If you’ve been following me on Instagram, it looks like all I did last week was literally eat my way around the city of Boston. Well, that’s partially true. I also checked out some fun places I’ve been wanting to visit, along with my tried-and-true favs.
Boston is one of my favorite cities. I love the history it holds and the hometown feeling I get every time I visit. Being located so close to the coast, the beaches are only a short drive away, which is a nice escape and quick change of scenery on a hot day. On this trip I ventured to Revere Beach, which is America’s first public beach est. in 1896. I also explored the gorgeous Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, and the Boston Public Library for the first time. Check them out if you’re in town, they are all worth it!
I can honestly say Bostonians are some of the most genuinely kind people I’ve met. Always offering great recommendations, and happy to help with directions which is not my strong suit. I seriously can’t even follow my iPhone map walking directions. Anyone else have that problem?
Anyways, I was on a food mission this trip and I sampled A LOT of cuisine. Here is a list of the restaurants I visited. If you’re in the Boston area they will not disappoint!
Jugos – 145 Dartmouth St.
Bar Boulud – 776 Boylston St.
Amorino – 249 Newbury St.
Clover Food Lab – 1326 Mass Ave.
Wahlburgers – 132 Brookline Ave.
Trattora Il Panino – 11 Parmenter St.
Lolita Cocina & Tequila Bar – 271 Dartmouth St.
The Met Back Bay – 279 Dartmouth St.
Gene’s Chinese Flatbread Cafe – 86 Bedford St.
Doretta Taverna & Raw Bar – 79 Park Plaza
Paul – 201 Washington St.
Blackbird Doughnuts – 492 Tremont St.
Yvonne’s – 2 Winter Pl
Figs By Todd English – 42 Charles St.
I know, I know this is a TON of food and I was only there for 3 full days, but I go by the “taste everything, eat nothing,” policy on these trips so I can try it all. Let me know if you make it to any of these spots and what you think! Recommendations for future trips are always appreciated too. 🙂