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Boston being a truly elegant city hosts a wonderful array of culinary experiences. There are many fine dining restaurants but also plenty of options for eating out for the more casual tourist. Try something different and enjoy a lunch or dinner cruise in Boston's harbor.
Boston has such a variety of restaurants to offer that you can enjoy a different genre of food every single day. This cultural hub offers Italian, Mexican, Cambodian, Ethiopian, Chinese, Indian, Japanese, Afghan, French, Russian and many more restaurants.
Lovely breakfasts to start your day are plentiful in Boston. Highland Kitchen was voted the best place to have brunch in Boston by Bostonians. Two other great breakfast diners that are very popular in Boston are the Paramount and Zaftig. Get to either of these places early or you will have to wait in line; but it is worth the wait.
It is broadly debated as to which of the two make the best pancakes. Other wonderful breakfast venues are Soundbites Café, Metropolis Café, Thornton's Restaurant (which possibly has the largest menu) and Charlie's Sandwich Shoppe.
If you're in Beantown on a tight budget then some good advice is to have a Cambodian style lunch at Carambola. Their lunch box meals at half the price are superbly put together with unique juices to choose from. They also offer plenty of hearty specials for lunch and dinner.
If you would like a meal with a twist while in Boston then why not try one of the many Ethiopian restaurants. Ethiopian eating encourages eating with your hands and restaurants such as Asmara Restaurant in Cambridge offer fabulous culinary adventures and superb service.
For a pub dinner there is no better place than Lower Depths Tap Room, known for their outstanding burgers. When you are in Boston be sure to pop in for a pint and burger. If you missed dinner or feel like a late night snack then Franklin Café is the place to go. There is always a lively and hospitable atmosphere to greet you. Franklin's is also great place to make new friends.
While it is fun to go out and experiment with different restaurants, the more cautious may go with the restaurants that Bostonians voted the best. For Italian dining Cantina Italiana was voted best.
Estragon Tapas Bar is a Spanish restaurant that offers very unique meals for the more daring palates however if you are not brave they cater for the shy palate as well. Grill 23 & Bar is the place to go for meat eaters; if a good steak is what you want for dinner you will not be disappointed.
For French cuisine Mistral is the place to have a good dinner. Pairings is a great restaurant for snacking with many reasonably priced small plate dishes. It is great if you prefer variety. Clios was voted best tasting menu, as chef Ken
Oringer makes the meals so beautiful that you may feel bad about having to defile his art to enjoy his extremely delicious cooking.
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