So much of Boston can be enjoyed without spending a dime, but a tasty dinner is worth splurging on. From comfort food to seafood and everything in between, the city has you covered in every aspect. Don’t let another day go by without trying these unique and scrumptious dining experiences.
If you think that you can’t get a good ole’ southern meal in New England, you haven’t been to Southern Proper. Specializing in comfort dishes such as crispy pig tails, vinegar pork rinds, and baby back ribs, the chef and owner strives to share a part of his North Carolina upbringing in a comfortable, easy, and relaxing environment. Care for an adult drink? Don’t leave the scene before washing down the country fixings with a house specialty, whiskey, bourbon, or even a bottle of Miller High Life.
Mooncusser Fish House
For the best seafood options in town, head to Mooncusser Fish House on Stuart Street. While its name sounds like a seafood shack by the beach, it’s actually a high-end restaurant serving up exquisite delights including stuffed skate with lobster and chard as well as seared scallops with lentils, and mushrooms. With a convenient location in the Back Bay, there’s no excuse not to stop by for dinner.
Saus’s deliciously flavored Belgium-inspired dishes are perfectly paired with unique condiments of your choice. Locals, tourists, and Belgians alike will fall in love with the corn dogs, green eggs and ham, pomme frites, waffles, and sandwiches. With fresh and homemade food, an exclusive selection of craft beers, and over a dozen different condiments from which to choose, Saus successfully merges traditional Belgium flavors with current food trends.
Feeling a little adventurous? Some of the best Southeast Asian cuisine in town can be found at Tiger Mama. Featuring funky decor, fun cocktails, and flavor-packed entrees, this cute gem is a hotspot for locals and tourists who are craving something different. From Singapore street noodles and brown butter laksa to claypot chicken and crispy pork ribs, dinner at this restaurant will definitely be a memorable event.
After a long day of sightseeing, The Gallows is the perfect spot to grab some good American-like comfort food. The restaurant specializes in burgers, poutine, and steak frites, and you wouldn’t want to forgo the classic stoner’s delight for dessert. If you’re in the mood for a loud and welcoming time paired with innovative food options, this gastropub is your best bet.
When in Boston, do as the New Englanders do, and eat at a seafood lover’s paradise. Frequented often by locals, Saltie Girl does seafood right with its raw bar, fried lobster and waffles, and ahi tuna. Along with its large selection of seafood dishes, you won’t be able to resist the innovative cocktail menu featuring drinks like saltie and earl gray.
We’re sure your tummy’s rumbling with hunger already, so don’t forget to add these Boston dining options to your itinerary.