SMOFCON 25 RESTAURANT GUIDE
If you are in a hurry you can eat at the hotel or at one of the airport food places. PostSecurity
restaurants are listed at the end of this guide.
Places to eat at Logan Airport (preSecurity)
Terminals A and E are the closest to the hotel. However, you can walk through the
habitrails to terminals B and C in about 15 minutes.
Terminal A (mostly good for breakfast/snacks)
Au Bon Pain: An urban bakery cafe offering panini sandwiches, wraps, fresh bakery items,
salads and soups. For breakfast, lunch or dinner. By Arrival Gates A7-A8.
Dunkin' Donuts: Freshly made coffee, donuts and specialty items. 24 hour unit by Arrivals
Dine Boston Café: Freshly made sandwiches and salads, soups, bagels, croissants and
muffins; complemented by signature gourmet coffee. Also cookies, pastries and cakes from
the Rosie's Bakery. Cafe seating available. Location: Retail Hall.
Dine Boston Restaurant & Bar: Stylish dining concept by former Red Sox outfielder Darren
Lewis features a menu inspired by some of Boston's top restaurants and chefs celebrating
the wonderful tastes of New England. Full-service restaurant and bar. Location: Retail Hall.
Dunkin' Donuts: Full assortment of their coffees and fresh bakery items. Location: arrivals
Java Coast Cafe/Bar: Freshly ground coffee, lattes and cappuccino with a wide variety of
flavors, as well as fresh bakery items, sandwiches, sodas and juice. Cafe style seating is
available. Two Locations: Departure Level and Arrival's Hall.
Au Bon Pain: Bakery café serving flavorful muffins, croissants, warm focaccia sandwiches,
salads and signature soups. Location: Departure Level Food Court.
Burger King: Burgers and other foods cooked over an open fire, along with a full range of
beverages. Location: Departure Level Food Court.
Dunkin' Donuts: Coffees, bagels, donuts and other baked goods. Location: Departure Level
Dunkin' Donuts Express: Coffees, bagels, donuts and other baked goods. Location:
Departure Level Food Court.
Legal Sea Foods Restaurant: Traditional seafood dishes, mixed grill and sautéed entrees.
Location: Departure Level Food Court.
Legal Sea Foods Express: Express version of Legal Sea Foods, offering a full bar, hearty
appetizers and raw bar selection. Location: Departure Level, Food Court.
Sam Adams Boston Brewhouse: A full service restaurant and bar offering a premium
selection of Samuel Adams brews, alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages and local favorites
such as Legal Sea Foods clam chowder, Fenway Franks and a variety of lunch and dinner
items served daily. Location: Departure Level Food Court.
Bella Boston: Italian restaurant with a full bar as well as a wide array of distinctive offerings
including an all-you-can eat breakfast buffet. Departure Level American Airlines Side.
Ozone-Bos: Cocktail lounge and restaurant with a "retro-futuristic" decor and inventive
menu. A joint creation of acclaimed chef Todd English and HMS Host, Ozone delivers a
unique experience engaging all five senses. Open daily for breakfast at 5am serving through
10pm. Located: departure level US Airways side.
GETTING OUT OF THE AIRPORT: T-TRANSIT TIMES AND HEADWAYS (TIME BETWEEN TRAIN
Blue Line (for East Boston and the North End): To get to Airport station you can either walk to
Terminal A and get the MBTA free bus to the station or take the Hilton Shuttle to the station (every
15 minutes). When returning, to get the hotel shuttle call 617.568.6755 for pickup.
The Blue Line runs from Government Center (Bowdoin Station on weekdays) under the harbor to
Wonderland. The current fare is $2 ($1.70 if you have a Charlie Card). The stations are:
Government Center (transfer to Green Line), State (transfer to Orange Line), Aquarium, Maverick,
Airport, Wood Island, Orient Heights, Suffolk Downs, Beachmont, Revere Beach, and
Wonderland. You won’t be interested in the stops beyond Suffolk Downs. Approximate transit time
from Airport (in minutes) to other stations is:
Inbound from Airport: Maverick (2), Aquarium (5), State (7), Government Center (9)
Outbound from Airport: Wood Island (2), Orient Heights (5), Suffolk Downs (7).
Headways 6.30am to 9.00am to 3.30pm to 6.30pm to 8.00pm to Last trip
9.00am 3.30pm 6.30pm 8.00pm close inbnd/outbnd
Weekdays 4 mins 9 mins 4 mins 9 mins 11 mins. 12.26/12.50
Saturdays 9 mins 9 mins 9 mins 9 mins 11 mins 12.26/12.51
Sundays 13 mins 13 mins 9 mins 9 mins 14 mins 12.26/12.51
All times approximate. Last trip—inbound from Wonderland/outbound from Government Center
Silver Line (to South Station, Chinatown, and beyond): The SL-1 Silver Line Bus Rapid Transit
runs between South Station and the Airport. The approximate time (in minutes) between stops is
(starting a Terminal A): Terminal A (start), Terminal B1 (3), Terminal B2 (3), Terminal C (2),
Terminal E (3), Silver Line Way (8), World Trade Center (2), Court House (2), South Station (2).
