35 "Downtown" Restaurants in Boston.
Mariel is a Cuban restaurant downtown. Don’t let all the selfies distract you from the fact that it’s actually really good.
Gene’s is a counter-service spot Downtown with outstanding hand-pulled noodles.
Oisa Ramen is a counter-service spot on Broad Street that’s great for a quick lunch.
Boston Chops is Downtown steakhouse that looks and feels very much the way you expect a downtown steakhouse to.
The Emory is an American place on the top of Beacon Hill that’s a little better and a little more fun than most places in Downtown Boston.
Casa Razdora is a counter-service Italian place downtown with great sandwiches.
James Hook Lobster is a seafood shack in the middle of Downtown Boston.
Foumami is an Asian sandwich place Downtown that you should keep in mind for lunch.
Sam LaGrassa’s is a Downtown lunch place that serves really big sandwiches.
Bar Mercato is a Downtown restaurant with a menu that works for a lot of different situations.
Chacarero is a lunch spot downtown that pretty much only serves one really big, really good Chilean sandwich.
Pabu is a sleek izakaya on the second floor of the Millennium Tower downtown.