Where to Eat in Boston
Food critic John Mariani recommends six Boston restaurants for their innovative menu selections.
With a legacy of historic restaurants dating back to the early 19th century at places like Durgin-Park and the Union Oyster House, Boston’s dining scene has always capitalised on its bounty from the sea and New England farms that deliver the finest regional ingredients. Generations of great chefs have put these ingredients to good use, often in innovative and exciting ways, and this state of affairs holds true in some of the newest restaurants throughout town. Here are a few of the best bets in and around Boston.