Dan SecatoreBoston Staff Writer
Dan spent three years traveling the world as a political operative and advance staffer in the Obama Administration. Pretty cool job, huh? It was, until he quit and went to law school, a decision he made against the advice of every person in his life, in addition to several strangers who yelled at him in the line at Chop’t. Eight years later, he gets paid to make jokes about avocado toast and explain 90s references to his co-workers, so you tell us who made the right decision.
Cha Cha Cha is a taco and burrito cart in Back Bay Station that makes Back Bay Station slightly more bearable.
Because the neighborhood does have more than just Irish pubs.
Shay’s is an Irish pub in Harvard Square that also thinks it’s a wine bar, which is cute.
The L Street is an Irish pub in South Boston that will make you contemplate whether you like apples.
Cafe Mamtaz is pretty much your only option for Indian in South Boston, so luckily it’s pretty good.
Local 149 is a gastropub in South Boston. It’s not a great place, but it’ll do.
Croke Park (AKA Whitey’s) is a dive in South Boston that’s so popular it’s no longer a dive.
Capo is an enormous and (sadly) mediocre Italian restaurant and bar in South Boston.
Fat Baby is a sushi place in South Boston where the focus less on the sushi and more on the fun.
Roza Lyons is a nice little drinking spot on East Broadway in South Boston.
Rondo’s is a South Boston sandwich shop with big, cheap subs.