Times can be longer depending upon traffic in the airport itself. During the times of interest the
Silver Line runs on a 10 or 12 minute headway. Last trips from South Station leave at 12.30 am
(make sure you take the bus signed “SL-1”). It’s a short walk to Terminal A than to Terminal E but
you’ll save 11 minutes in transit by starting at E—ymmv.
For the Seaport District Restaurants get off at the World Trade Center station. For Cambridge
transfer to the Red Line at South Station.
GETTING THERE: TAXIS
From the hotel: the concierge and/or doorman can help you get a taxi.
East Boston: Central Square/Orient Heights Livery, 11 Porter St/Central Sq ~ 567.2400
Tunnel Taxi, 10-12 Maverick Sq ~ 567.2700
NAME T STOP
PRICE RANGE RESTAURANT TYPE
address ~ telephone number
web site (if known)
Price ranges (approximate)—$ <$15; $$ $15 to $35; $$$ $35 to $50; $$$$ >$50
RESTAURANTS IN DOWNTOWN, THEATRE DISTRICT, SEAPORT DISTRICT, CHINATOWN, AND
BEYOND: For restaurants in the general Boston area we will have copies of Phantom Gourmet
Guide to Boston’s Best Restaurants and Zagat’s Boston Restaurants. There will be copies of the
Boskone 44 Restaurant Guide that covers many of the restaurants in the Seaport District. Boston’s
Chinatown is a short walk from South Station (if it’s cold, a cab ride will not be that expensive
ASMARA CENTRAL SQUARE EMPEROR GARDEN CHINATOWN
$$ ETHIOPIAN/ERITREAN $ TO $$ DIM SUM
739 Mass Ave, Cambridge ~ 864.7447 690 Washington St ~ 482.8898
Traditional food served on injera bread; you eat Daily 8.30am-10pm
with your hands and pieces of injera. Service can This restaurant has mixed reviews. It’s a bit less
be slow. Food is good. frenetic than Chau Chow City but not as highly
CHAU CHOW CITY RESTAURANT CHINATOWN
rated for food.
$ TO $$ CANTONESE/DIM SUM FANEUIL HALL MKTPLACE GOV CTR/HAYMARKET
81 Essex St ~ 338.8158 VARIES VARIES
Daily 8am-4am www.faneuilhallmarketplace.com/dining.html
Huge and noisy. Noted for its dim sum and There are a total of 17 pubs and restaurants
seafood. No elegance—just good food. Large including Durgin Park and McCormick &
groups can be accommodated. Late nights good— Schmick’s. Leslie recommends Beard Papa’s for
just leave before the T shuts down. cream puffs and Japanese desserts.
CHINA PEARL RESTAURANT CHINATOWN M A SOBA CHARLES/MGH OR GOVT CTR
$$ CANTONESE/DIM SUM $$ PAN- ASIAN/SUSHI
9 Tyler St ~ 426.4338 156 Cambridge St ~ 973.6680
Daily 8.30am-11pm www.masobaboston.com
Skip the standard Cantonese and eat the dim sum. M-W 11.30am-10.30pm; Th-F 11.30 am-11pm;
In addition to the basic buns and dumplings they Sa 4pm-11pm; Su 4pm-10.30pm. Parking at
serve periwinkles, steamed chicken feet, etc. Cambridge St Garage for $5 (5pm-MN).
Expect a wait, it’s popular. Excellent sushi, maki rolls, seaweed salad.
DURGIN-PARK GOVT CTR/HAYMARKET NO NAME WORLD TRADE CTR (SEE BELOW)
$$ TO $$$ NEW ENGLAND SEAFOOD/NEW ENGLAND
340 North Market St ~ 227.2038 15 ½ Fish Pier ~ 338.7539
www.durgin-park.com Noted for its seafood especially the clams,
Known for its huge roast beef, Yankee pot roast, chowder, and lobster. Try the rhubarb pie of
New England Boiled Dinner, corn bread, Boston Grape-nuts custard. It’s a longish walk from the T
baked beans, and Indian Pudding. Delicious, but station but you can transfer to the SL-2 outbound
not as well-known, is the lunch special of chicken and get off at 306 Northern Avenue. Take a taxi
livers sautéed in wine with bacon. from the station if you don’t want to do this.
NO. 9 PARK PARK Richardson’s ice cream is 16% butterfat. And
$$$$ REGIONAL FRENCH/ITALIAN Massachusetts people eat lots of ice cream in the
9 Park St ~ 742.9991 winter—it keeps us warm.
Lunch M-F Noon-2.30pm; Dinner M-Sa 5.30pm TOSCANINI’S ICE CREAM CENTRAL SQUARE
to 10pm (until 11pm in the café). Closed Sunday. $ ICE CREAM
Home-made pasta (most tender gnocchi); 899 Main St, Cambridge ~ 491.5877
Excellent cheese tray. If you’re really flush, try Mon-Fri 8am-11pm, Sat-Sun 10am-12am
the chef’s 9-course tasting menu. Can’t get to Richardson; try Toscanini’s in
Cambridge. From the Central Sq T stop walk
PHOENICIA CHARLES/MGH south on MassAv until the junction with Main
$ LEBANESE Street. Specializes in creamy ice cream. The
240 Cambridge St ~ 523.4606
www.dinesite.com/info/rstrnt-97082/?&t=6 coffee is good but lattes and espresso get mixed
Open for lunch and dinner. Informal inexpensive reviews. There’s a watah bubblah (drinking
good food. Deb recommends the baked kafta and fountain) to wash down the sweetness.
