These are Phantom’s picks for the 8 tastiest spots from Davis Square to Assembly Row.
The grill is always blazing and the sauté pans are simmering, while creative sandwiches are stacked, stuffed and rolled. It seems there’s always something special cooking in The Kitchen.
Located right on Boston’s historic Freedom Trail, The Tap Trailhouse serves fare that’s a deliciously updated tribute to the classic Yankee cooking of yesteryear.
Marco’s Restaurant on Route One in Peabody is a humble 60 seat eatery that seems more like Naples than the North Shore.
Out of all the meatballs in every Italian restaurant and sub shop around, these are the 8 Greatest Phantom has ever found.
There’s Italian being spoken in the kitchen, an imported wood burning oven from Naples, and pizzas that will make you smile.
At Prezo Bar and Grill in Milford they make all of that Italian food you love with authentic, time-tested recipes.
Tucked away in an office park in in Bedford, Cucina D has quickly become a go to spot for big plates of hearty, heartwarming Italian cuisine and old school family recipes.
Located in a renovated 1850’s train station, Crave in Amesbury is a neighborhood bistro offering upscale city fare at suburban prices.
Just because a restaurant has multiple locations, doesn’t mean it can’t give you good food and great value.