17 "Seaport District" Restaurants in Boston.
Lolita is a Mexican place in the Seaport that’s more like a gothic bar than a restaurant.
Woods Hill is a restaurant in the Seaport. It’s named after a farm, so that should give you a pretty good idea of what to expect.
Lola Burger is a Seaport restaurant and bar that pretty much only serves burgers. Considering how specialized it is, the burgers should be better.
Committee is a perfectly OK Greek spot on Fan Pier that has a fun outdoor bar in the summer.
Harpoon Brewery is the headquarters for one of the most ubiquitous beers in New England. It has a nice tap room and pretzels -lots of pretzels.
Trillium is a brewery in the Seaport. The line out the door will be full of people coming for the beer, but the food is actually really good, too.
Yankee Lobster is a seafood shack on the Seaport that makes a lobster roll you should probably try.
The Barking Crab is a mediocre seafood restaurant in the Seaport with a location that’s. . . very much not mediocre.
Temazcal is a flashy Mexican place in the Seaport with great waterfront views and an expansive mezcal list.
Chickadee is a good Italian restaurant in an industrial corner of the Seaport.
Row 34 is a seafood restaurant with a good beer selection in the the Fort Point area of the Seaport.
Legal Harborside is a giant seafood restaurant in the Seaport, with multiple dining concepts and a big roof deck with harbor views.