the tabouli. Wine and beef available. Reservations TROQUET PARK
accepted. $$$$ FRENCH/AMERICAN
140 Boylston St ~ 695.9463
RADIUS SOUTH STATION www.troquetboston.com
Closed Sunday and Monday. High-end French
8 High St ~ 426.1234
www.radiusrestaurant.com restaurant. Highly rated by Zagat’s. Excellent
Lunch: M-F 11.30am-2.30pm. Dinner: M-Th wine (Phantom rates it best in Boston) and cheese
5.30pm-10pm; F-Sa: 5.30pm-11pm.Closed selections.vanilla poached lobster or the crispy
Sunday duck confit with figs. Phantom say to try the
Highly rated and expensive. Reservations strongly Reservations recommended.
recommended. UNION OYSTER HOUSE GOVT CTR/HAYMARKET
RICHARDSON’ ICE CREAM $$$ NEW ENGLAND/SEAFOOD
41 Union St ~ 227.2750
$ ICE CREAM !!
156 South Main St (Rte 114), Middleton, take Rte 1
north to Rte 114 west. The dairy is about 2 miles on Seafood, especially oysters. Oldest restaurant
the right. About 25 miles from the hotel in Boston—and oldest continuously operated
~ 978.774.5450 restaurant in the U.S. since 1826. The raw bar
If you have time and transportation make a visit is particularly recommended.
here. There are about 300 cows on premises that
are milked for the freshest cream and milk.
RESTAURANTS IN THE BACK BAY: For the Back Bay, take the shuttle to Airport Station; take the
Blue line inbound to Government Center; transfer to the Green Line heading towards Park. Zagat’s
has a map showing the most convenient T-stop. We’ve listed a few of the extraordinary ones. If
you’re not sure of times, etc., call the restaurant.
BUKOWSKI TAVERN HYNES
$ (CASH ONLY) PUB
50 Dalton St ~ 437.9999 Saturday Noon-3pm., there are more than 125
M-Sa 11am-2am; Su noon-2am chocolate desserts—mousses, cakes, crepes, ice
Beers on draft (15 or so) and 99+ types of bottled cream, cookies, fondue, etc. $35 adults, $17.50
beers. Inexpensive burgers. Noisy, squeezed, and children (under 4, free).
friendly. CHILI DUCK COPLEY
CAFÉ FLEURI STATE $$ THAI
$$ TO $$$ BRASSERIE 829 Boylston St ~ 236.5208
250 Franklin St ~ 956.8751 Daily 11.30am-11pm
Langham Hotel Thai food—both Americanized and authentic.
www.boston.langhamhotels.com/dining/restaurants Full bar.
Although this is an excellent restaurant, the
reason to go here is the chocolate bar. Served
ELEPHANT W ALK ST.M ARY’S ST specialty coffees. A longish walk or a short taxi
$$$ FRENCH/CAMBODIANI ride from Lechmere Station.
900 Beacon St ~ 247.1500
Lunch: M-F 11.30am-2.30pm. Dinner: Su-Th L’ESPALIER HYNES
5pm-10pm; FSa 5pm-11pm $$$$ FRENCH
30 Gloucester St ~ 262.3023
Excellent French and Cambodian cuisines. They www.lespalier.com
also have a number of tasting menus. On-site Lunch: M-F 11.30-2pm; Dinner: 5.30om-10pm;
parking lot for $7. Tea: Sa noon-2pm
GINZA CHINATOWN Considered by many the best all-around dining
$$ TO $$$ JAPANESE/SUSHI experience in metro Boston Reservations
16 Hudson St ~ 338.2261 required; although not required, you’ll feel better
www.ginzaboston.com if you have a tie and jacket or equivalent. Valet
Lunch: M-F 11.30am-2.30pm; SaSu 11.30am to parking for $16.
4pm; Dinner: M-Th 5pm-11pm, F 5pm-3.30am,
Sa 4pm-3.30am, Su 4pm-11pm SUMMER SHACK HYNES
Supposedly have the best sushi in Boston in $ TO $$ SEAFOOD
50 Dalton St ~ 867.9955
addition to other Japanese dishes. www.summershackrestaurant.com
HELMAND LECHMERE (SEE BELOW) Su-Th 5pm-10pm; FSa 5pm-11pmSu noon-2am
$$$ AFGHAN Bar: until 1am; menu 11pm-12.30pm
143 First St, Cambridge ~ 492.4646 Lobster, crab, clams, fish, raw bar, corn dogs,
www.helmandrestaurantcambridge.com sandwiches. Save room for dessert. Lobster caps
Highly rated for its selections of lamb and beef; for sale. Reservations recommended. The Airport
vegetarian meals are available. Afghan desserts ad Summer Shack is inside the security perimeter.
RESTAURANTS IN THE NORTH END: known for its fine Italian restaurants and bakeries. There will
be a copy of Rosalie’s Guide to Restaurants in the North End of Boston in the Hospitality suite.
