Look for more casual seafood preparations than at Legal Sea Foods proper.
Try sandwiches with plenty of herbs at this new Financial District lunch spot.
After almost three long years, the teppanyaki spot is back!
Especially good for tonight: the extensive selection of hot alcoholic beverages.
Cheap steaks and old school desserts on Route 128.
Get ready for lots of fish in the former home of Excelsior.
Mark Goldberg's menu is filled with small, sharable plates.
Finally, a burger stuffed with bacon and cheddar!
The menu for Jean-Georges' newest venture does not disappoint.
Pan-Latin tapas sit alongside a burger.
Would you pay $21 for a movie ticket if it meant you could order food at your seat?
A tasting of deviled eggs and 30 plus beers are on the offering at the long-delayed bar and restaurant.
Laura Henry-Zoubir's spot offers creative comfort food.
Classier cocktails than the North End location and some Sasso leftovers.
White truffle duck eggs and a $125 caviar supplement make this the most over-the-top brunch in town.
In the grand tradition of fall, get ready for more comfort food small plates.
Mark Cina's kitchen will put out gastropub fare to be served alongside a lengthy cocktail and beer list.