Top Ten Restaurants in Boston - Page 3

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Da Vinci Ristorante
Da Vinci Ristorante’s story is what some fairytales are made of. Born and raised in India, Executive Chef Peppino, or Shingara Singh, sealed his fate and moved to Germany and into the care of a loving Italian family at a young age. After learning the foundations of Italian heritage and culinary culture from his foster family, Peppino moved on to work under some of the most well-reputed Italian chefs throughout Europe, and has brought his years of expertise to Da Vinci Ristorante. Recognized as “the most notable new restaurant in Boston” shortly after its opening by the James Beard Foundation, Da Vinci Ristorante has been charming the neighborhood for its modern approach to classic Italian cuisine. Service fit only for loved ones and a charming atmosphere keep locals and critics alike coming back for more at this Back Bay destination.
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Tomasso Trattoria & Enoteca
After traveling to Italy for hands-on training in the art of Italian cooking and wine matching, Chef Justin Melnick shares his passion for the cuisine in creative and fresh dishes at Tomasso Trattoria & Enoteca. Local farmers and fisherman all play a hand here in creating an authentic menu boasting simple-yet-satisfying Italian specialties. To complement the mouthwatering fare, Tomasso Trattoria & Enoteca offers an enticing wine list, comprised of carefully chosen labels that pair perfectly with the unforgettable cuisine. Trattoria’s airy and rustic atmosphere, coupled with charming and attentive service, make it well worth a trip out to the suburbs.
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Temple Bar
Executive Chef Greg Boschetti dishes out a creative New American menu to a lively neighborhood crowd at this Cambridge destination. In a relaxing-yet-upscale atmosphere, one can enjoy enticing dishes that walk a fine line between traditional comfort food and sophisticated creations. Having received several nods from the “Best of Boston” awards, Temple Bar never ceases to impress patrons with its lively and welcoming service and mouthwatering cuisine. A delicious meal, complemented by selections from an enticing cocktail list and far-reaching wine list make Temple Bar a sure thing when it comes to Cambridge dining.
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Best Hotels in Boston

$215-$585
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#1
Lenox Hotel
$375
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#2
The Langham, Boston
$290
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#3
Loews Boston Hotel
$340
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#4
Fairmont Battery Wharf Boston

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