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Boston Dining


Boston is home to great chefs, from Iron Chef contestant Ken Oringer to Food & Wine magazine Best Chef, Barbara Lynch. If you like seafood or steak or tofu, we got it and lots of it. No matter your budget you can find something here.

Within walking distance to the Theatre District's Boston Park Plaza, is Chinatown, Back Bay, and Beacon Hill. If you like dipping your food, then the Melting Pot is right in the hotel. Prefer a pint and a burger, then you may want to try M.J. O' Connor's. Want to try some chowder that has been served at presidential inaugurations? Then head across the way to Legal Sea Foods. How about a new take on Boston Cream Pie? Finale, a dessert place is for you.

Never been to Chinatown? Within a 15 minute walk you can not only get Chinese food but also Malaysian and Vietnamese. On a nice cold night, some pho at Pho Pasteur may be tasty or how about cooking your meal in a hot pot at Shabu-Zen? On your way you may pass by Jacob Wirth and instead stop in for a nice German brew and a brat. Get sidetracked with a vegetable pakora or some vegan food at Tantric Indian Bistro.

If it is cold out and you want to be indoors, try the Copley and Prudential Malls in Back Bay. Here you will find Legal Seafoods, California Pizza Kitchen, Wagamama, PF Changs and a food court. It is just a T stop away (Green line T to Copley or Prudential) or you can walk it in about 15 minutes. Fancy schmancy is what you are after, then next door to the Prudential by the Mandarin Oriental is Sel de la Terre and L'Espalier or bite into a dry-aged steak at the Capital Grille located at the Hynes Convention Center.

Between Back Bay and Beacon Hill is Newbury Street home to shopping and restaurants. At one end is Tapeo Restaurant and Tapas Bar and the other is 29 Newbury and everything in between from burritos at Boloco to frozen yogurt at PinkBerry. If you are at Beacon Hill why not go where everybody knows your name. Go and visit Cheers.

How about some Italian food? Accessible by the T is the North End (Green line to Haymarket or North Station). Stop by at Assaggio's or Trattoria Il Panino. But save some room for dessert at the popular Mike's Pastry or Bova's Bakery which is open 24 hours. And while you are there can you spot the streets where Ben Affleck's The Town was filmed?

Need something gluten-free? Try Legal Seafoods, PF Changs, Stephanie's on Newbury, or the Grill 23 & Bar. You too have options. You can find more here.

Getting hungry? If you can believe it, this is just a small glimpse of our restaurants because Boston doesn't just have baked beans and tea!

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