I think I can confidently say to some Boston natives now (I actually live in Wellesley, 30 minutes away, but we will skip this slide). Boston is one of the oldest cities in the United States and Victorian-style buildings are beautiful. If you are planning to move to Boston, you cannot skip a meal when you go on a trip. Since I am a passionate eater and have been living in the Greater Boston Area for almost two years, I want to share my experiences in dining in the largest ol ‘ol cities in the country.
1. Italy Boston
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You can’t no Go to Italy while in Boston. Located in the Prudential Tower, Italy looks like a fine Italian market with tons of dining and dining chairs. I recommend a sweet tooth reduction to terahemo and canolas. Tiramisu is everything you want: a spoon of soft, thick, cream of espresso and cocoa powder that burst with a taste. As you slice it into crunchy pastry… fresh cannoli cream comes out the other end. Before dessert (or after), look for wine rows, cheese wheels and rooftop meat. Eventually, you’ll be in the middle of one meal. Sit back and enjoy a plate of fresh pasta or hot pizza in a wood-fired oven.
2. Arles’ kitchen
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Prodigal is a popular shopping mall, and finding all the different shops with your friends is a lot of fun. But after going out and leaving Sephora, Eritzia, and Medeville, it will leave you very hungry. There’s a problem: You want sushi, but your best friend really wants a burger. What do you do? Get the best of both worlds at Earl at Ear At! This multicultural restaurant has comfort food from all over the world. From BBQ ribs to sushi rolls, to Korean beef beanbumps to a California burger, Airlis is the perfect place for when you want both western and eastern style dishes.
3. Yamato II
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I really recommend visiting the Boston Public Library in C Quality Square. I am a book worm and am naturally attracted to bookshelves (bookshops, libraries, book cafes…). While you’re at it, consider a bite to eat at a Japanese restaurant, Yamato II. If you want a real deal, you can order individual dishes and go for whatever you can eat. If you’re on a budget like this, Yamato II is the perfect place to enjoy unlimited fresh sushi and other Japanese dishes for a very reasonable price.
4. Traund Book Sellers and Cafes
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I told you I love bookstores. This is my absolute favorite place – not just favorite restaurants in Boston. Food and books, what more can you ask for? Trident’s is your classic American favorite: burgers, salads, soups, and treats. They also offer breakfast for dinner. Enjoy a hot plate of French toast with hot chocolate poured with whipped cream. I usually like to eat dinner, so I go for a sweet trident burger with extra cheese and sweet potato fries.
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Anyone craving a hot bowl of Japanese ramen? Santoka is on my way. There are two locations: Newberry Street and Harvard Square. Getting seats in Harvard should be easy, but you’ll still wait 30-40 minutes. It’s popular. But no worries, you can go to the Harvard bookstore or take a little walk to the Harvard campus to kill time. Once seated, I order a small cup shoyu (Soy sauce flavor) Ramen with a side order Hangzhou Tamago (Soft boiled egg). I travel to Japan on every occasion, and I assure you that Santoka got the same flavors I had in Hokkaido.
6. Top of the center
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You’re in a beautiful city. You like it, like the filet mignon. If you want to dive into the juicy stack while enjoying the 360-degree view of the Boston skyline, your top hub is the hub. You will definitely want to save a table though, especially if you want a window set. The top of the hub is located on the 52nd floor of the premises, and they can identify you in the lobby before lifting the elevator, so a license card or passport is ready. Although the food can be a bit expensive, the views and the steaks are well worth it. I recommend a filet mignon Oscar style: surf and turf dish with steak and king crab. This is Boston, you must have seafood at least once, right?
7. Shabu Zen
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In New England, snow will not close until early April. Seriously, I’m stuck in my room writing this because a snowstorm is coming up this weekend and that’s it. MarchGeneral Chat Chat Lounge One of the best hot dishes in the city for warming yourself is to visit All in Austin or China Town. Make sure to order Kim’s special kimchi broth for the lightly spicy and sweet goodie. Big hint: Once you’re done with your vegetables and meat, ask for rice, sesame oil and a raw egg. Add the rice to the rest of the broth, pour in the sesame oil doll, and smash the eggs and stir until you get a slice of kimchi. The highlight of this meal is below, trust me on it.
There are so many great places to eat, but these are the places I think are best. I hope you have the chance to try at least one of these restaurants, and I wish you had a enjoyable stay! If you’re a Boston-based fellow, I’d like you to comment on this article with some of your favorite restaurants. Relax, stay tuned!
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