Downtown Boston restaurants
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"A nearly definitive guide to eating lunch in and around Boston's Financial District."
Financial District, North End, Chinatown
"Modern Mediterranean" food. Brunch on Sundays (11:30 a.m. - 3 p.m.)
1 Charles St. South
American food: sandwiches, wraps, burgers and more.
21 Broad St.
"DJ's at The Garden is a welcoming neighborhood restaurant and pub inspired by the rich tradition of the 'The Garden.' DJ's offers a late-night menu and a full bar, featuring 20 beers on tap and 40 bottled beers. The restaurant and bar areas seat 250 people comfortably. DJ's can host private parties from 30 to 250 + people. With 24 plasma high definition TV's, DJ's is the perfect place to catch a game. Whether it's watching your alma mater compete in the NCAA Basketball Tournament, cheering on the Bruins and Celtics in the playoffs, or catching a Red Sox game, you'll never miss any of the action."
222 Friend St.
Downtown (North Station)
"The Intermission Tavern offers a wide selection of delicious food and drinks in a theatrical-themed atmosphere. Our tavern is sprinkled with posters of shows from the past. Our caring staff and talented chefs are dedicated to making your dining adventure fun, relaxing, and pleasurable."
"An upbeat Irish Pub & Steak House with a lively piano and martini bar that vibrates with the cheerful banter of patrons."
Brunch Saturday and Sunday, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m., featuring Irish breakfast, omelets, steak and eggs and more. Live piano vocalist on Sundays, noon - 3 p.m.
42 Province St.
French wine bar; wine tastings Tuesdays at 7 p.m.
129 South St. (near South Station)
The restaurant at the historic Parker House Hotel. Traditional New England cuisine. Breakfast, lunch and dinner.
60 School St.
"Whether it's a romantic steak dinner for two, an important business luncheon, or a private party, Ruth's Chris Steak House can accommodate your needs. Our Boston steakhouse provides guests with a warm, comfortable atmosphere. Be sure to stop by Curley's, our sophisticated bar named for the colorful, late Boston mayor, James Curley."
45 School St.
Restaurant, bar and boulangerie. Brunch, Saturdays and Sundays (11 a.m. - 4 p.m.).
255 State St.
"Come enjoy a three-course meal in one of our lounge love seats or sample delicious appetizers in front of our big screen TV. Sample our truly unique martini menu, created by some of the best mixologists in town. ... Or check out our Sunday Pajama Party Brunch, held every Sunday morning from 10:30 to 3:00."
101 Atlantic Ave.
"Vinalia features creative American cuisine with an extensive wine program, including more than 40 wines by the glass and weekly / monthly wine events. Our casually chic, contemporary atmosphere offers the perfect setting in which to relax, socialize and enjoy any number of choices from our extensive menu."
101 Arch St.
"In the custom of dinner clubs of an earlier time, our traditional American Grille fare is served in a historical three story townhouse featuring exposed brick, hardwood floors and a fireplace. A skylight adorns the ceiling of both the mezzanine and second floor levels providing light and warmth to the restaurant."
15 West St.
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