Amplify your taste buds with colorful and signature food during your next visit to Boston. Our W Insider suggests the following restaurants that will be sure to leave you speechless:
LIQUID ART HOUSE
100 ARLINGTON ST.
Liquid Art House (L.A.H.) is an innovative gallery/restaurant concept helmed by local entrepreneur, Ruta Laukien. Their award-winning chef, Johnny Sheehan creates modern American cuisine with world-class flavor and techniques that are constantly inspired by the ever-changing art installations brought into the space.
Everything you encounter at L.A.H, from furniture to flatware, is available for purchase.
SELECT OYSTER BAR
50 GLOUCESTER ST.
Select Oyster Bar is an intimate seafood restaurant in Boston's Back Bay neighborhood.
The menu features local seafood prepared with a focus on Mediterranean flavors and is paired with a creative wine selection, craft beer offerings, and cocktail program featuring artisan spirits.
ALDEN & HARLOW
40 BRATTLE ST.
Located in Harvard Square, Alden & Harlow serves thoughtfully sourced, honest American food in a subterranean, modern and comfortable space. Inspired by the gathering of family and friends at his home kitchen table, Chef Michael Scelfo prepares bold and flavor forward food that honors tradition of place in its quality. It's how he connects with anyone who joins him at his table.
1 CHARLES ST.
Ostra is a night-on-the-town splurge for the freshest seafood. Lucky you: it's just half a block away from W Boston!
Don't miss the live piano music, which makes even a glass of wine at the bar seem like a special occasion.
1363 BOYLSTON ST.
Tiger Mama merges chef Tiffani Faison’s culinary prowess and creativity with the flavors of Thailand, Vietnam, and Malaysia. The menu is deliberately expansive to balance dishes that ring familiar and dishes that push guests out of their comfort zones. The restaurant also offers a dynamic alternative to brunch with Dim Sum Sundays, where Tiger Mama classics arrive via a roving cart and endless trays.
360 HARRISON AVE.
Located in Boston’s dynamic South End neighborhood, Chef Colin Lynch shares his love for regional Italian cooking. Bar Mezza provides authentic flavors, whether in a bowl of handmade pasta or with a plate of langoustine dressed simply in lime and Sicilian sea salt.