Red Fez 1222 Washington St, Boston, MA02118 For the unaware, a fez was the traditional hat of the Ottoman Empire before it fell. The Red Fez restaurant had a…More similar trajectory, as it originally opened in 1940 as a family restaurant, and then closed in 1980. In 2002, it re-opened as a more chic, Mediterranean-inspired restaurant and bar. Among the favorites are the restaurant's assortments of mezze (tapas/appetizers), and an interesting drink and wine selection.
Don Ricardo's Restaurant 57 W Dedham St, Boston, MA02118 Don Ricardo's Restaurant is located on West Dedham Street near Shawmut Avenue. In business since 1986, it specializes in…More fine Brazilian, Peruvian and Latin American dishes, including enchiladas, empanadas, paella and the very popular fried yuca and plantains. Well-known for its homemade hot sauce, Don Ricardo's is one of the few South End restaurants of its kind.
Medieval Manor Theatre-Restaurant 246 E Berkeley St, Boston, MA02118 Medieval Manor Theatre-Restaurant is a restaurant infused with live medieval-style performances. The venue's motto is…More "eat with your hands, raise glasses on high, and laugh out loud 'til you're blue in the face!" It's a fun place, where eating with your hands is proper etiquette; Bostonians have been enjoying this place since 1973. Reservations are required to have a taste of Medieval Manor Theatre.
Addis Red Sea Ethiopian Restaurant 544 Tremont St, Boston, MA02116 Addis Red Sea Ethiopian Restaurant offers authentic Ethiopian cuisine, including meat dishes with chicken, beef and…More 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.
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.
The Beehive Restaurant 541 Tremont St, Boston, MA02116 Owner Jack Bardy's local eatery/bar/club attracts a nightly crowd not just for its eclectic menu but also for its live…More musical acts. The restaurant serves a variety of dishes inspired by international cuisines from Moroccan to Soul Food.
Aquitaine Boston 569 Tremont St, Boston, MA02118 The main establishment of the Aquitaine Restaurant Group, Aquitaine is a modern French bistro modeled after the…More 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.
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.
New China Restaurant 869 Harrison Ave, Boston, MA02118 This small storefront Chinese restaurant offers a variety of traditional Asian fare and has two tables inside in…More addition to a take-out window. Cash is the only accepted form of payment.
Giacomo's Restaurant 431 Columbus Ave, Boston, MA02116 Giacomo's Restaurant offers interesting art as part of its decor, an intimate atmosphere, and homey Italian food.…More Signature dishes include the frutti di mare and the butternut squash ravioli, and diners can enhance their meals with some wine.
Cheng Wing Printing 110 E Berkeley St, Boston, MA02118 You may not have ever passed its printing shop on East Berkeley, but if you've eaten at an take-out restaurant of any…More kind in this city or the in much of New England, then you've seen their work. They make restaurant menus. It's the bulk of their business.
Mela Restaurant 578 Tremont St, Boston, MA02118 Located on Tremont Street across from the the BCA, Mela is the first Indian restaurant in the South End.…More Featuring a wide range of modern Indian cuisine, Mela also features an extensive lunch buffet with both vegetarian and non-vegetarian options. On weekends, Mela offers a brunch buffet featuring a dosa station, fresh juices and an ever-changing array of entrees. Mela is also one of the few restaurants to offer its patrons hot stone cooking, in which they serve meat and seafood platters right on a tray with a hot-oiled stone slab.
Da Vinci Ristorante 162 Columbus Ave, Boston, MA02116 Da Vinci Ristorante is an upscale Italian restaurant located in Boston's South End. The restaurant is open for dinner…More daily, offering an array of dishes to patrons. The menu includes antipasti such as beef carpaccio, caprese salad and mussels as well as a range of entrees including Butternut Squash Agnolotti, Pan Seared Salmon and Osso Bucco. Da Vinci Ristorante also boasts a full bar with specialty Da Vinci-named cocktails and offers a prix fixe menu. For further inquiries or to make a reservation, phone Da Vinci Ristorante.
Quinzani's Bakery was founded in 1918 by Libero and Ovideo Quinzani, two brothers who immigrated to the United…More States from Italy. Their European-style breads soon became a staple around Boston and at local restaurants.
Since those humble beginnings, Quinzani's has evolved into a state-of-the-art facility, servicing many of New England's most beloved sub shops and restaurants.
JFS Design Studio 450 Harrison Ave, Boston, MA02118 JFS Design Studio offers its interior design expertise to restaurants, hotels, and luxury apartments and homes. Its…More services include placement of carpet, wall art and paintings, furniture and upholstery, home and commercial bars and more. Commercial properties include bowling alleys, restaurants, galleries, and hotel lobbies and rooms. Free consultations are available over the phone, or visit JFS Design Studio's website to see samples.
Taquerya Restaurant El Tryunfo 147 E Berkeley St, Boston, MA02118 Located just past Washington Street on East Berkeley Street, El Tryunfo is one of the few true Mexican restaurants in…More the South End. El Tryunfo offers affordable meals for any time of day, with a full breakfast menu in the morning and authentic Mexican dishes throughout the rest of the day into the late evening. El Tryunfo also offers a large range of fillings for their burritos, quesadillas, and tacos, including steak, chicken, carnitas, kofta, shrimp, swordfish, salmon, among many others.
Parish Cafe 493 Massachusetts Ave, Boston, MA02118 Stop by the Parish Café on Massachusetts Avenue for a quick bite for lunch, a get together at the bar or a…More romantic dinner. There is another location in Babylon. This spot has a cool sandwich menu that features sandwiches named after a different chef in Boston and what restaurant they work at. The Elephant Walking on Eggs "Sandwich from the Mountain" is a prime example. This veggie sandwich filled with eggs served omelet-style is created by George Lopez who is the chef and owner of the restaurant The Elephant Walk in Cambridge. Parish Café also services different salads, burgers and pasta entrees. It is open every day.
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.
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.