43 "Walk-Ins" restaurants in Boston.
Zo Greek is a Greek spot in Assembly Row that’s split into a fast-casual and fancier dine-in restaurant.
Trina’s is a divey restaurant in Inman Square with good cocktails and daily hot dog specials.
Ittoku is a Porter Square izakaya inside a windowless mall, and it’s better and way more fun than you expect a restaurant in a windowless mall to be.
Moonshine 152 is a great little restaurant in South Boston that serves Asian-ish street food.
El Oriental De Cuba is a small Cuban restaurant in Jamaica Plain with some great empanadas.
The Haven is a Jamaica Plain pub and, if you ever open a wormhole that brings Robert Burns to the present day, this would be a good spot to bring him.
The Emory is an American place on the top of Beacon Hill that’s a little better and a little more fun than most places in Downtown Boston.
The Laughing Monk Cafe is a Thai-Japanese restaurant in Mission Hill that has some sneakily great sushi.
R.F. O’Sullivan is an Irish pub in Somerville with really good, really big burgers.
El Potro is a small, colorful Mexican place in Union Square with really big plates and margaritas.
The Glenville Stops is a small plates place in Allston with a great wine list.
Casa Cana is a Latin spot in Allston with an OK menu, but a great outdoor courtyard.
Seoul Soulongtang is a casual Korean spot in Allston that specializes in ox bone noodle soup.