I am watching Chef's Table. I love good food and dream to go to Massimo Bottura's restaurant some day... some day. Until then I am hoping to find some place in Boston that has a chef that loves food as much as him! It's for a birthday celebration but doesn't need to be fancy or amazing service or anything - just terrific, inventive food. Do I have to go to New York or is there something here in Massachusetts?
I'm visiting my boyfriend in the Cambridge/Boston area, and am trying to plan a fun date night. I'm vegetarian, and he's gluten free, dairy free, and has some other allergies. I'm very happy with cheese and nice cocktails, he's usually happy with fish or chicken and cooked green things. Any ideas of a good Friday night place? [more inside]
I'm vegetarian and have a hereditary sensitivity to alliums (onion, garlic, leeks, etc.) Unfortunately I can't identify onion/garlic by taste, so when I go out to eat with my boyfriend I mostly resign myself to feeling sick for the next 24 hours or so. What are some restaurants in the Boston area that serve food I might be able to eat safely? [more inside]
I'm a foodie, and I'd like to plan some short summer day trips. What are the absolute best restaurants within three hours' drive of Boston? [more inside]
Please recommend a kid-friendly place for lunch within walking distance of the Boston Ballet. [more inside]
Boston food people: what bar specials still exist? [more inside]
Nice Boston area restaurants with a view of the ocean? [more inside]
What's th best Italian restaurant on the South Shore of Boston? Bonus points for proximity to Quincy . . .
Where in Boston's North End should my wife and I have our anniversary dinner? [more inside]
So, Boston, where do you go for your good food? [more inside]
Where should we get breakfast in Boston tomorrow? [more inside]
I'm looking for a good Turkish restaurant in the Boston area. Any recommendations? Teşekkürler in advance.
What are the best delis in Boston? [more inside]
Need SFW ideas for girls' night out in Boston. I work via remote and will be traveling to Boston area in November to meet with coworkers. Several ladies suggested that we do something after hours, like going out for a nice dinner and then seeing a play. I am a foodie, so dinner sounds fab. But not so fond of plays or musicals. Any suggestions for restaurants and/or non-stage-based theatrical entertainment are appreciated.
I need recommendations for a nice-but-not-uppity restaurant in Boston, Brookline or Cambridge. We have a group of 20-30 people, mostly academics and physicians, and we need a private room for a few hours on a weeknight in July or early August. [more inside]
Know of a quiet-ish restaurant and a bar you don't have to shout to be heard in boston on a thursday night? [more inside]
Recommend a restaurant in Boston for business dining? [more inside]
Best steak in Boston? Staying in Copley Square so if its walking/taxi distance even better!