The chef here has decades of experience pairing food and wine. Let’s face it, there’s no better pairing than a delicious dinner and spectacular waterfront views.
A gem on the newly-rebuilt Liberty Wharf, Temazcal Tequila Cantina has opened to rave reviews. “One of the best Mexican restaurants in the country,” and “quite possibly the best food I have ever had,” boasted two reviewers on Yelp. The upscale Mexican eatery appropriately offers an enormous selection of 300 tequilas. Techies take note, wait staff presents the menu on an Apple iPad.
This floating restaurant offers a variety of options, which are typically buffet-style. You can choose from a lunch, a dinner, or even a lobster cruise. The views are breathtaking, abundant, and ever-changing.
It’s simple but delicious focus is on authentic Italian pasta and pizza. The section of outdoor seating on Rowe’s Wharf provides views of the harbor during the summer season.
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Other places spend time and money on atmosphere, this no-frills takeout joint focuses on making the biggest and best lobster roll you could dream up. To call Bell Isle a “shack” may be overstating the décor, but it’s hard not to understate just how delicious this food is.
For nearly a century, the James Hook family has built up a stellar reputation. There’s a reason this landmark has been able to survive the Great Depression, this decade’s recession, the Big Dig, and a devastating 2008 fire.
Some say the best view in Boston is one where you’re looking at Boston. The patio offers gorgeous unobstructed views of the city’s skyline. Go for the food and stay for the view.
What’s better than trying to decide between a ham, potato, and cheddar omelet or a Fried Oyster Po’ Boy? How about sitting on the second-floor patio, staring off into Boston Harbor while you’re deciding? Spectacular views accompany the sleek ambiance. The food and service live up to most expectations.