Very french! Top service. I'm always ehh with trying new foods, and I'm not the biggest fan of French food. This food, was good. I was scared as hell.
42) 29 Newbury
Believe it or not, I visited here during Boston Restaurant Week with my sister and we only paid $40 for this! Taxes and tip not included, but still remarkable!
75) Cheesecake Factory
When can you ever go wrong with this place? I had a delicious veggie burger and virgin strawberry daiquiri. Cheesecake factory has the most extensive menu I've ever seen. You will be sure to discover something you love eventually.
Great Asian quality food, conveniently located right on Boylston amongst other top restaurants like Abe & Louie's and Atlantic Fish Co.
37) Parish Cafe and Bar
Must try the Reggae Wings!
22) Fire & Ice
Completely amazing how they cook the food right in front of you, after you choose your meats and vegetables to go with it. A great place to try if you're ever in Boston.
Class. Class. Class. Wonderful service and a great view of Boylston Street. Bartender is extremely friendly.
38) Legal Sea Foods
Novice to seafood, Legals is a perfect place to start! I like seafood now!
I've been to Charley's a few times and I get the same thing every time, chicken wings lol. Their customer service is great. We always get the food instantly which I'm always itching about lol. I'm hungry!
6) Bistro Du Midi
Class, class, and class. Small, with great (really great) food. It reminds me of France.
7) Stephanie's On Newbury
This has got to be one of my favorite spots. I think their chicken wings top the two aforementioned lol. Before you get your meal, they serve you all types of delicious bread with butter. This is a plus for me. The bread is amazing. Like Scoozi, it's a great place to dine at when you're shopping alone on a hot summer day also.
Wagamama is a Jap restaurant. At first, I didn't like it because I thought the food was too plain, but the plainness grew on me, strangely. The atmosphere is very Jap. It's a great place for you and your friends to make a quick stop at after shopping at Saks, they're adjacent lol.
9) Sel de la Terre
Not a big fan of French food, but the view and options Sel de la Terre offers is definitely sufficient enough.
14) Capital Grille
One of the most beautfiul restaurants in Boston city. QUALITY FOOD, but I believe this is a chain restaurant and already reputable throughout the states. Excellent service.
Quite lively and the servers are very friendly and accommodating. They have the best mac & cheese ever. I still remember the taste of those tacos.
16) Abe & Louie's -- FAVORITE
Best customer service ever, especially if you choose to dine alone. This is probably my favorite restaurant in Boston. I know that I'm going to taste something good, whatever it is I get.
27) Max Brenner
They're always a winner! ALWAYS! Whether it's breakfast, lunch or dinner. So many options!
17) Top of the Hub
The view? This restaurant is located on the 52nd floor of Boston's Prudential. My gosh. A bit pricey, but this is a great spot to dine at on a special occasion.
Scoozi is the most frequented restaurant I attend whenever I'm home. Why? Because it's good and cheap! Their chicken wings are the best! But don't get the extremely hot ones because those are inedible. Great place to dine at when you're shopping alone on a hot summer day.
11) Joe's American Bar & Grill
Usually I'm not a fan of basic American restaurants, but, I'll make the exception for Joe's lol. They renovated it since the last time I've been there. No food pictures because I haven't been there in years, but it's a really good spot, especially when you want to watch a game.
5 Napkin Burger