Looking for great Italian food with even greater prices? Look no further. Rino's has been featured on a few TV shows. Paninis are popular at lunch, and the Shrimp Scampi is a must for dinner. Read more.
Established in 1903, Santarpio's is probably East Boston's most famous restaurant. With delicious traditional pizza and a friendly, family-feeling atmosphere, you really can't go wrong. Read more.
A must for meat lovers. Pay a fixed price for an all-you-can-eat buffet, or weigh your plate and pay by the ounce. Brazilian meats, juices, and desserts offer truly exciting, delicious flavors. Read more.
Since 1924 four generations of Jevelis have kept this family restaurant going strong. With a devoted clientele that will always come back for more, Jevelis has anything you want -- and it's delicious Read more.
Try the seco de cabrito (Peruvian style lamb stew), cau-cau (Mondongo or tripe stew accompanied by rice), or plato montanero (grilled steak with rice, beans, fried pork, egg, plantains, and salad). Read more.
Start off with some flautas, then try the albondigas (ground beef stuffed with boiled egg and cheese, cooked in a chipotle sauce), and end your meal with a traditional or chocolate flan. Read more.
A tribute to the large Southeast Asian community in the area, Saigon hut offers an intimate setting for a delicious meal. A vast menu includes a vegetarian section. Read more.
With a 600-foot promenade, outdoor activities and a beautiful view of Boston, this park is a great way to spend your time outside. Read more.
While at Piers Park, take advantage of the Sailing Center. Lessons for all levels are available. Superb access to the Inner Harbor and Harbor Islands makes this area one of Boston's best for sailing Read more.
Another great place for outdoor recreation. Play a game of softball or even go fishing on the waterfront, all with a fantastic view of the Boston skyline Read more.
This large salt marsh offers a wonderful look at wildlife that you would usually not see within city limits. Read more.
If you don't want to go all the way to the Cape for some great beach time, just head to Constitution Beach. A new bathhouse, tennis courts, handball courts and a picnic area make this spot extra fun. Read more.
The East Boston Branch Library was established in 1869 as the first municipally supported branch library in the country. It houses a vast collection of books on the history of Boston. Read more.
Features meadow grasses and salt marshes, as well as a boardwalk, walking paths, and a viewing platform overlooking Chelsea Creek. Read more.
A historic thoroughbred racetrack, open since 1935. In recent years it has also become a venue for concerts. Read more.