Boston has some of the most eclectic and exquisite dining of any major city.

Boston has some of the most eclectic and exquisite dining of any major city. If you are visiting this historical city or are fortunate to live here full time, here are some restaurants you must try on your next night out!


Dining in Boston



Located in Bay Village, Mooncusser uniquely offers four-course tasting menus. The selection is new each month, allowing a fresh infusion of taste to be discovered with each visit. And the dining room view is just as fantastic as the food!   


Faccia Brutta

This Italian-inspired restaurant is located in Back Bay. Their seafood-inspired menu utilizes all fresh ingredients, much of which comes from the Copley Square Farmers Market.  



Located in downtown Boston, Yvonne’s has hung on to the Speakeasy vibe with their 19th-century mahogany bar. Serving inventive small plates include favorites such as baked oysters and popcorn Brulee.  


O Ya

Get ready for a one-of-a-kind dining experience at O Ya. This Japanese-influenced restaurant is one of the best in New England. Choose from sushi, omakase, bluefin tuna, or smoked salmon sashimi. 



Named after the Massachusetts state bird, Chickadee is a Mediterranean-influenced delight. Featuring fresh ingredients from local farms, partake in such flavorful entrees as tzatziki, pitas, fried hake, clams with green harissa, and gnocchi with smoked chestnuts.    


Hunter’s Kitchen and Bar

This Southern-style restaurant has a hunting theme complete with decor. Feast on crispy fried chicken atop cheddar waffles, mouth-watering brisket, and shrimp with smoky grits. Don’t forget to leave room for a slice of pie in season. You’ll definitely leave feeling full and satisfied!   


Enjoy champagne and caviar, spiced duck breast, and French onion soup in the ultra-glamorous, chandelier-lit dining room of Deuxave. Complement your meal with more than a dozen wine options by the glass in this Back Bay contemporary French restaurant. 


Rare Steakhouse

Located in the Encore Boston Harbor area, Rare Steakhouse is the only place in New England to dine on certified Kobe beef from the Japanese Wagyu program. Also featured at this exquisite restaurant are domestic beef, locally farmed produce, dairy, and freshly caught seafood. Other memorable dishes are the two-pounder loaded baked potato and the Surf & Turf for two.   


Whatever your stomach desires, Boston is the place for delicious and unique dining experiences both in taste and ambiance. So after a day of sightseeing or just getting out of the house, treat yourself to the best Boston has to offer!