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Indulge in hand-cut steaks and fresh seafood as Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steakhouse, one of the best restaurants in Back Bay Boston. Located on Boylston Steet, our restaurant is nestled within Prudential Center near the Hilton Back Bay. With sleek architecture, modern design and spacious private rooms, you’ll enjoy a traditional steakhouse dining experience in an elevated atmosphere.More
Opa restaurant was founded in 2003 by Chef Joseph Karam and his family. Joe introduced Opa to the historic Federal Hill in hopes of sharing his family's culture cuisine and hospitality. Opa's consistent traditional Lebanese cooking and the family's hospitality has lead Opa to be a gem in Rhode Island's food industry with visitors traveling from all over New England to try a Taste of Lebanon.More
Welcome to Rasa Restaurant!
Locally owned and operated, Rasa Restaurant has been serving East Greenwich since 2013.
We feature Modern Indian Cuisine offering a creative dining experience, a full bar, take-out service and complete catering services. We have gluten free, vegan and halal options as well. More
Beantown, dubbed for the baked beans that put the city on the map, is about far more than beans these days. Local restaurants channel the region’s farm-to-table traditions and celebrate the iconic seafood of New England’s coast—no trip to the region is complete without a proper lobster (pronounced “lob-stah,” steamed and served with butter and corn on-the-cob), freshly shucked oysters, fried clams—you name it. Hometown to a handful of internationally influential female restaurateurs and the inimitable legacy of Julia Child, who called Cambridge home, Boston will always be a city where liberal sensibilities meet a global approach, in politics and on the plate.