40 "Unique Dining Experience" restaurants in Boston.
Tanám is a Filipino restaurant that’s really just a single table in a small room in Union Square, and it’s outstanding.
Juliet in Union Square is an unpretentious French tasting menu restaurant in a low-key space.
Neptune Oyster is a ridiculously popular oyster bar in the North End. It’s worth it if you can get in.
The Daily Catch is an Italian seafood restaurant in North End with great squid dishes and wine in plastic cups.
Mariel is a Cuban restaurant downtown. Don’t let all the selfies distract you from the fact that it’s actually really good.
Hojoko is a Japanese restaurant in the Fenway that is the opposite of a sensory deprivation tank.
No Relation is a secret sushi counter inside of a South End tiki bar that’s also kind of a secret.
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.
Belle Isle Seafood is a classic New England seafood shack with harbor views in Winthrop.
KO Pies is a chill spot for meat pies and outdoor Jenga on the industrial waterfront of East Boston.
Tres Gatos is a restaurant and bar in Jamaica Plain that also sells books and records.
The Backroom at Moody’s is a great restaurant attached to a great deli in Waltham.