For the North End, take the shuttle to Airport Station; take the Blue line inbound to State; transfer
to the Orange Line towards Malden—one stop to Haymarket. Or take the Blue Line to Government
Center; transfer to the Green Line towards Malden—one stop to Haymarket. Restaurants in the
North End are an easy walking distance from the Haymarket station.
DOM’S HAYMARKET GALLERIA UMBERTO HAYMARKET
$ ITALIAN $ SICILIAN
10 Bartlett Pl ~ 367.8979 289 Hanover St ~ 227.5709
Family dining with an 18-page menu—better to Lunch only; open until food runs out.
ask Dom to make suggestions. Free spaghetti and Golden calzones, thick crust rectangular cheese
meatballs to those under 12. pizza, deep-friend rice balls. Dixie cups of Italian
ENTOTECA BRICCO HAYMARKET
$$$ ITALIAN WINE BAR GIACOMO’S HAYMARKET
241 Hanover St ~ 248.6800 $$ TRATTORIA/PASTA
www.bricco.com 355 Hanover St ~ 523.9026
Dinner from 5pm. Pizza Tu-Sa 11pm-2am. Seafood such as lobster ravioli, fried calamari
Expensive—Prime beef tenderloin, Kobe beef with fried pepper chips. Small, but worth the wait.
risotto with basil ragu are only two of the dishes.
MIKE’S PASTRY HAYMARKET
Valet parking $20.
$ TO $$ BAKERY
300 Hanover St ~ 742.3050
A legendary pastry take-out bakery. Try the
lobster claw with flaky puffy pastry and whipped
cream. Cream puffs, baba rum cakes, taralli
MODERN PASTRY SHOP HAYMARKET Balsamic figs with Gorgonzola and prosciutto;
$ TO $$ BAKERY tenderloin with a fried egg covered with porcini
257 Hanover St ~ 523.3783 cream; wood-grilled meats.
web site STREGA HAYMARKET
M-Su 7am-10pm. Great cannoli. Cookies and $$$ ITALIAN
marzipan, ricotta pies. 379 Hanover St ~ 523.8481
NEBO HAYMARKET M-F 4pm-11pm; SaSu noon-11pm.
$$ PIZZA/WINE BAR
Modern Italian food—risotto, pasta tubes with
90 North Washington St ~ 723.6326 salmon and vodka sauce. Homemade mozzarella.
M-W 5pm-MN; Th-Sa 5pm-2am; closed Sunday TARANTA HAYMARKET
Pasta, formaggi, antipasta, bruschette, pizza, $$$ PERUVIAN-ITALIAN
dolci. Wine and a full bar. Take out available. 210 Hanover St ~ 720.0052
PREZZA HAYMARKET M-S: 5.30pm-10pm (dinner only)
$$$ MEDITERRANEAN Southern Italian food with a Peruvian flair.
24 Fleet St ~ 227.1577
www.prezza.com Recommended is the brined pork chop, or trout
M-Th 5.30pm-10pm; FSa: 5pm-10.30pm; Su with Peruvian corn
5pm-10pm. Bar opens at 4.30pm daily.
RESTAURANTS IN EAST BOSTON: Because of the general difficulty in getting to East Boston from
other parts of the area and parking, the restaurants here are not all well-known although a number
of them are in Zagat’s and Phantom Gourmet. In consequence, prices are lower than for
comparable quality in Boston. However, we are in East Boston. All restaurants in this list are in
East Boston; all telephones have an area code of 617.
Most restaurants will take Visa/MC—however, American Express and Discovery may
not be accepted at some. A few take cash only.
Restaurant hours may vary from what’s printed; call ahead.
Many restaurants will deliver to the hotel—some have a fee, a minimum order, and/or
restricted times. A partial list is given in this guide. Call any restaurant for details of
Driving is NOT recommended. East Boston is confusing with one-way streets and non-
grid streets plus limited parking; it is a short cab ride. There are many good restaurants a
short walk from a T-stop. These stops are shown in the list below. If there’s no stop
listed, it may be a long walk and a taxi is recommended.
Very small; order your meal to go by phone. Best
299 Havre St ~ 567.7170 bet—a grilled, lightly buttered roll, bursting with
www.ebmainstreets.com/directory/pubs/ lobster, very light on mayo, just a leaf of lettuce at
barneys.htm the bottom and nothing else. Choose the onion
11 am to 1 am. Free parking in adjacent lot. Steak rings as a side. Take out or eat-in (they can seat
tips, ribs, lamb, and sausage barbeque; domestic about 6). Also sell fresh seafood. Menu available
and imported beers as well as cold draft beer.
Boston.com says it’s best for Saturday lunch.
BELLE ISLE SEAFOOD ORIENT HEIGHTS
$ (CASH ONLY) SEAFOOD, LOBSTERS
1267 Saratoga St @ Winthrop Bridge ~ 567.1619
MTuWThSa 10 am to 7 pm
F 10 am to 8 pm; Su 11 am to 7 pm
BENI'S ITALIAN CUISINE CUCCHIELLO'S WOOD ISLAND
ITALIAN $ TO $$ RESTAURANT/BAKERY
35 Central Sq ~ 567.8529 356 Bennington St ~ 561.1075
CAFÉ ORIENT HEIGHTS ORIENT HEIGHTS
In addition to being a great bakery, the restaurant
section serves appetizers, salads, sandwiches,
Saratoga St ~ 567.1346 pizza, pasta, grill, and wines.
