Located in the new Assembly Row shopping center, this Asian eatery has minimal decor, dim lighting and a sushi bar lined with some of the most talented sushi chefs in the area.
Some people say that authentic New York style bagels have become extinct, but at one Cambridge eatery, crusty, artisan, hand-crafted bagels are served piping hot, pulled from the oven moments before they hit your mouth.
See if you can guess which fizzy brand ended up at the top of the food chain.
When you need something more substantial than just peanuts and Cracker Jack, these are Phantom’s picks for the 8 Greatest place to eat outside Fenway Park.
Texas natives Jason and Shannon Ladd are bringing friendly hospitality and delicious southern style cooking to Ferry Street Food and Drink.
Bred, in the Lower Mills section of Dorchester is a new take out spot where gourmet burgers are sizzled up, piled up, wrapped up, and eaten up, by customers who have quickly made this place an instant classic.
The Depot Street Tavern is the kind of place only the locals know about: where the beer is ice cold, the atmosphere is like a party, the prices are lower than you can possibly imagine, and the food is better than you could ever expect.
There’s a place in Revere called New Deal Fruit, but every single thing about it is decidedly old school.
Boston is known for Italian restaurants and seafood, but it also has a fair share of great Greek eats.
The Tuckaway takes farm-to-table to a whole new level.