Emmet's Pub & Restaurant 101 Tremont St Ste 615, Boston, MA02108 The dim lighting and dark wood create a traditional Irish pub atmosphere at Emmet's Pub & Restaurant. On pleasant…More days, enjoy lunch at the front table and watch the hustle and bustle of Beacon Hill out of the open window. In the evenings, grab a stool at the bar or, for a quieter dinner, request a table in the rear of the restaurant.
Eastern Bakers Supply Co. 145 N Washington St, Boston, MA02114 Founded in 1946, Eastern Bakers Supply Co. specializes in the sale of food preparation equipment to the restaurant…More industry. Grills, ovens, popcorn machines, refrigerators, frying ranges and mixers are among the products sold to restaurants. The company also offers kitchen design services, fast delivery and buy-back of used equipment. In addition to serving the restaurant industry, Eastern Bakers Supply Co. also sells kitchen appliances to individual consumers.
Primo's Restaurant 28 Myrtle St, Boston, MA02114 Serving classic Italian food since 1972, Primo's Restaurant is one of the more traditional eateries in the area. Known…More for its affordability and welcoming atmosphere, the establishment serves a variety of pizzas, as well as pasta, calzones and sandwiches, which are made with quality ingredients.
Artu On Charles St 89 Charles St, Boston, MA02108 This lunch and dinner spot is a 2009 restaurant member in good standing as one of the leading Italian restaurants in…More America. The small, quaint space is set just below the Charles Street level. It also has a location in the North End.
Clink Restaurant is located within the Liberty Hotel, a former prison that has been converted into a modern, luxury…More hotel. Clink's interior is intentionally constructed to retain some original features of the prison, including the setting of tables inside that are the remnants of the original jail cells, with cell bars included, giving diners a unique experience: modern American cuisine prepared with organic, local ingredients surrounded by the vestiges of a jail first constructed in 1851.
The Beehive 541 Tremont St, Boston, MA02116 Located at the Boston Center for the Arts on Tremont Street, The Beehive is a restaurant and bar serving dinner nightly…More and brunch on the weekends. Open daily, the Beehive offers a full bar and regularly scheduled live music performances, as well as a menu of small plates, raw bar fare, fish, steaks, sandwiches and more. The restaurant also hosts private parties. Visit the Beehive website for full brunch, dinner and drink menus.
Liberty Hotel 215 Charles St, Boston, MA02114 Occupying the building that once served as Charles Street Jail, this luxury hotel has imposing stone walls and a…More fortress-like appearance. The expansive lobby offers restaurants, a bar and morning coffee, all with a view of the catwalks on each of the four floors above. The original building features hallways lined with historic jail cells and a limited number of guest rooms, while the majority of rooms are located in the more modern, adjacent tower. Dining options for guests and locals abound with four restaurants: Clink, Alibi, Scampo and the Liberty Bar.
Toscano Restaurant 47 Charles St Pl, Boston, MA02129 Toscano strives to provide authentic, high-quality Tuscan cuisine to the Beacon Hill area. The restaurant prides itself…More on attention to detail and an emphasis on fresh ingredients, and offers handmade pasta, pizza and artisanal cheese, and prepares dishes with the highest quality olive oil. Cuisine includes seafood, wild game, veal meatballs, bufala mozzarella, lobster risotto, fresh porcini and more. The wine list emphasizes the Tuscan Sangiovese grape, from which Chianti and Brunello di Montalcino are made.
Pierrot Bistrot 272 Cambridge St, Boston, MA02114 The owner and chef of Pierrot Bistrot, Pierre Sosnitsky, finds inspiration for the menu of his restaurant from the…More French cuisine of his childhood. The restaurant serves appetizers, lunch and dinner, with entrees including foie gras, fresh greens with chevre cheese, quiche, steak tartare, duck confit, Boeuf Bourguignon, rabbit with rosemary and plums and other traditional French dishes. The wine list features domestic and French wines, available by the bottle, glass or carafe.
Mooo is a modern, luxury steak house offering such steak cuts as New York strip, filet mignon and ribeye. The…More restaurant also serves Kobe beef, steak tartare, caviar, seafood, and sides including steamed asparagus, exotic mushroom mix, truffled parmesan fries and gourmet potato skins made of Yukon Gold potatoes, gruyere cheese and bacon.
