Restaurant

Our reviews for individual restaurants

in Cambridge

Restaurant Review:

Dali

If you’re in Cambridge, Cuchi Cuchi is Dali’s sister concept and worth a visit, too.

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in North End

Restaurant Review:

Neptune Oyster

Of all of the restaurants on this list, Neptune is probably the hardest to get into. It’s the kind…

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in South Boston/Southie

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Lobstah on a Roll

Instead of a hot dog bun, they use a custom challah bread which is a significant upgrade. If you’r…

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in North End

Restaurant Review:

Boston Sail Loft

A relaxing environment like Legal Seafoods but without being surrounded by tourists.

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in Back Bay

Restaurant Review:

Island Creek Oyster Bar

The lobster roe noodles are really neat if you’re into it. Make sure to ask about the fish special…

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in Cambridge

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Alive and Kicking Lobsters

Alive and Kicking Lobsters also stands out for offering signature bottled sodas—something you defi…

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in North End

Restaurant Review:

Mamma Maria

Rabbit pasta—slow-cooked small farm Sonoma rabbit, in the Tuscan style, with pappardelle pasta, cr…

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in Seaport

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Yankee Lobster

Seating arrangement means limited elbowroom. More of a takeout joint.

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in North End

Restaurant Review:

Giacomo’s

Small but very cozy, and the staff are friendly and helpful to help you understand their menus which…

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in Somerville

Restaurant Review:

R.F. O’Sullivan & Son

Other specialties from the kitchen include the World-Famous Jambalaya, the Cock and Bull Platter, ch…

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in Somerville

Restaurant Review:

Highland Kitchen

Seafood for brunch? Ask for the shrimp grits, fried catfish, Woodbury’s littleneck clams, or local…

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in Somerville

Restaurant Review:

Tenoch

Good for takeout or for having a brief meal at one of the tables. Can get crowded.

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