Whether it’s chicken, pork or steak, if it’s in fresh-made telera bread, the torta is a tasty dish that’s perfect for lunch or dinner. Taste the best of Boston’s tortas at one of these restaurants.
If you want a new spin on an American classic like French toast, French fries or grits, or if you’re just looking to try something new from another location, top chefs in Boston are here to please.
Get fresh breads from When Pigs Fly, homemade desserts from Baking with Joy or fresh produce from Kimball Fruit Farm; Dewey Square Farmers Market has a little bit of everything in local flavors.
Perfect portions of lamb meatballs, goat cheese and fried strawberries will keep you coming back for more at tapas locations from Somerville to the South End.
These Boston spots don’t offer your average buffets. Try a brunch menu, some delicious Indian or a drool-worthy meat selection for Boston’s own take on the traditional all-you-can-eat.
Spicy or mild, vegetarian or omnivore, dive into Ethiopian cuisine and you might just discover you like it after all. Try out any of these Boston spots for a taste of the African region.
From the surprising cranberry jalapeño at Poe’s Kitchen to the classic strawberry at Whiskey’s, the quest to find the best margarita creation has begun. Whether you like them frozen or on the rocks, sweet or salty, find your ideal tequila drink this Cinco de Mayo with these great options.