Mooo serves breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner, and is available for catered events of up to 75 people. Mooo also has an extensive wine list of more than 500 wines stored in the restaurant's wine cellar. It is located inside XV Beacon Hotel.
Owned by renowned chef and restaurateur Barbara Lynch, No. 9 Park is one of Boston's most famous fine-dining…More restaurants. Located just steps from the Massachusetts State House, the restaurant is set in an elegant Beacon Hill townhouse and features a warm, romantic interior decor characterized by rich, dark, wood floors and dazzling chandeliers.
Patrons can expect a truly gourmet dining experience here, from beautifully presented dishes featuring Italian and French influences to exquisite wine pairings selected by Wine Director Cat Silirie.
No. 9 Park also offers custom menus and wine selections for private dinners up to 75 persons, and cocktail receptions up to 100.
Zen Restaurant 101 Tremont Street, Boston, MA02108 Located on Beacon Street near the Massachusetts State House, Zen offers a delicious selection of sushi, sake and other…More traditional Japanese dishes. This cozy establishment features warm orange hues on the walls and in the interior lighting, and two floors of seating including a small bar upstairs. This moderately priced restaurant offers a "zen" atmosphere to contrast the hustle and bustle of traffic near the State House, and patrons can be seen quietly chatting inside over dinner. Take out is available for lunch and dinner, with delivery also available during dinner hours.
Felcaro Pizzeria 280 Cambridge St, Boston, MA02114 Felcaro Pizzeria was established 10 years ago, and is famous for its fresh pizza. But the highlight of the restaurant is…More its hours of operation on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays: it is the only place in the area open until 3am. As a result, the eatery gets packed on those days and people have to wait in line to have their favorite pizza.
This Subway location features the the chain's classic selection of subs, $5 foot longs, chips, cookies,…More a kids' menu and catering services. The interior is relatively small, but has bar seating along the window with five available chairs. The store accepts all major credit cards and debit cards, but there is also an ATM right outside the entrance.
Union Oyster House 41 Union St, Boston, MA02108 In business for 184 years, this is America's oldest restaurant in continuous operation. The space is surprisingly large…More with one bar for drinks and another for oysters, multiple dining rooms and even a gift shop. Every nook of this venerable establishment offers a history lesson through plaques, photographs, signs and artwork. The Union Oyster House is truly a Boston staple.
Plaza Catering & Deli Inc Two Center Plaza, Boston, MA02108 This restaurant and caterer is located on the rear side of the Center Plaza building. It offers many lunch options…More including pizza, deli sandwiches and even a carving station. While indoor seating is limited, there are plenty of tables on the outdoor plaza.
Red Brick Real Estate 49 Charles St, Boston, MA02108 Located on busy Charles Street, Red Brick Real Estate assists clients with buying, selling and renting residential…More properties in Boston's Beacon Hill, Back Bay and South End neighborhoods. The agency's founder, Marc Marsan, is a Beacon Hill resident and can serve as a valuable resource for insider tips and recommendations about local restaurants and businesses.
First opened in 1976, The Four's is the classic sports pub of Boston. Filled with sports memorabilia and television…More sets, this restaurant is the perfect destination to watch the game and enjoy classic pub food, including burgers, wings, steak tips, and nachos. There is also a large selection of mostly domestic tap and bottled beers, martinis, and coffee with liquor.
The Point 147 Hanover St, Boston, MA02108 Located in one of the most historic areas of Boston, the Point opens its oversized windows during pleasant weather to…More give the restaurant and bar a fresh, airy atmosphere. Every seat has a TV in its line of sight. Monday Night Football nights feature 25-cent wings. On weekends, the Point charges a small cover after 11pm.
Fill-A-Buster Restaurant 142 Bowdoin St, Boston, MA02108 This classic luncheonette offers the traditional American fare of eggs, omelets and pancakes for breakfast…More and, for lunch, burgers and deli sandwiches. The lunch menu branches out to include Greek and Middle Eastern favorites, including gyros, tabouli, hummus and various kebobs. There are daily specials.