20 "Special Occasions" restaurants in Boston.
Tanám is a Filipino restaurant that’s really just a single table in a small room in Union Square, and it’s outstanding.
Uni is a flashy Japanese izakaya in Back Bay with a $16 spoon, hot rock wagyu beef, and lots of small plates you won’t want to stop ordering.
Juliet in Union Square is an unpretentious French tasting menu restaurant in a low-key space.
The tasting counter is a pricy but excellent tasting menu place inside Aeronaut Brewery in Somerville.
The Table is a tiny prix-fixe French restuarant in Cambridge.
No Relation is a secret sushi counter inside of a South End tiki bar that's also kind of a secret.
Boston Chops is Downtown steakhouse that looks and feels very much the way you expect a downtown steakhouse to.
Asta is a good but pricey fine dining place in Back Bay that's surprisingly casual.
The Hungry I is one of Boston’s most beautiful restaurants, serving solid French food in Beacon Hill.
Nahita in Back Bay is a flashy Latin-Asian fusion place that has more plants than a greenhouse.
Mamma Maria provides the best combination of North End atmosphere and Italian food that was actually made with a little effort.