Fixed price menu but worth it. Bistro Mondays are a great value
Do yourself a favor and try the pig tails. Don't bother with a fork or knife though!
Get the pig tails!
Show up early for the delicious and well priced burger freshly ground with bits of bone marrow.
Burger is off the menu, but you can still order it. If you want their famous bone marrow, order it in advance!
Very good not great.
The tasting menu was absolutely worth it.
Is it the all-hands-on-deck staff, somehow both omniscient and omnipresent? Is it the oysters with candied lemon mignonette, the best way to start a meal, maybe ever? The answer is all of the above.
Best cooking I've had in Boston.
(Best of Boston 2014-BURGER) Improper Bostonian says, "In an utterly done-to-death category, the bar at Tony Maws' celebrated nose-to-tail bistro still serves the ne plus ultra of local burgers."
They have a nice bar with (from what I recall is) a pretty great burger!
The chef changes the menu daily using only the freshest local ingredients. This is a foodies heaven! I had a pescatarian tasting menu that delighted the sight as much as the palate. A must!!
Pig tasting menu
While hog night is awesome.
The burger!, everything on the menu, wonderful waitstaff, knowledgeable bartenders
Amazing tasting menu. Lots of fish. Very nice chef. Great cocktails.
They only make 18 burgers a day. So, if it's why youre coming call first to see if they have any left!
An expensive option, but this is the best meal available in Boston. And every Sunday, they offer a reduced price Chef's Whim Tasting menu after 9pm.
Rotating brunch menu (!!!) so only menu isn't accurate.
Boston’s Best Chef (Boston Magazine) combines his trademark French-inspired “refined rusticity” with an unyielding passion for the best local, seasonal, and organic ingredients.
Really good. Cod and "pork four ways". Great salad and a pasta starter. Low key vibe. Really good....(I think I said that twice!)
Food was amazing !!! Wine delish service top notch but desert for that day could have been better. Overall two thumbs up !!
Cragie on Main is the best restaurant I've been to in Boston. Try to get a seat at the chefs table for an even better dining experience!
(Best of Boston 2013-BURGER) Improper Bostonian says, "You've heard the legend: 8 oz. of ground brisket, short rib and hanger steak. A soft-yet-structured homemade bun, studded with sesame seeds..."
Amazing brunch! Get the bloody Mary and grilled pork belly. You'll leave very happy.
The Ultimate craigie experience was awesome, it was for our 2 years wedding anniversary and it worth every penny! The wine pairing was on point! anf the waiters was both professional and knowledgable!
Craigie on Main Burger
Each night, Craigie on Main serves less than twenty of their off-menu burgers, which are made from a custom blend of three different cuts of meat, beef bone marrow and suet.
Mindy Kailing enjoyed dayboat-sea scallops in creamy corn grits at this Cambridge eatery.
The macarons are out of this world.
Omg the celery apple sorbet.
Try the Local Grass-Fed Beef Burger - With Shelburne Farm cheddar, house-smoked bacon, Mace ketchup, house-made bun and crispy potato fries
Try the Grass-Fed And House-Brined Corned Beef Cheek And Smoked Tongue Hash - With slow-poached farm fresh egg and crispy onion rings
Try the House-Made Donut With Confiture Du Lait
Get a cocktail and stand by the bar that connects the dining room to the bar. It's awkwardly placed, but it's so much fun to watch the open kitchen. It's like a dance.
The fried pig's tail and bone marrow -- there are no words...
Try the Deviled Chicken
Try the Pork Three Ways
"burger: bone marrow, suet, miso powder, subtly sweet mace ketchup, and nutty, fonduelike cheese, then nestled on a buttery, griddled house-made bun". Only 18 served per night so go before 630