41 "Big Groups" restaurants in Boston.
Island Creek Oyster Bar is a quintessential Boston seafood restaurant.
Mariel is a Cuban restaurant downtown. Don’t let all the selfies distract you from the fact that it’s actually really good.
Hojoko is a Japanese restaurant in the Fenway that is the opposite of a sensory deprivation tank.
Puritan & Co. is casual restaurant in Inman Square with an exciting menu of New England based food.
Alden & Harlow in Harvard Square serves good, not great American small plates in a fun underground space with excellent cocktails.
Casa Portugal is a Portuguese restaurant in Inman Square that serves a lot of good seafood dishes.
La Brasa is a big, meat-forward place in East Somerville that has a good cocktail menu.
Alcove is a West End American restaurant, and one of the only places to eat near the Garden that doesn't have Bobby Orr jerseys hanging on the wall.
The first thing you’ll notice at Myung Dong in Allston is the K-Pop videos playing on a loop. The second thing you’ll notice is the good Korean menu.
Little Donkey is a small plates restaurant in Central Square that’s great for drinks and few bites.
Legal Harborside is a giant seafood restaurant in the Seaport, with multiple dining concepts and a big roof deck with harbor views.