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Hook & Reel

Hook & Reel is a good low country boil seafood spot in Revere that also has po’ boys and shucked oysters.

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Orfano

Orfano is an Italian steakhouse in the Fenway. It has a three-foot tall pepper mill, so that’s something.

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Mariel

Mariel is a Cuban restaurant downtown. Don’t let all the selfies distract you from the fact that it’s actually really good.

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No Relation

No Relation is a secret sushi counter inside of a South End tiki bar that’s also kind of a secret.

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The Haven

The Haven is a Jamaica Plain pub and, if you ever open a wormhole that brings Robert Burns to the present day, this would be a good spot to bring him.

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KO Pies At The Shipyard

KO Pies is a chill spot for meat pies and outdoor Jenga on the industrial waterfront of East Boston.

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BLR

BLR is a Chinese small plates place in Chinatown, and it’s a good option if you want to feel like you’re in an illegal gambling den.

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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.

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Myung Dong 1st Ave

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.

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465 Bar & Restaurant

465 is the full-service American restaurant inside the Museum of Fine Arts.

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Map Room Tea Lounge

The Map Room is a cocktail bar located inside the Copley Square library, and one that deserves to be patronized by people other than tourists.

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Saloon

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).

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Martsa on Elm

Martsa on Elm is a casual Tibetan place in Davis Square.

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Tsurumen Ramen

Tsurumen is a ramen place in Davis Square that you have to get to quickly, because it’s only going to be open for 1,000 days.

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Trillium Brewing

Trillium is a brewery in the Seaport. The line out the door will be full of people coming for the beer, but the food is actually really good, too.

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Tanám

Tanám is a Filipino restaurant that’s really just a single table in a small room in Union Square, and it’s outstanding.

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Hojoko

Hojoko is a Japanese restaurant in the Fenway that is the opposite of a sensory deprivation tank.

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Night Market

Night Market is a Harvard Square basement filled with Asian street food and graffiti art on the walls.

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Charlie’s Kitchen

Charlie’s Kitchen is a diner, beer garden, and punk bar all rolled into one in Harvard Square.

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A4cade

A4cade is a speakeasy arcade in Central Square with a greasy menu.