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Favorite Restaurant in Allston, MA?

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What is your favorite dining spot in Allston, MA? Feel free to post your answer below, perhaps including a description and what you like at the restaurant. [Go here to post a reply.]


Cwinship wrote:
Jiminy Crickets - where do I start? Common Ground for a twist on Homecooking Sunset (for when I have out of towners visting)the beer list will always impress.
Brown Sugar for Thai
Carlos for Italian
Cafe Brazil for Brazilian (duh)
Sabatinos for pizza/takeout
(Posted on 9/3/10)

Lenny wrote:
(Posted on 9/3/10)

MB wrote:
Deep Ellum! Food is great and the cocktails are out of this world.
(Posted on 9/3/10)

Appraiser wrote:
Victoria, on Comm Ave.
(Posted on 12/20/10)

Joe wrote:
Love Common Ground.
(Posted on 12/20/10)

Moe wrote:
The Thai Place for duck noodle soup. Deep Ellum, Bravo Pizza for Sicilian slices, Cafe Brazil, and Indian Dharba for roadside Indian meats. Don't forget Wing-It for suicide wings and Lots of beer at Sunset Grille.
(Posted on 12/20/10)

SM wrote:
Shanghai Gate, obviously. Though Jo Jo Taipei, One of the Kind, Kantin, Garlic & Lemons, Boston Kebab Company, Blue Asia, Deep Ellum and Mixx are also all in the running.
(Posted on 5/12/12)

Bo Napateet wrote:
Bonchon for Korean Fried Chicken.
(Posted on 5/12/12)

@renh77 wrote:
Lone Star Taco Bar
(Posted on 5/12/12)

Mahina wrote:
Soulfire Grill :D
(Posted on 5/12/12)

gail P wrote:
Allston Diner. Fabulous vegan, vegetarian and meaty meals. Great coffee too
(Posted on 1/17/13)

dg wrote:
Bon Chon Chicken!
One of the Kind - at the 88 and every other place at the 88!
Shanghai Gate
(Posted on 1/17/13)

ejr wrote:
Grasshopper, Sweet Pepper (actually in Brighton, but hey), and Deep Ellum.
(Posted on 1/17/13)

Ashley wrote:
Brown Sugar Cafe
Peace O'Pie
(Posted on 1/17/13)

Michele wrote:
Deep Ellum. Is this even a serious question?
(Posted on 1/17/13)

ss wrote:
S&I for Thai, sunset duh for nachos
(Posted on 1/17/13)

LVG wrote:
(Posted on 1/17/13)

Anna wrote:
REALLY depends what you're looking for. Soulfire, Deep Ellum, Lone Star, Carlo's, Fish Market, Sunset Grill. And breakfast sandwiches from Twin Donuts!
(Posted on 1/17/13)

Ms wrote:
Watch for the opening of Swissbakers on western Ave in about 2 weeks.
(Posted on 1/17/13)

DEEE wrote:
Garlic & Lemons.
Deep Ellum.
(Posted on 1/18/13)

Jess wrote:
Deep Ellum! Great food and drinks! Also Lonestar and Soulfire.
(Posted on 1/19/13)

Charlie wrote:
Bon Chon for spicy Korean fried chicken and Myung Dong for soju afterwards!
(Posted on 1/22/13)

Elena wrote:
Taqueria Carrizal
(Posted on 1/23/13)


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