M-F 11 am-10.30 pm; Sa-Su 11am-9.30 pm DOUGH EAST BOSTON
They deliver for $2; minimum order $15; dinner $ PIZZA/PASTA/SANDWICHES
time only. Good variety of sushi for a small 20 Maverick St ~ 567.8787
restaurant. Menu available www.doughpizza.com/
Friendly neighborhood café. They specialize in
CAFFE ITALIA AREA OF M AVERICK
sandwiches, pasta, paninis, and calzones.
150 Meridian St ~ 561.6480 Definitely not near a T Blue Line stop.
Typical Campagnian dishes (chicken/veal EL BUEN GUSTO ORIENT HEIGHTS
marsala/piccata, fra diavolo...). They also have an $ TO $$ SALVADORAN
espresso bar. Baby octopus in a tomato/olive/etc 295 Bennington St ~ 561.6333
sauce. Try the tortellini in a cream sauce with www.ebmainstreets.com/directory/restaurants/
M-Th 10am-10pm; Weekends 10am-11pm
CAFETERIA Y PUPUSERIA LA REINA Range of Salvadoran foods including seafood. Fat
SPANISH Salvadorian corn tortillas—fresh, hot and tender.
80 Bennington St ~ 567.0034 The horchata is nice and cinnamony, fairly
Authentic Spanish cuisine and tapas. smooth, slightly thinnish. Free delivery to East
CANTON EATERY Boston only. Menu available
$ TO $$ (VISA/MC) CHINESE
EL JARDIN RESTAURANTE Y PANADERIA M AVERICK
339 Meridian St ~ 569.2078 / 561.3400
11am to 2 am 15 Central Sq ~ 569.6508
Standard Cantonese cuisine. They will deliver for Full range of Colombian dishes including baked
$2 (check that they’ll go to the airport that day). goods. Try the tripe, tender and chewy. Menu (in
Menu available Spanish) available
CARLO'S M ARKET WOOD ISLAND EL KIOSKO ORIENT HEIGHTS
567 Bennington St ~ 567.0058 927 Saratoga St ~ 561.0101
carlosmarket.htm Scilian subs.
M-Sa 7am to 5pm; Su 7am to 1pm EL PENOL RESTAURANT
Deli and cold cuts, subs, salads, traditional Italian $ TO $$ COLOMBIAN
dishes. 54 Bennington St ~ 569.6422
Small. Among other dishes the picada, a platter of
CARMEN'S KITCHEN ORIENT HEIGHTS
fried meats—chicken, chicharron, sausage, beef--
$ RED SAUCE ITALIAN/PIZZA
1010 Bennington St ~ 567.0611 and nuggets of fried cheese is recommended.
www.ebmainstreets.com/directory/restaurants/ GOLDEN BOWL
carmenskitchen.htm $ TO $$ (MC/VISA) CHINESE/PAN- ASIAN
Standard Italian food including subs, calzones, 196 Border St ~ 569.0777
pizza, etc. Delivery. Menu available Su 11.30am-1am; MTu 11am-10pm;
CHINESE DRAGON W-Sa 11am-1am
$ TO $$ CHINESE Almost all Cantonese food with some Mandarin
380 Chelsea St ~ 569.0300 / 561.4009 and Szechwan. They deliver. Menu available
10.30 to 3 am
Mandarin, Szechuan, and Hong Kong Cuisine.
Delivery. Menu available.
GREAT CHEF LITTLE ASIA ORIENT HEIGHTS
$$ CHINESE $ TO $$ CHINESE
390 Chelsea St ~ 569.3100 991 Bennington St ~ 569.8888
www.ebmainstreets.com/directory/restaurants/ Mostly Szechuan with some Mandarin and
greatchef.htm Cantonese. Delivery to Logan for $2. Menu
MTu 11am-10pm; W 11am-1am; available.
Th-Sa 11am-2am; Su 11 am-1am
Standard Chinese food—mostly Cantonese. There LOLLY'S BAKERY AIRPORT
is a delivery charge. Use this location for delivery
158 Bennington St ~ 567.9461
to Logan. Menu available www.ebmainstreets.com/directory/bakeries/
GREAT CHEF ORIENT HEIGHTS lollys.htm
$$ CHINESE M-Sa 6.30am to 8pm; closed Sunday
965 Bennington St ~ 569.5600 mmmmm, donuts, meat pies, bakery pizza.
greatchef.htm LOS ARRIEROS RESTAURANT
MTu 11am-10pm; W 11am-1am;
13 Meridian St ~ 569.1666
Th-Sa 11am-2am; Su 11 am-1am
Standard Chinese food—mostly Cantonese. There M ARIO'S RESTAURANT
is a delivery charge. Menu available $ TO $$ RED SAUCE ITALIAN
347 Chelsea St ~ 567.8608
HARBOR PACIFIC RESTAURANT Family-run, friendly Italian restaurant. Large
$ CHINESE portions. Tasty chicken parmesan.
