination (stop by for travel tips if you're planning a trip to the area).
Emilio's Pizza & Sub Shop 536 Tremont St, Boston, MA02116 At Emilio's Pizza and Sub Shop, you can find anything from breakfast sandwiches to seafood and, of course, pizza. Owner…More Emilio Ventouris, who works at the shop himself, says his restaurant is a great place to have fun and relax. Delicious entrées such as the steak tip dinner and veal parmesan can be eaten in-house or delivered to you. On a beautiful afternoon or nice night, customers can dine outside and watch people on Tremont Street. Emilio's has been in the South End since 1979 and has been serving up its pizzas and subs ever since.