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Local Highlights in the Globe’s 46 Best New Restaurants

Boston Globe Magazine’s “46 Best New Restaurants” features several local businesses. Here they are in alphabetical order. How many have you tried?

Bencotto
“It’s everything you want in a North End restaurant.”
361 Hanover Street; bencottoboston.com

Cultivar
“Seasonal cuisine [that] draws on a regional array.”
1 Court Street, in the Ames Boston Hotel adjacent to City Hall; cultivarboston.com

Cunard Tavern
“People-pleasing Jeffries Point pub with wings, steak frites, and pan-seared scallops.”
24 Orleans Street, East Boston at Jeffries Point; cunardtavern.com

North Square Oyster
“There may be no more charming corner of the city in which to demolish an assortment of local oysters.”
5 North Square; northsquareoyster.com

ReelHouse
“Settle onto captain’s chairs to hoist wine glasses, nibble oysters and grilled calamari, and take in the delicious patio view.”
6 New Street, East Boston; reelhouseboston.com

See the full list here.

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One Reply to “Local Highlights in the Globe’s 46 Best New Restaurants

  1. #18 Moody’s Delicatessan for the first time last thursday before my skin appointment the panini was very good, a great welcoming gesture when you first walk in and they even gave me some free bakeries to take home. The pasteries have that fried greasein it, but delicious. Next time I will be using the $20 gift card I won on Instagram Great place to sit for a quick bite on 500 Bolyston Street.

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