Boston Restaurants | Boston Restaurant Guide

No visit to Boston would be complete without experiencing the best of Boston Restaurants. Boston Park Plaza Hotel's reputation as Boston's premier Dining destination continues to grow with popular Boston Restaurants including; McCormick & Schmick's, The Melting Pot and a fine Hotel Bar setting at Statler Lounge.

The Boston Park Plaza offers 8 Boston Restaurants & Lounges on site, including:

At Au Bon Pain, we take our service — and menu — beyond the expected. From our authentic artisan breads and scrumptious pastries to inspired menus filled with savory sandwiches, soups, salads and entrees, no recipe is less than perfect, no request beyond our reach. Our lively, bustling marketplaces...
Cheers Beacon Hill, formerly the Bull & Finch Pub, is a bar/restaurant located on Beacon Street in the Beacon Hill neighborhood of Boston, Massachusetts, across from the Boston Public Garden. Founded in 1969 as the Bull & Finch Pub, the bar is known internationally as the exterior of the...
Nearly everything about Central Square's paradoxically named Enormous Room—including the plush furnishings and easy-on-the-ears music—is deeply chill: The cover rarely tops $5, the staff is the easygoing kind, and the lighting is dialed down to ultra flattering, which keeps the crowd of baristas,...
We create sensational dessert experiences at Finale. What exactly does that mean? We use the best ingredients, like Valrhona chocolate and Tahitian vanilla beans. We use them to make the most delicious desserts you've ever eaten. They are also the most beautiful desserts you've ever seen. We treat...
Fleming's Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar is an ongoing celebration of exceptional food and wine. Indulge yourself with the finest aged prime beef and discover new tastes with our award-winning wine list, featuring 100 wines by the glass and a world-class Reserve List. Known for its, warm inviting...
Good Life resides in the heart of downtown Boston and is a full restaurant and nightclub experience. Once an ode to Sinatra and the swinging rat pack-era of yesteryear, a family acquisition of the venue, major renovation and heavy marketing campaign has simultaneously transformed Good Life into...
For more than 20 years, Gordon and Fiona Hamersley have operated one of Boston's most beloved restaurants. On a lovely corner in the heart of Boston's South End, Hamersley's serves hearty, rustic dishes that draw on the diverse ingredients of New England. This Boston restaurant's open kitchen—one...
House of Blues Boston is perfect for live music and dining experiences. In keeping with tradition, House of Blues Boston displays the "Crazy Quilt" and keeps a metal box of mud from the Delta Mississippi underneath its stage. The House of Blues grew out of founder Isaac Tigrett's love for the...
With six locations, this Boston restaurant has become a city institution based on their reliably fresh and delicious seafood dishes. From their signature New England clam chowder to oysters, lobster, and fresh-caught fish to landlubber selections like chicken and steak, this is a Boston restaurant...
L’Espalier is often credited with being the first independently owned restaurant to bring haute cuisine to Boston, and doing so with a trailblazing commitment to using local, fresh ingredients from New England. Located on Boylston Street when it opened in 1978, L’Espalier moved to a historic Back...
MJ O’Connor’s is located in the Back Bay neighborhood of Boston within our Park Plaza Hotel. Grab a seat at the lively bar or relax in our cozy dining room for a modern take on traditional pub dining. At MJ’s, our lunch and dinner selections include classics such as Guinness Irish Soup, Shepherd’s...
Come to the best Happy Hour in Boston and stay for a great dinner.  Located in the heart of the Theater District, McCormick and Schmick’s Seafood Restaurant is an ideal place to meet on your way a show or game at Fenway Park. Valet parking is available through the hotel or parking garage across...
True Bostonians know that there's only one Regina—the original restaurant in the North End, where they've been baking thin-crusted pizzas since 1926. Yes, lines are common, but it's part of the experience. Skip the new-fangled "gourmet" pies in favor of the pepperoni, anchovy, mushroom, and...
Indulge your senses and sense of history with the unique dining experience of our Boston steakhouse. Located in a historic stone and brick “castle” built in 1891, the structure originally served as the headquarters for the First Corps of Cadets and is listed on the National Historic Register. The...
Take a step back into our history and enjoy our classic Piano Bar setting, featuring vintage cocktails & casual fare.
Welcome to The Melting Pot. We offer a truly unique dining experience created by the art of fondue. Whether you’re celebrating a birthday, anniversary, a long overdue date night, or celebrating with a group, The Melting Pot Restaurant is perfect for any occasion.  Tailor your visit with a four-...
John F. Kennedy was a regular, and now, John Kerry is a regular. The oldest restaurant in Boston, established in 1826, and oldest continuously operating restaurant in America is where you go when you're craving a taste of New England. There's no better place in town to feast on hearty portions of...
 
 

Save 15% on your next visit to Boston!

... when you sign-up to receive Exclusive Offers & Updates