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Introduction to South End's Restaurants
B&G Oysters: Stop in and treat yourself to the very best in fresh seafood in a relaxing atmosphere. Order up some oysters on the half shell or explore the variety found on the Raw Bar menu. Of course, lobster and crab rolls are always available featuring the catch of the day. They also offer oyster-shucking lessons!
Address: 550 Tremont Street
The Butcher Shop: Feed your inner carnivore when you visit this snug and friendly local restaurant. Chef Barbara Lynch prepares each small plate. Dig into continental cuisine classics such as lamb fondue, truffle soup, or a nicely aged rib-eye steak. You can also order your meal to be delivered or as take out.
Address: 552 Tremont Street
Estragon Tapas: Return to the traditional tastes of Spain at this small and upcoming eatery. It first opened in 2008 to rave reviews and continues to fuel its clientele's passion for fine food with dishes like calamares fritos, carrillada, paella, and alcachofas. The menu offers many options including gluten-free and vegan dishes.
Address: 700 Harrison Avenue
The Franklin Cafe: Enjoy a great drink and a satisfying meal at this South End gastropub. The contemporary menu includes calamari, turkey meatloaf, duck cassoulet, and wild mushroom lasagna. Handmade cocktails and craft beers are available for the perfect pairing.
Address: 278 Shawmut Avenue
Frenchie Wine Bistro Boston: Tucked into the basement of a classic red brick rowhouse, this intimate bistro serves a minimal menu of only the very best dishes. With ingredients locally sourced and freshly prepared, you can savor every last bite while you explore their wine cellar. Order ahead and take home a special meal to celebrate.
Address: 560 Tremont St.
Kava Neo-Taverna: Step back to your homeland and sample authentic Greek cuisine in this chic hot spot in the South End. The menu features all of your favorites including mousaka, tzatziki, souvlaki, and hilopites. Many of the ingredients are shipped in from Greece including wines and craft beers.
Address: 315 Shawmut Avenue
Mistral: Explore Boston while enjoying the cuisine of South France at one of the most highly-rated eateries in the city. Foie Gras, crab ravioli, escargot, thin crust pizza, and dover sole offer unique options for your evening out. Reservations are always recommended.
Address: 223 Columbus Avenue
Myers + Chang: When you desire something new and refreshing from your Asian take-out, turn to Myers + Chang. Explore new twists on old favorites while adding fresh flavors to your menu. Noodles, dumplings, soups, edamame, and more highlight the extensive offerings. There is even a kids menu!
Address: 1145 Washington Street
Oishii Boston: Your search for an elegant and mouth-watering plate of sushi has ended at this South End restaurant. Fulfill your desire for delicious sashimi, beef tartare, hamachi, and tempura. Every dish is plated with exquisite attention to detail while never skimping on the flavor.
Address: 1166 Washington Street
SRV: This chic wine bar also excels in delivering small plate Italian fare to your taste buds. Handmade pasta, the freshest seafood, and locally sourced produce ensure that every bite exceeds expectations. The bustling restaurant is only steps away from Mass Ave and the cozy side streets in the South End.
Address: 569 Columbus Avenue
Toro: Sate your need for exquisite tapas when you visit Toro, the South End solution for Spanish Cuisine. Pair the perfect bottle with your order of jamon serrano, pulpo, or pan con tomate. Experience the flavors of the Mediterranean in a comfortable and upscale dining room. Every guest leaves smiling!
Address: 1704 Washington Street