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In Boston, New England, and Beyond

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Big Bean Cafe
118 Main Street
Newmarket, NH 03857
Phone: (603) 659-8600

Check out the Big Bean Cafe in New Market, NH. A hippie, crunchy granola vibe, but innovative menu items, homemade breads and awesome coffee make this a definite do-again-and-again for breakfast or lunch. Try the Smurfette Benny - a sausage benedict with a schmeer of pesto and a slice of tomato. Fantastic. It makes a nice day trip on Saturday mornings, when you combine it with a walk up the hill to the farmers' market at the Stone Church.
Submitted on 7/14/10 by Laurin Marden, Kingston, NH

Ten Tables Cambridge
5 Craigie Circle
Cambridge, MA 02138
Phone: (617) 576-5444

I love Ten Tables 2 in Harvard Square the food wins the Triple Crown: TASTE - PRESENTATION - UNIQUE
Submitted on 6/27/10 by Pamela J Davis, Dover, MA

Cafe Piazza Dolce
831 Main Street
Winchester, MA 01890
Phone: (781) 838-6092

Best authentic Italian in the state. Also outdoor patio makes it incredible to dine at on sunny days. This prices may seem high at first, but the portions usually dwarf the price.
Submitted on 6/23/10 by Chris T, Woburn, MA

Allora Ristorante
139 Lakeside Avenue (Route 20)
Marlborough, MA 01752
Phone: (508) 485-4300

ALLORA-marlboro ma alloraonline.com
Submitted on 6/2/10 by Joe, Marlboro, MA

Beacon Grille
400 TradeCenter
Woburn, MA 01801
Phone: (781) 933-3333

My favorite restaurant is the new Beacon Grille in Woburn. They opened in January and I have to say I am a regular there now. Their fish is fresh and they have a wide selection, and they continue to add new things to the menu which is great. They are always busy so sometimes there might be a wait for a table. They had a great review by the "Diner for a Day." Just love the place.
Submitted on 5/12/10 by svl, Medford, MA

Mia Regazza
268 Washington Street
Abington, MA 02351
Phone: (781) 871-5800

OMG Ate at this restaurant last Saturday!!! It was the best meal I have ever had in my life!!! Unbelievable food, we were there for a confirmation party there was 14 of us everyone loved their meals. Waitress was great (very attentive), owner checked in on every table to make sure everything was ok. They also do catering, I'm dreaming about the next time I go back. I had Mia Regazza, Boiled lobster opened with angel hair pasta. shrimp, scallops and mussels in the yummiest scampi sauce. The restaurant is called Mia Regazza; it is located on RT. 18 in Abington which is also Washington St. I think.
Submitted on 5/4/10 by Elle D., Braintree, MA

Woodman's
121 Main Street
Essex, MA 01929
Phone: (978) 768-2559

Woodmans Essex Ma
Home of the fried clam and onion rings.
Submitted on 4/18/10 by Tony, Lawrence, MA

Fat Cat
24 Chestnut Street
Quincy, MA 02169
Phone: (617) 471-4363

Fat Cat, Quincy Center, Quincy, MA.
Submitted on 3/30/10 by Sara Ritchie, Quincy, MA

Sel de la Terre
[3 locations in the Boston area]

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Balthazar
80 Spring Street
New York, NY 10012
Phone: (212) 965-1414

2 favorites:
Boston--Sel de la Terre
New York--Balthazar
Submitted on 7/18/08 by jennifer corridan

The Clam Box
246 High Street
Ipswich, MA 01938
Phone: (978) 356-9707

If you want the best clams in New England, you have to go here. I have been Woodman's and Brown's, but the Clambox wipes the floor with them. Best non greasy tasty clams shells down.
Submitted on 3/30/10 by Joe Gill, Wilmington, MA

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