The Very Best Local Restaurants in Boston

Don’t they say that the surest path to discovering a place’s culture runs through the stomach? Our Boston locals feel the same and they’re eager to share their favorite spots for breakfast, lunch, dinner, casual spots, fine dining, traditional kitchen, ethnic cuisine and everything in between — all without breaking the bank. When it comes to the best food in town, you’re in safe, expert hands with these restaurants.

Allston Diner – Simply dine-amite

Allston Diner – Simply dine-amite

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“Allston Diner” in Boston is the perfect mix of no-frills and quirky Allston charm for breakfast. It’s the place you’ll be kicking yourself if you miss…

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Angela’s Cafe – A taste of Puebla in Eastie

Angela’s Cafe – A taste of Puebla in Eastie

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“Angela’s Cafe” Boston specializes in Mexican cuisine. The food is always fresh and the service fast; I recommend the Huevos Poblanos for the adventurous!

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Asmara – Authentic Ethiopian

Asmara – Authentic Ethiopian

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“Asmara” was the first Ethiopian restaurant I tried in Boston, but it remains the most memorable. The flavors were unlike anything I’d tasted before…

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Audubon Bar – Eclectic brews and brunch

Audubon Bar – Eclectic brews and brunch

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“Audubon Bar” Boston is a bar I honestly cannot get enough of: grilled octopus, watermelon gazpacho, breakfast lasagna, not to mention late night drinks

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Back Deck – Grilled food all year long

Back Deck – Grilled food all year long

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“Back Deck” in Boston is my grill-inspired restaurant of choice for warding off the mid-winter blues. I love their Proven├žal vegetables with lentils…

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