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Billed as a “workingman’s oyster bar,” Row 34 is the newest addition to the trendy Fort Point neighborhood’s ever-growing culinary scene. The sister restaurant to Kenmore Square’s popular Island Creek Oyster Bar is housed in a historic Congress Street building that, ironically enough, was built on oyster shells at the turn of the 20th century.
Some people have trouble figuring out what they want to be when they grow up. For Hungry i Chef Peter Ballarin, that was never an issue.
Tucked into a corner of District Hall, Gather manages to feel cozy despite its soaring ceilings and industrial decor. Boston Harbor, visible through a wall of windows, is the focal point during the day, while a massive cluster of hanging bare light bulbs draws the eye at night.
The first time you visit Chef Steve “Nookie” Postal’s new Kendall Square restaurant Commonwealth, you might think you’ve stumbled into an upscale foodie market. And you’d be right.
Towne Stove & Spirits has a fresh face to flaunt. The Boylston Street eatery, named one of Esquire’s Best New Restaurants in 2011, has a brand-new chef and menu.
Pat Moscaritolo has a list of places he can’t wait to visit during Boston Restaurant Week, but as president of the Greater Boston Convention and Visitors Bureau, he has to remain unbiased.