Top Ten Restaurants in Boston

Restaurant-booking website Savored, a partner of Away.com, picks ten must-visit restaurants in Boston. Try not to drool on your keyboard.
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Tremont647
If you’re in search of some of Boston’s best, you don’t have to look much further past Tremont647. Situated on the southern end of Boston, Tremont647 is home to award-winning chef Andy Husband. Here, Husband serves up adventurous American dishes speckled with global influence. After years of experience working under James Beard Award winners, Andy Husband has been nominated for James Beard Awards himself, and has been given several “Best of Boston” awards from Boston magazine. Husband demonstrates his talents at this charming neighborhood destination, always fully committed to locally grown ingredients and innovative concepts. The unique and delicious fare, coupled with a relaxing and warm ambiance, makes a meal at Tremont647 hard to forget.
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Central Kitchen
This Cambridge spot makes the trip out of Boston proper well worth it, serving rustic Mediterranean fare in a relaxing atmosphere. Meals spent at Central Kitchen feel like dining with family, with service willing and able to answer every question and need, and a wine list that makes it none too difficult to linger late into the night. Dark wood floors, copper-topped tables, and a country-style blue-tiled bar serve as the backdrop for New England-inspired specialties such as mussels marinière and seafood-heavy bouillabaisses.

Lumière
Often argued as one of the best restaurants in the Boston area, Lumière has become a well-reputed destination for its carefully executed French bistro cuisine. Executive Chef Michael Leviton blends the foundations of French cooking with organic and sustainable ingredients to create a new and exciting take on the classic fare. Among many other accolades, Leviton is highly recognized by Boston magazine for several “Best of Boston” awards, and remains one of Boston’s most-esteemed chefs to date. A beautifully decorated dining room, filled with white linen and candlelit tables, works side-by-side with the mouthwatering menu to create an elegant and refined dining experience.
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Published: 14 Sep 2012 | Last Updated: 11 Oct 2012
Details mentioned in this article were accurate at the time of publication
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