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So you want to try something new in Boston? You’re tired of the same old fast food or that one restaurant where the waiters know you by your first name. This guide will help you find a new spot that will have everything the way you like it – food, atmosphere, service, and price. You could dine in one of the many luxury hotels in Boston such as the Doyle Collections Back Bay hotel, or you could venture out to one of the following.

American Food:

Kingston Station: Kingston Station is located in the middle of downtown Boston and you could easily miss it. But you’d be smart to take notice as the Station serves up great fresh American food at an excellent price in a cozy clean atmosphere. (617) 482-6282

Eastern Standard: The Eastern Standard is a new restaurant that just opened in the Hotel Commonwealth. They offer a wide variety of food, from steaks to schitzel, roast salmon to paella. The staff and service is extremely courteous and friendly, and the restaurant itself is comfortable and spacious. (617) 532-9100

Union Bar & Grille: The Union Bar and Grille offers eat some great steaks, burgers, and seafood, well-mixed drinks, and a comfortable place to hang out and watch a game. The food is fresh, excellent and well priced. (617) 423-0555

Italian Food:

Al Dente: Located in the North End, Al Dente offers excellent service and high quality Italian food that is known for its excellent matching of competing flavors. (617) 523-0990

Teatro: Teatro is a casual dining experience that offers inspired versions of old Italian classics in a dramatic high walled dining area. The food is excellent and reasonably priced. The service is fast and friendly. 617-617-6841

Maurizio’s: A great little two story Italian restaurant in the North End. Leans towards Sardinian inspired cooking, with lots of fish and native cheeses. Excellent casual dining experience. (617) 367-1123


Sel de la Terre: Excellent all around classic French dishes at a reasonable price. Great after-work menu with lots of drink deals. (617) 266-8800

Brasserie Jo: Serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner, Brasserie Jo is certainly full-service. They offer a wide variety of great French and seafood, and have some excellent wines. (617) 425-3240

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