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Avenue One Lounge


Cuisine: New American

One Avenue de Lafayette, Boston

Located inside the Hyatt Regency Boston, Avenue One serves upscale, contemporary American cuisine. Live jazz... READ MORE

City Bar


61 Exeter St, Boston

City Bar makes an intimate setting out of a single-room lounge in the stylish Lenox Hotel. Equipped with an equally cozy menu of cognacs, single-malts,... READ MORE



Cuisine: Night life, New American, Fine wine/Spirits/Beer

1236 Dorchester Ave, Dorchester-Mattapan

This classy restaurant moonlights as a bar and nightclub, catering to all walks of life. Try the espresso martini, the mango lassi, or any of... READ MORE

Good Life


Cuisine: Night life, New American, Bar

28 Kingston St, Leather District

The Good Life has pulled a 180, shiftings its focus to contemporary artists and a cozy atmosphere. Downtown workers gather at the club’s posh vodka... READ MORE

Gypsy Bar


Cuisine: Night life, New American, Bar

116 Boylston St, Theater District

Chic late-night spot for the fashionable and (almost) famous. Has become the go-to afterparty spot... READ MORE



Cuisine: Casual/Fine Dining, Wine, New American

60 State Street, Boston



Cuisine: Tea, New American, Seafood, Fine dining

70 Rowes Wharf at Boston Harbor Hotel, Financial District

This otherwise quiet little café in the Boston Harbor Hotel has an edge over your... READ MORE



Cuisine: New American

123 Empire St., Providence



Cuisine: New American, Fusion, Asian - Price: Entrée price for 2 people ranging from $75 to $125, Entrée price for 2 people ranging from $75 to $125

525 South Water St, Providence

Not Your Average Joe’s


Cuisine: New American, Casual Dining - Price: $9.95 to $15.95, $9.95 to $15.95

61 State Rd, North Dartmouth



Cuisine: New American - Price: $14 to $23, $14 to $23

959 Hope St., Providence

Parkside Rotisserie & Bar


Cuisine: New American, New York-style bistro, Fine dining - Price: $8.95 to $30.95, $8.95 to $30.95

76 South Main St, Providence



Cuisine: New American, Bar, Italian fine dining - Price: $14 to $29, $14 to $29

245 Atwells Ave., Providence

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The Bleacher Bar

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Bagel Rising

Part of a beloved daily ritual for hundreds of BU students, the independent cafe and deli

When Pigs Fly Bakery

With specialty retail outlets in Davis Square and Coolidge Corner, York, Maine–based WHEN PIGS FLY BAKERY produces a couple dozen varieties of slow-baked artisanal breads, mostly

Deep Ellum

DEEP ELLUM ’s core audience of hardcore beer geeks loves it for its two-dozen-plus drafts, 80-deep selection of abstruse small-producer bottles, and regularly changing cask beers. Unusual

Sunset Grill and Tap

The numbers don’t lie: SUNSET GRILL & TAP boasts more than 100 drafts and nearly 400 selections in cans and bottles. There literally is a beer


Boston doesn’t rate among America’s top destinations in many food and drink categories, but it has long flirted with the leading edge of the craft-cocktail revival, and


RAZZY’S no longer attracts the kind of colorful scumbags on which it built its reputation