239 Meridian St ~ 567.1088
Daily 11am-8pm. They deliver. MERIDIAN 155 M AVERICK
HONG KONG HARBOR M AVERICK 155 Meridian St ~ 569.9155
$ CHINESE M-F 7 am-6 pm; Sa 8 am-3 pm; Su 8 am-2 pm
5-7 Maverick Sq ~ 569.3855
Smoothies and specialty beverages. Breakfast
food. Menu available
MERIDIAN FOOD M ARKET M AVERICK
$$ RED SAUCE ITALIAN
387 Chelsea St ~ 567.9539
www.jeveli.com 121 Meridian St ~ 567.9725
Includes veal and considerable seafood dishes. meridianmarket.htm
The oldest Italian restaurant in Boston. Menu M-Sa 6am-6pm; closed Sunday
available Subs and deli sandwiches. Pasta, calzones,
JIMMY M AGG'S SUFFOLK DOWNS eggplant, calamari, tripe, and stuffed peppers.
$$ AMERICAN/COLOMBIAN Soups and salads. Delivery.
1233 Bennington St ~ 567.4454
M & J CAFÉ M AVERICK
Great pizza and ribs. Includes stews, seafood,
calzones. Menu available 266 Sumner St ~ 569.2005
KELLEY SQ. PUB WOOD ISLAND www.ebmainstreets.com/directory/restaurants/
13 Central Sq (84 Bennington St) ~ 567.4627 M-Sa 8am-7pm; closed Sunday.
www.KelleysSquarePub.com Casual and relaxed atmosphere. Breakfast, lunch,
M-Su 11.30 am to 1 am and dinner, and provide personalized friendly
Take out until 11.30 pm: they deliver service. Over 20 flavors of ice cream available.
Phantom rates this for best shrimp garlic pizza. Premium sundaes, frappes, and ice cream sodas
Underrated with a friendly atmosphere. Menu are a specialty.
LA SULTANA BAKERY M AVERICK
40 Maverick Square ~ 568.9999
Baked goods, pizza, empanadas
MI RANCHO RESTAURANT M AVERICK Noted for its homemade pasta and daily specials;
$ TO $$ COLOMBIAN a favorite with the locals. Raviolis are made to
45 Meridian St ~ 561.0205 order. Try the chicken in a lemon sage sauce with
mirancho.htm fried mozzarella. Does not take reservations but
6am-10pm you can call ahead for a table or order take-out.
Breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Appetizers include ROSTIRIA CANCUN
fried plantain, Colombian sausage, corn cakes, $ MEXICAN
and chicken wings. Main courses include grilled 37 Maverick Sq ~ 567.5808
steak, seasoned chicken, pulled chicken, fried Tacos. Noisy and friendly.
trout, pasta with beef, panned-seared catfish, ROYAL ROAST BEEF ORIENT HEIGHTS
steak tips, and chicken Caesar salad. Most dishes $ SEAFOOD/FAST FOOD
served with rice, tomatoes, beans, or fried 752 Bennington St ~ 567.7779
plantain. Daily soup specials and traditional Su-Th: 10.30 am-11pm; FSa: 10.30am-12.30am
Colombian natural juice beverages are favorites, Seafood and sandwiches. Small for seating but
including tomato of Arbol, mora, guava, mango, they have take out
passion fruit (maracuyá), or lulo. SAIGON HUT
MILANO'S DELI ORIENT HEIGHTS $ TO $$ (VISA/MC) VIETNAMESE
$ DELI/CATERING 305-307 Meridian St ~ 567.1944
978 Saratoga St ~ 567.6718 Open 11 am to 10 pm.
Excellent Sicilian subs Standard Vietnamese cuisine; some Chinese food
available. Menu available. Delivery.
OFF THE BOAT
$ TO $$ SEAFOOD SANTARPIO'S PIZZA M AVERICK
26 Porter St ~ 561.8800 $ (CASH ONLY) PIZZA/TIPS
M-Sa 11am-8pm 113 Chelsea St ~ 567.9871
Seafood mostly cooked in the Italian style. They www.santarpiospizza.com
will deliver for a charge. Menu available. Excellent thin pizza; no atmosphere. Zagat
recommended. Phantom rates them as best old-
PEACHES & CREAM WOOD ISLAND school pies; try the garlicky white pie with
$TO $$ BAKERY
73 Bennington St ~ 561.4725
PIZZA SHUTTLE SONNY NOTO’S M AVERICK
239 Meridian St ~ 561.0711 22 Central Sq ~ 569.1993
POLLOS MR. M ARIO sonnynotos.htm
$ TO $$ COLOMBIAN M-Sa 7am-8pm; Closed Sunday
30 Bennington St ~ 567.7777 Fresh Italian specially dishes, barbeque, and
www.ebmainstreets.com/directory/restaurants/ salads. Casual and comfortable atmosphere. Beer,
wine, and spirits are served.
Specialty is Montanero—beef, pork, rice, beans, SPINELLI'S WOOD ISLAND
and fried egg. Also rotisserie chicken, arepa, BAKERY
cassava. They deliver. 282 Bennington St ~ 567.1992 bakery
RICON LIMENO RESTAURANT M-Sa 8am-8pm; Su 8am-6pm
$$ COLOMBIAN/PERUVIAN Pasta and pastries.
