24 "People Watching" restaurants in Boston.
Uni is a flashy Japanese izakaya in Back Bay with a $16 spoon, hot rock wagyu beef, and lots of small plates you won’t want to stop ordering.
Hojoko is a Japanese restaurant in the Fenway that is the opposite of a sensory deprivation tank.
Nathalie is a relaxed wine bar in the Fenway with small bites and an interesting wine list.
Puro Ceviche Bar is Latin tapas place, and it’s our favorite restaurant on Newbury Street.
The first thing you’ll notice at Myung Dong in Allston is the K-Pop videos playing on a loop. The second thing you’ll notice is the good Korean menu.
Beehive is a comfort food restaurant in the South End that has nightly live music.
Darryl’s is a jazz bar that serves Southern classics like fried chicken and waffles and shrimp and grits.
Ilona is a Georgian restaurant in the South End. It’s one of the only Georgian restaurants in Boston, but when it’s this good, one is all you need.
Saloon is a speakeasy in Davis Square that's so dark you might fall asleep in there (though probably not if it's burlesque night).
As you probably guessed, the Rooftop at Revere is the Revere Hotel's rooftop bar. It's got couches, an indoor pool, and decent drinks and bites.
Longfellows is a coffee counter inside Lamplighter Brewing in Cambridge with good sandwiches.
Lion’s Tail is an Italian-ish retaurant in the South End with a very happening bar.
La Fabrica is a lively Latin restaurant in Central Square with live music and a big menu of small plates and ceviche.
Buttermilk and Bourbon is a Southern restaurant in Back Bay with a nice brunch and a large patio overlooking Comm Ave.