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Boston is Massachusetts’ capital and largest city. Founded in 1630, it’s one of the oldest cities in the U.S. 

Our Top 5 Restaurant Picks in Boston Massachusetts

Carmelina's offers traditional Sicilian comfort food with a Mediterranean twist from Executive Chef Damien DiPaola and Chef di Cucina Michael Hollenkamp. Carmelina’s opened in 2012 and is located on Hanover Street in the heart of Boston's famous Little Italy (a.k.a The North End). Since then, Chef DiPaola has transformed old family recipes from his family’s best dishes, into modern Italian cuisine with equal parts fresh pasta and seafood.

Specialty Food, Italian, Pizza

Monica’s Mercato offers a large selection of all the ingredients, pastas and wines used at their award-winning restaurants! This is Boston’s home for Italian specialties and incredible sandwiches. 


Luke's Lobster is located right around the corner from the Boston Marathon finish line and the Boston Public library. Their Back Bay shack serves traceable, sustainable lobster, crab and shrimp rolls worthy of the city of champions. Try them out on Exeter Street to taste for yourself!

Italian, Wine Bars

SRV Boston offers cicchetti and shared plates featuring the cuisine of the wonderful city and region of Venice, Italy. Known for excellent food and friendly service, this Boston staple offers a modern twist on traditional Italian classics. 

Seafood, Bars

Neptune Oyster is a high-end oyster bar offering warm, buttered lobster rolls and raw oysters you'll want to write home about. They also serve delectable chowders, making this an excellent seafood stop in Boston's North End. 

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