Welcome to the Hungry I! Tucked just below street level on Beacon Hill's picturesque brownstone-lined Charles Street, the Hungry I is charming and ... More
The Hungry I | French Restaurant
Welcome to the Hungry I! Tucked just below street level on Beacon Hill's picturesque brownstone-lined Charles Street, the Hungry I is charming and intimate. Although small, it is quite cozy and very romantic. There's a true elegance to the Hungry I that comes from the surroundings, the food and the staff. A distinctively different place that makes every visit really special.
This seafood restaurant serves old fashioned New England fare in a great waterfront setting. Some might call the decor tacky,
with ships' wheels, lobster pots and fishnets adorning the wood paneled walls, but it is reassuring that places like ...
This cheery Irish restaurant and pub has a unique story: It was built in Ireland and shipped in crates across
the Atlantic, then reassembled at this Government Center locale. Lunchtime sees business people crowding in for a hearty midday ...
This landmark eatery near Faneuil Hall was established in 1826 and is the oldest continually operating restaurant in the United
States. Usually crowded, the restaurant is frequented by locals and tourists. The late President John F. Kennedy's favorite booth ...