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Where To Eat And Drink In The North End
These are the 14 best places to eat and drink in Boston’s North End.
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Woods Hill Pier 4
Woods Hill is a restaurant in the Seaport. It’s named after a farm, so that should give you a pretty good idea of what to expect.
Select Oyster Bar
Select Oyster Bar is a relaxed Back Bay seafood restaurant and bar with a small but very good menu.
Napoles is a Latin and Italian restaurant in Eastie with a plane crashing into the side of the building (for whatever reason).
Lolita is a Mexican place in the Seaport that’s more like a gothic bar than a restaurant.
Sumiao Hunan Kitchen
Sumiao is a Kendall Square restaurant that serves some great Hunan food.
Samuel Adams Brewery
Samuel Adams is a brewery in Jamaica Plain, but you knew that already.
Trillium Fenway is the much smaller (but still crowded, because Trillium) Fenway outpost of one of Boston’s best breweries.
Stillwater is a Downtown Boston restaurant that serves great Ritz cracker-crusted fried chicken.
Shays Pub & Wine Bar
Shay’s is an Irish pub in Harvard Square that also thinks it’s a wine bar, which is cute.
Moonshine 152 is a great little restaurant in South Boston that serves Asian-ish street food.
KO Pies At The Shipyard
KO Pies is a chill spot for meat pies and outdoor Jenga on the industrial waterfront of East Boston.
Cafe Pamplona in Harvard Square is a unique, old school coffee shop.
Time Out Market
Time Out Market is a giant food hall in Fenway with stalls run by some great Boston restaurants. It’s cool, but be prepared to pay the tourist tax.
Jonquil's Cafe & Bakery
Jonquil's is a Back Bay cafe with some cool desserts.
Rosebud American Kitchen & Bar
Rosebud is an American spot in Davis Square with a nice bar area and some good pie.
The Burren is an Irish Pub in Davis Square with lots of live music and a refreshing paucity of shamrocks on the walls.
Committee is a perfectly OK Greek spot on Fan Pier that has a fun outdoor bar in the summer.