(Closed) Boston Foodies

posted 11 years ago in Boston
Post # 3
596 posts
Busy bee

I don’t live in Boston anymore but when I used to live there, my favorite place was Blue Ginger in Wellesley!

I also love Oiishi and Finale. 🙂

Post # 4
275 posts
Helper bee

We eat in Cambridge a lot and I love Temple Bar-

Post # 5
329 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: July 2009

Stephanie’s on Newbury is definitely a fave–I’ve never had a bad meal there! Has anone tried the new Stephi’s on Tremont?

Hamersley’s Bistro is amazing.

Also love Giacomo’s–the one in the South End. Same delicious, affordable food as the North End but no hour-long line

Post # 6
497 posts
Helper bee

Quite honestly, my favorite Italian restaurant is Delfino’s in Roslindale.  It outshines anything you will find in the North End by miles!!

Post # 8
2434 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: September 2008

I really liked The Capital Grille when I went there for restaurant week.

Post # 9
538 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: December 1969

Corn- I love Delphino’s too!

It depends on where I am for my favortie

Roslindale- Delphino’s – I LOVE their steak! I also like Sophia’s Grotto’s bread and dip!

Downtown- The Grotto & Ruth’s Chris- Grotto has amazing fondue, Ruths Chris is amazing if you love butter.

JP- Bella Luna (Although i heard they have a new chef, who isn;t as good, but I havent been there since he started), I also went to Bukkara (sp?) and I never tried Indian food prior, but it was really good!

North End- Al Dente- Great restaraunt, but sicne it isn’t on the main street, their is hardly ever a line

Hyde Park- Townsends – my newest favorite! Irish food and so many beers on tap

Brookline- The Golden Temple- my favorite scallion pancakes and they have an awesome new years eve party

 I eat out way to much and have too many favorites!

Post # 10
88 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: July 2009

Casa Romero in the Back Bay. 

Also El Pelon was a staple of my life before their last fire.   

Post # 11
57 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: May 2012

Petit Robert Bistro in south end and kenmore area! great place for cheap french bistro food! been there like 5 times in the last three months and its never disapointed!

myers and cheng in the south end was great fusion (contemporary asian) food and i’ve been wanting to go back again soon!

porter square has some hidden great eats like ramen, and cafe mami!


Post # 12
407 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: June 2010

YAY Boston restaurants! I have a couple of random favorites – Wagamama in both Harvard Sq and Faneuil Hall (I know it’s a chain, but it’s yummy and cheap!) If you like sushi, check out Douzo in the Back Bay!

Post # 13
101 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: August 2009

Oleana and East Coast Grill in Cambridge

Post # 14
647 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: July 2010

I got engaged in Boston!  We ate at the Taiwan Cafe in Chinatown when we were there for the marathon and it was delicious.

Post # 15
209 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: September 2010

So many good places to eat in Boston!

Hands down, best place ever for sushi is Oishii in Chestnut Hill (NOT the one in the South End).  Once you’ve had it, you can never go back to anything else.  But if you can’t get to Chestnut Hill, the next best place is Duozo (as previously recommended) but it still doesn’t compare to Oishii.  

I love Silvertone for comfort food and it’s such a fun place to get some drinks with friends also.  Some of my favorite brunch places are Henrietta’s Kitchen (really expensive but a great place to go for a celebration) and Metropolis.

@katrinab – I’ve been to Stephi’s on Tremont and it’s the same quality as Stephanie’s.  The menu is almost the same too I believe.  I love their salads.

Post # 16
141 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: October 2010

i really miss the little crepe place in beacon hill and just about every restaurant in the north end!  i lived in both neighborhoods for about six months before i gave up on boston winters and moved back to FL!

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