80 "Eating At The Bar" restaurants in Boston.
Maybe you forgot to make a reservation for your date, or maybe you just want to dine solo without being surrounded by two-tops filled with other people on dates. Whatever the reason, you probably occasionally find yourself with the need to eat the bar. Here are the restaurants perfect for doing so.
Highland Kitchen is a Somerville neighborhood staple that has good cocktails and fun food.
The Quiet Few is a neighborhood bar in East Boston with a large whiskey list and good bar food.
The Butcher Shop is a nice little South End wine bar disguised as a steakhouse.
Ghost Pepper is a lively taco restaurant in Dorchester, and the tacos are pretty much the least notable thing about it.
Stoked is not only one of the best pizza places in Brookline, it’s one of the best in all of Boston.
Ducali isn’t as famous as some other well-known North End pizza places, but one day it might be.
Capo is an enormous and (sadly) mediocre Italian restaurant and bar in South Boston.
Fat Baby is a sushi place in South Boston where the focus less on the sushi and more on the fun.
Loco Taqueria is a really crowded and fun taco bar in South Boston.
Ilona is an Eastern Mediterranean restaurant in the South End. It’s a beautiful spot filled with beautiful South End people, and the food is great.
Vee Vee is an American restaurant in Jamaica Plain that’s in the running for the award of “JP-est restaurant,” which is a good thing.
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.
Bar Mercato is a Downtown restaurant with a menu that works for a lot of different situations.