409 Chelsea St ~ 569.4942
Highly recommended by Zagat; they suggest TACOMANIA
trying pitchers of chichi morada—a blue corn $ MEXICAN
245 Meridian St ~ 569.8500
drink. Large portions of traditional food. Menu
Tacos, Mexico, and Tex-Mex food.
TACO-MEX RESTAURANT M AVERICK
RINO'S PLACE $ TO $$ MEXICAN
$ TO $$ (MC/VISA) ITALIAN 65-67 Maverick Sq ~ 569.2838
258 Saratoga St ~ 567.7412
Recommended on Chowhound.com. Also have
Closed Sunday. some South American dishes.
TAQUERIA CANCUN M AVERICK 303 CAFE M AVERICK
$$ MEXICAN/SALVADORAN $ CAFÉ/BREAKFAST
192 Sumner St ~ 567.4449 303 Sumner St
Phantom rates this as the best tamales, tostadas, www.303cafe.com
and tacos in the Boston area. Enchiladas and M-closed; Tu-Sa 6am-9pm; Su 7am-3pm. wifi
papusa recommended as are the desserts. Breakfast menu is America, Middle Eastern, East
European, and Mexican. Menu available
$ MEXICAN TOP OF THE PUB—SEE VICTORY PUB
291 Bennington St ~ 567.6367
Food from the Jalisco state area—not your typical TOPACIO RESTAURANT
Tex-Mex. They will deliver. Menu available. $ SALVADORAN/PIZZA
TAQUERIA MONTE CRISTO 120 Meridian St ~ 567.9523
$ MEXICAN Sopa de mariscos (calamari, shrimp, scallops,
12 Kelly Sq ~ 569.4114 clams) with lobster tail and claws served with
Reviewers like the burritos. corn tortillas.
TEQUILAS MEXICAN BAR & GRILL ORIENT HEIGHTS VICTORY PUB ORIENT HEIGHTS
$ MEXICAN PUB
964 Saratoga St ~ 567.1162 1002 Bennington St ~ 561.0991
M-W 11am-MN; Th-Su 11am-2am Lunch (Pub), Mon-Sat 12:00 pm-04:00 pm
For less than $15 you can have a full meal and a Dinner (Upstairs), Tue-Sat 04:00 pm-10:00 pm
beer. Featuring traditional burritos and Selection of beer, wine and spirits. Steak tips and
quesadillas, soups and sandwiches. Selection of sausage plate served at the bar. Major dinner
domestic and imported beer and wine, as well as a items are Prime Rib, New York Sirloin, Pub Mix
variety of specialized tequila drinks. Free parking combo plate with steak tips, sausage, and chicken.
is available for all patrons. Delivery. Top of the Pub also serves Italian dishes such as
homemade lasagna and ravioli.
CATEGORIES of EAST BOSTON RESTAURANTS
Jimmy Magg’s Carlo’s Market
Meridian Food Market
BAKERY Milano’s Deli
Cuchiello Sonny Noto’s
El Jardin Spinelli’s
La Sultana Bakery
Lolly’s Bakery CHINESE
Peaches & Cream Canton Eatery
Spinelli’s Chinese Dragon
BAR/PUB Harbor Pacific
Barney’s Grill Hong Kong Harbor
Kelley Square Pub Little Asia
Victory Pub Saigon Hut
303 Sumner Street
Meridian Food Market
M & J Café
ICE CREAM VIETNAMESE
Mario’s Saigon Hut
Caffe Italia PARTICULARLY RECOMMENDED
Carlo’s Market El Buen Gusto
Carmen’s Kitchen El Kiosko (true Colombian experience)
Jeveli’s Jimmy Magg's (great ribs and pizza)
Kelley Square Pub Rino's
Mario’s Ricon Limone
Pizza Shuttle Santarpio's
Santarpio’s Pizza LARGE GROUPS ACCOMODATED
Top of the Pub Cafe Italia (Italian)
Victory Pub El Buen Gusto (10 or fewer)
Jeveli's (red sauce Italian)
JAPANESE Jimmy Magg's (American/pizza/Columbian)
Café Orient Heights Kelly's Pub (pub/American)
Mario’s (10 or fewer)
KOREAN Rino's (Italian)
Café Orient Heights Spinelli's (function/catering/Italian)
MEXICAN MENU AVAILABLE
Los Arrieros Belle Island Seafood
Rostiria Cancun Café Orient Heights
Tacomania Canton Eatery
Taqueria Jalisco Carmen’s Kitchen
Taquilas Chinese Dragon
El Buen Gusto
PERUVIAN El Jardin
Ricon Limeno Golden Bowl
Topacio’s Jimmy Magg’s
Kelley Square Pub
SALVADORAN Little Asia
El Buen Gusto Meridian 155
Topacio Off the Boat
SEAFOOD Ricon Limeno
Belle Isle Seafood Saigon Hut
El Buen Gusto Taqueria Jalisco
El Jardin 303 Cafe
Off the Boat DELIVER (others may deliver; some may charge;
Ricon Limeno call for info)
Royal Roast Beef El Buen Gusto
Café Orient Heights
SPANISH Canton Eatery
Cafeteria y Pupuseria La Reina Carmen’s Kitchen
SUSHI Golden Bowl
Café Orient Heights Great Chef
Kelley Square Pub
DELIVER (others may deliver; some may charge; Pollo’s Mr. Mario
call for info)Little Asia Saigon Hut
Meridian Food Market Taqueria Jalisco
Off the Boat Tequilas
You might consider the PostSecurity places to eat when you return home. You
can’t get to them without a boarding pass for the appropriate airline. If you
don’t have to worry about picking up luggage, you might also try them upon
Dunkin' Donuts: Freshly made coffee, donuts and specialty items at the highest quality
around. Gate A8 and Main Retail Court by Gate A17
Famous Famiglia: Hot, fresh New York pizza on the go. Main Retail Court by Gates A13-
Fresh City: Choices offered include: wraps, salads, stir-fry, soups and smoothies. Main
Retail Court by Gates A13-A22.
