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"A casual atmosphere where Southwest styles and flavors meet New England cuisine."
A la carte brunch, 9:30 - 2:30 p.m.
209 Columbus Ave.
"Inspired by Parisian neighborhood bistros, award-winning Aquitaine offers an authentic French dining experience. Executive Chef/Owner Seth Woods has forged a path in the Boston restaurant scene for innovative, yet traditional French cuisine."
Has Saturday and Sunday brunch, 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
569 Tremont St.
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"In 2003, Barbara opened B&G Oysters, LTD., providing the city with a classic yet stylish oyster bar. At the center of the dining room of this subterranean restaurant is an open kitchen surrounded by a white marble bar and black bar stools. Cool blue and grey tiles accented by stainless steel lend a calming oceanic aura to the space while the funky music playing keeps the mood fun and social. The menu offers exquisitely fresh seafood including a daily selection of 12 oyster varieties, ready to be shucked, and fun New England-inspired dishes such as a lobster BLT."
550 Tremont St.
"A neighborhood cafe des artistes." Sunday brunch. At the Boston Center for the Arts.
541 Tremont St.
"Inspired by the Morgans, Settles continues to satisfy customers looking for traditional Southern cuisine. Bob's homemade meatloaf, fried chicken, BBQ Ribs and even the original 'Bob's' macaroni and cheese are still featured on the menu. Settles has also added Cajun dishes such as crab cakes, mustard fried catfish, jambalaya and shrimp etouffe. Today, live jazz is a hallmark of dining at Bob's -- every Thursday through Saturday night, some of Boston's most prominent jazz artists perform at the restaurant. On Sundays, Bob's features the popular 'all-you-can-eat' buffet brunch with a side dish of some of the best gospel and live jazz in town."
604 Columbus Ave.
"At Caffè Umbra, located in the newly chic stretch of Washington Street in Boston's South End, Chef Laura Brennan is serving up innovative country French and Italian style dishes in her straight forward trademark style."
1395 Washington St.
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"Since 1993, the Claremont Cafe has enticed residents of the South End and beyond with a creative blend of Mediterranean-American cuisine. Seasonal menus and daily specials presented in a friendly bistro atmosphere is at the heart of the Claremont Cafe's success. The Claremont serves beer & wine and is well known for its seasonal patio."
535 Columbus Ave.
"EQUATOR is a Family-owned and locally operated restaurant that serves authentic Thai cuisine at great prices. We provide exceptionally fine service in a truly ethnic Thai atmosphere.Whether you are in the mood for spring rolls, tofu, or prime rib, our food is sure to make your mouth water for more!"
1721 Washington St.
An American bistro
Brunch served Saturdays and Sundays 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
130 Dartmouth St.
"Pastries, cookies, tarts, cakes, sandwiches, soups, salads, breads,
1595 Washington St.
"When FLUX was just an idea in the back of our minds, we pictured a fun restaurant that was inexpensive. The food would be interesting, but simple. The energy from the bar, dining room and even the DJ booth would fill the space. Service would be fast and efficient, without ever being pretentious or stuffy. The dining room would be light, bright, and casual. It would be the kind of place where you can meet up with friends for a drink, stop in after the gym for a healthy meal or just grab something to eat on that night you just can not bring yourself to cook another dinner. Guess what...that is just what we created. "
1 Appleton St.
"Giacomos Ristorante has been Boston's premier neighborhood Italian restaurant for over 20 years, with locations in both the North End and South End. We continually receive outstanding reviews both locally and nationally."
"Innovative contemporary cuisine."
553 Tremont St.
542 Columbus Ave.
New American cuisine. Live jazz on Friday nights.
3 Appleton St.
Has an extensive crepe menu.
550 Tremont St.
"Our menu pairs the flavors and cooking styles of a Southwestern kitchen with fresh New England ingredients. Combine this with our carefully selected wine list or our original award-winning cocktails and Margaritas to put the finishing touches on a memorable evening that feels like a short trip to Santa Fe." Brunch on Saturday and Sunday.
439 Tremont St.
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"For the time of your life, step back hundreds of years into an evening at the Medieval Manor. Awaiting you and your party is a comedic experience often imitated but never equaled. In this bawdy rollicking romp through the Middle Ages, the minstrel, jester, oaf and wenches respond to the Lord of the Manor's every whim with song, story and slapstick, sweeping you up in the fun. As the spirits flow and Canterbury beckons, the laughter and camaraderie will soon reveal why so many return so often for such foolishness."
246 East Berkeley St.
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"Features the uncomplicated French Mediterranean cuisine of award-winning Chef Jamie Mammano."
223 Columbus Ave.
"Eclectic American homemade cuisine."
1 Union Park.
"Orinoco is inspired by the 'taguaritas'-- small, casual, rustic, and inviting eateries found along Venezuelan roadsides. The menu includes old family recipes that blend the cuisines and flavors of the Andes and the Caribbean. Orinoco also offers authentic South American wines and tropical fruit drinks."
477 Shawmut Ave.
"Savor the tempting flavors of Southeast Asia, sip inventive cocktails and lounge in the exotically hip atmosphere at Pho Republique."
1415 Washington St.
"Rouge opened its doors in mid-October 2002 in the South End neighborhood of Boston where Chef/Owner Andy Husbands is preparing a menu that is diverse enough to please most any discerning palate. Seemlessly blending the 'adventurous American' cuisine, for which Andy is already quite well known from his popular restaurants Tremont 647 and Sister Sorel, with Award-Winning BBQ, Rouge is drawing a crowd from the curious to the loyal."
480 Columbus Ave.
"Focuses on the specialties of the Middle East and the Mediterranean. The menu is divided into three parts: mezze (appetizers), salads, and
entrees. We offer a prix fixe dinner choice - for example, a variety of our
chef's favorite hot and chilled mezze, entrees and desserts. The Red Fez is a moderately priced city restaurant with an exciting but casual atmosphere."
1222 Washington St.
"Tremont 647 is high-quality, adventurous American cuisine, served in a professional, fun and funky environment."
Pajama brunch, 10:30 - 2 p.m. on Saturdays; 10:30 - 3 p.m. on Sundays.
647 Tremont St.
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