Two brothers give rivalry a scrumptious twist at this southern end of Boston. There is a dual menu format, with each brother preparing one set ... More
Two brothers give rivalry a scrumptious twist at this southern end of Boston. There is a dual menu format, with each brother preparing one set respectively. Check the Oyster Stew with Chive Foam, Bacon, Potatoes and Chervil by Chef David. Also try the Carpaccio of Tuna with Shaved Fennel Salad, Pine Nuts, Basil, Raisins and Arugula by Chef Bob. Draw your own comparisons with the desserts too. While Sorbets of dark chocolate is for $7, Lemon Mousseline with Crushed Fresh Raspberries whipped with soft white Cream comes for just $9. You really have to dine here to find out which of the brothers triumphs. Till then the rivalry sizzles! Private dinner parties can be arranged.
Great idea for a restaurant and meant a good choice of different foods on the menu. Was recommended by other people staying in our B&B and we couldn't fault it. Would def recommend. I am vegetarian and had a great meal.
Who ever designed the interior knew what they were doing. There was not an empty table in the whole place, yet the noise level was very low. Decorations were very tasteful, but it was the food I was there for. The conceirge from the Park Plaza said it was the best place in Boston, he was right! We sat right in front of the kitchen at a bar over-looking the whole opperation, cleanest, best run kitchen I've ever seen. The food was fabulous, we went a little over board ordering way too much food, I couldn't make up my mind so I ordered one of everything.... At least it seemed that way. Great place for a casual night out or even a big night on the town!
The oldest German restaurant in Boston, Jacob Wirth Co. Restaurant dates back to 1886. The establishment has an antique, 19th
century feel but the food covers a wide range of choices. From imported ham sandwiches, to entrees featuring tenderloin, ...
Located on the first block of Newbury Street , this restaurant and bar defines sophistication. An outdoor patio holds the
overflow of the lively bar scene inside. Visiting celebrities have often been spotted here. The retro decor and dim ...
This French/Italian restaurant, located in the shadow of the State House, has become one of Boston's hottest eateries since its
opening in 1998. The dark and cool interior has cherry wood and indigo walls for a modern, elegant feel. ...