Fuddruckers: Hamburgers, hot dogs, fries, salads, chicken sandwiches—all served with
unique topping choices. Main Retail Court by Gates A13-A22.
Game On!: Pub-like atmosphere while catching the score of your favorite game. Gates A13-
Jasper White’s Summer Shack: Chef Jasper White serves high-quality seafood in a
comfortable and casual setting . Relax in the 100-seat Summer Shack; or if you’re in a
hurry, stop at the Summer Shack Express for a "Meal to Fly". Main Retail Court by Gates
Legal's Test Kitchen: Seating 80 guests, you can enjoy a full meal without waiting or choose
from a wide selection of freshly made, grab and go sandwiches. Gates A1-A6.
Lucky's Lounge: Brick-oven pizza, mini burgers, salads and big time classic sandwiches in a
fun and hip atmosphere. Gate A6.
Starbucks: Coffee and tea products. An assortment of pastries and confections are also
available. Main Retail Court by Gates A13-A22.
Wendy's: Burgers, salads and sandwiches. Gate A8
Au Bon Pain: Muffins and croissants, warm focaccia sandwiches, salads and signature
soups. Location: Departure Level, Food Court.
Houlihan's Restaurant: Classic American food, including appetizers, soup/salad,
sandwiches, specialties, steak/ribs/fish and desserts. Location: Departure Level, Food Court.
McDonald's: Happy Meal, signature burgers and fries, shakes and salads. Location: Food
Sbarro: Italian cuisine, including hand-stretched New York style pizza, pastas, freshly
tossed green salads and pasta salads. Fresh fruit and assortment of beverages are also
available. Location: Food Court.
Starbucks: Premier coffee and tea products. An assortment of pastries and confections are
also available. Location: Food Court.
Wok & Roll: Chinese dishes prepared fresh daily, including beef, chicken, seafood,
vegetarian and sushi. Location: Food Court.
Burger King Expressway: Quick service of signature burgers and foods, along with a full
range of beverages. Location: Departure Level Gates 11-24.
Greenleaf's Grille: Made-to-order grilled sandwiches, salads, wraps, soups, fresh grilled
vegetables and more. Location: Departure Level.
Johnny Rockets: A 1950s retro diner-themed restaurant with a menu of all-American
favorites including hamburgers, hand-dipped shakes and malts and freshly-baked apple pie.
Location: Departure Level, Gates 25-36.
Samuel Adams Pub: Specializing in Boston based brews, offering a full bar along with
sandwiches, soups, salads, chowders, and chips and soft drinks. Bar, standing, and table
seating available Location: Departure Level, Beyond Gates 11-24 and 25-36.
Starbucks: Whole bean coffees, Italian style espresso beverages, pastries and confections
and coffee-related accessories and equipment. Location: Departure Level, beyond Gates 11-
24 and 25-36.
The Grove: Specialty nuts. Location: Departure Level, beyond Gates 11-24 and 25-36.
Treat Street: Soft pretzels, fruit drinks, smoothies, ice-cream and more. Location: Departure
Level, adjacent to Gate 20
Uno Chicago Grill: Chicago style deep dish pizza. Located between gates D1C – D1E.
Wolfgang Puck Gourmet Express: Menu includes specialty sandwiches, Wolfgang's
signature soups, Spago's Famous Chinois Chicken Salad and a variety of gourmet pizzas.
Location: Departure Level, Gates 25-36.
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Au Bon Pain Kiosk: Sandwiches, fresh bagels, muffins, cookies and other pastries as well as
brewed gourmet coffee, espresso, cappuccino, caffe latte, freshly squeezed juices, soft
drinks and bottled water Located: American Airlines side.
Dunkin' Donuts: Offering a full assortment of their famous coffees and fresh bakery items.
Departure Level American Airlines Side and US Airways Side; American Airlines Side by
Fox Sports Sky Box and Grill: For the sports fanatic with a total of 17 flat and plasma
screen televisions. Serving traditional bar food, premium beers, wines, and specialty mixed
drinks. . Open daily for breakfast through the last departing flight. Location: US Airways by
Grab and Go Café: Fresh coffee, bagels, muffins assorted cold beverages and packaged
sandwiches to go. Location: America West by gates 37-38.
Legal Sea Foods Café: This smaller version of the original famous Legal Sea Foods offers a
variety of traditional seafood dishes as well as mixed grill and sautéed fish entrees. Open
daily for breakfast at 7am, this bar-seating location offers hearty appetizers and a raw bar
selection. Departure Level US Airways, by the US Airways Shuttle gates).