The sultan's delight and falafel are must-orders, as is the signature Baked Alaska with coconut ice cream. Read more.
Chef Keith Pooler regularly dishes up gorgeous seasonal and local American cuisine. If you're looking to save a few bucks, order the daily changing blackboard menu and get three courses for $39. Read more.
Praise to Bin 26 Enoteca, for its adventurous, globetrotting list for wine lovers of every budget, and the accompanying simple, tasty snacks that don’t distract from wine as the main event. Read more.
"Stake out a place in the shade at Eastern Standard while sipping on one of their uber-creative cocktails.... comfortably chow down on items such as foie gras, herb risotto, and roasted beet salad." Read more.
Few chefs do both upscale and low-key fare as well as Craigie’s Tony Maws. Nor do many offer them side by side, as he does at his Cambridge restaurant. Read more.
Boston's oldest and best-known pizza place won Best Pizza on Food Network's "Food Feuds" for a reason... It's all in the crust. 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.
Try the lobster roll, filled with a healthy helping of Maine lobster meat, bright lemon aioli and finely chopped celery for added crunch. A delicious contender in our 2012 Lobster Roll Rumble: Read more.