Chung’s Coffee Shop

99 Chauncy Street Lbby
Boston, 02111
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Wow. If you need desserts for Yelpers, this is the place to go. You can pick out five different giant chunks of cakes for the very inexpensive price of $4.80. I selected cakes pre-packaged, and the woman working the counter suggested I picked my own, which I didn't realize was an option. Very nice! I selected a pretty array, and if you're interested, they sell a TON of different buns here; sesame, pork, lotus, you name the bun, they got it. They cakes were buttery and spongey and devoured in true Yelper cake hunting style at bowling. I will definitely be back here to pick up some buns. YUM!

(617) 350-4099

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Tacomania

245 Meridian Street
Boston, 02128
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Have been dining in this restaurant for many years. Its a small restaurant in the heart of east Boston . The prices are good and the food is always fresh and made to order. the place is not very fancy and probably needs some updating.however, if you are looking for a delicisious food then this is your choice. Like every other restaurants this restaurant has its bad days. Bought some take out few times and the rice wasnt fresh and probably made a day before. But I am sure if you come on the weekend you will get an A plus meal.

(617) 569-8500

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Aquitaine

569 Tremont St
Boston, 02118
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Very good! Delicious brunch! Their menu has many options to satisfy every appetite. We tried the Croque Magret (Duck confit with house made potato chips) and the Salmon Benedict (Smoked Salmon, Hollandaise and Lyonnaise Potatoes.) The quality of the food is truly amazing as Aquitaine seems to use excellent quality produce. What I loved was their Glazed Cinnamon Buns as they are truly unique here. Also, they use Pure Vermont Maple Syrup. So what didn't I like? It's way too crowded :( Tables are uncomfortably close to each other with about 8inches apart. It's very hard to squeeze from the inside table seat to the outside. Also, because it's so packed, it feels like a hurried brunch. Not so great. Transportation: on Tremont st. Lot's of buses and a 15 min walk from Back Bay station (orange line)
Summary: I wish I could give it 3.5 stars because I did like it but not enough to give it 4 or 5 stars though it does deserve more than 3 stars (I would consider 3 stars to be average and it was certainly above that). I came with high expectations mostly because of our multiple experiences at the French restaurant Gaslight (same owners) that is not too far away. Overall, food was good but portions were small for what we were paying and the service was slower than it should have been considering the restaurant was about 30-40% full. What We Ordered: We came for brunch and had the Duck Hash and Eggs, Brioche French Toast, and Pommes Frites to start. I cannot recall the drinks we had (the menu had recently changed apparently when we were there a few weeks ago and it does not look like the menu online has been updated) but one was like a Mojito with Pomegranate and the other was their version of a Bloody Mary. Liked: The waitress was very friendly and helpful with descriptions. The food was delicious. The fries were excellent as was the gravy thing it came with. The duck hash was flavorful and tender and the french toast was perfect. Not Liked: Food took long to come out considering the restaurant was not very busy (perhaps -hopefully- they have more staff at peak times). Portions were quite small, particularly the $7 Pommes Frites (think Small Fries McDonalds order). Drinks did not seem particularly strong. Maybe we'll manage to stop in for a different meal and have a better impression but until then, I would skip Aquitaine and head to Gaslight where there is similar but better food with larger portions and seemingly quicker service.
Its always a pleasure coming to Aquitaine. I usually recommend this place for its incredible weekend brunch deal that includes bottomless coffee, juice, a cinnamon bun, and omelette entree for only $11.95. The portions are very generous and the omelettes so flavorful. For a 1 pm Saturday reservation, the restaurant was fairly empty. We got our food seemingly less than 10 minutes. The omelettes were cooked perfectly (I'm picky about my eggs, so that's saying a lot), the roasted potatoes robustly seasoned, and the freshly made cinnamon bun--wow I could eat it all day! Service: The waitstaff are friendly and knowledgeable. Our waitress checked on us several times and refilled our waters and coffee. Seating: I would highly recommend calling in earlier for a reservation. This is not a large restaurant and during their busy hours, the wait-time can be long. Parking: Street parking (if you can find any). We walked from Park Street T station. Its a mere 1 mile walk along Tremont Street.

(617) 424-8577

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Murphy’s Law

837 Summer St
Boston, 02127
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(617) 269-6667

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Cheers

84 Beacon St
Boston, 02108
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Wonderful place to go eat and/or grab a drink. The mixed drinks are really really good. The food was your standard pub food fare but very good. I went with a friend and we got the nachos to start with which would have been plenty. But then we also got fish tacos and chicken panini. The nachos were very good. The fish tacos were wonderful however after the nachos I was really too full to eat them. Needless to say we took a lot of food home. But this spot is a definite try for those in the area.
Pleasantly surprised. Expected typically bland tourist trap food, but Cheers exceeded expectations. I had the Ruben on rye and it was excellent, significant other had clam chowder that was great also. Kids had good things to say about their meals as well. Definitely will be coming back.
I came here as a tourist and as a fan of the TV show. I left my pretentious foodie expectations back at the hotel. The food was slightly above average. I wanted to order something themed after one of the beloved characters but what caught my attention was the veggie pannini. It wasn't bad. Remember, this is a bar with food. It is on the level with TGI Fridays or Chili's. What I really liked was the atmosphere. It really felt like a Boston bar where locals hang out. I saw tourists but I also heard the locals talking at the bar. What is also cool is a walk up nearby Charles Street after dinner. The stores are cool. No one knew my name but that was ok. I went there as a tourist. I am not a local.

(617) 227-9605

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Fishermen’s Net

1 Faneuil Hall Market Pl
Boston, 02109
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(617) 742-2872

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Cafe Tremont

60 School St
Boston, 02108
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(617) 227-8601

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DoubleTree Suites by Hilton Hotel Boston - Cambridge

400 Soldiers Field Rd
Boston, 02134
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(617) 783-0090

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Mi Rancho Restaurant

30 Bennington Street
Boston, 02128
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(617) 561-7777

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Big H Deli Soup Line

301 Huntington Avenue
Boston, 02115
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(617) 262-1931

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