Save and Splurge: A Restaurant for Every Budget in Boston

Time Out Market Boston

Time Out, the global media company known for its digital city guides, is behind this sprawling food court on the edge of Boston’s Back Bay.

There are 15 food concepts under one roof. Order fried chicken burgers, lobster rolls drizzled with butter, nori-sushi tacos, or Boston cream brioche donuts, then take a seat at one of the long communal tables inside or outside. outside. An open kitchen offers a rotating program of guest chef cooking workshops.

If you’re looking for cheap food closer to downtown Boston, check out High Street Place, another stylish food court offering take-out pizza, bowls of bibimbap, canoli and craft beer. See: timeoutmarket.com/boston; highstreetplace.com

Time Out Market offers delicious take-out meals.

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Time Out Market offers delicious take-out meals.

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Pier 6

Visit Pier 6 for fresh New England seafood.

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Visit Pier 6 for fresh New England seafood.

New England is synonymous with seafood like lobster rolls and creamy clam chowder. At Pier 6 in Charlestown, you can try both, plus a full banquet of brackish delicacies transported from the surrounding waters.

At the raw bar, choose from the daily selection of oysters, shrimp cocktail, scallop ceviche or save yourself the hassle and enjoy them all in a convenient shellfish platter for US$140. Enjoy your feast on the sunny upper deck with city views.

The venue sits at the end of a wharf within walking distance of the world’s oldest commissioned naval vessel, the USS Constitution, and the Bunker Hill Monument, the site of the first major battle of the American Revolutionary War. See: pier6boston.com

The lobster popover at Woods Hill Pier 4.

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The lobster popover at Woods Hill Pier 4.

Woods Hill Pier 4

Terms like grass-fed, dry-aged, locally grown, and sustainably-caught aren’t just buzzwords at this modern restaurant on Boston’s reclaimed waterfront.

Owner Kristin Canty also owns a 360-acre farm 200 km away in New Hampshire that provides the finest cuts of meat and produce ranging from eggs and honey to blueberries and mushrooms.

You can taste the quality of the menu which offers small dishes to share such as crispy lamb chops, aged duck breast and clam crudo. The glass-walled space can accommodate more than 180 guests — but weather permitting, head straight to the lovely open-air patio for water views. See: woodshillpier4.com

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