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647 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02118 (South End) | (617) 266-4443

Open Today: Open

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  • Vejigantes Restaurant Boston

    .1m away

    The story of the Vejigante is as rich a tapestry as the island of Puerto Rico itself. Legend has it that Santiago Apóstol (St. James the Apostle) appeared as a ferocious knight on a whitehorse to lead the discouraged Catholic troops of King Ramiro I to battle against the Moors during the Spanish Reconquista. The victorious knight became known as Santiago Matamoros (St. James the Moor Slayer) and the Spaniards carried him as symbol of their victory to the New World to aid in the conquest of the native people.

  • Metropolis Boston

    .2m away

    The place that started it all for The Aquitaine Group. A cozy and casual Mediterranean cafe overlooking bustling Tremont Street, in Boston’s Historic South End. Offering our guests fine dining, hospitality and casual dining prices. Join us any night for Dinner or come try our award winning brunch on Saturday & Sunday.

  • Mela Boston

    .2m away

    Boston’s South End has rapidly become a culinary destination in its own right. To find the neighborhood’s first Indian restaurant, look for the striking pink and gold windows of MELA on Tremont Street, a unique dining space that has struck a chord with residents here since the day it opened in 2007. The denizens of the South End are night owls, so MELA serves its full dinner menu – for eat in or take out -- until 11 PM nightly. But, it’s the abundant brunch buffet, served for just $12.95 from 11:30 til 3:00 on Saturdays and Sundays, that really draws crowds. The refreshing Indian themed cocktails at MELA’s mini-bar also win fans. MELA’s take on Indian cuisine is a touch lighter than most, including two spectacular Hot Stone dishes that allow diner’s to “cook” their own food on sizzling hot rocks brought to the table. Meat or fish available. Served with a green salad and a variety of dipping sauces, it’s virtually fat free and costs about $25 for two people. MELA also features several classic curries (goat, tilapia, lamb shank) in styles made famous in Madras, Goa and Kerala … and a hot tandoor oven turns out dishes like mahi mahi tikka, mixed grill, and almost a dozen tasty Indian breads priced at $3-5. You can easily spend a whole day in the South End, and MELA makes a fine option for lunch, brunch dinner or a late night snack. Come as you are.

  • Petit Robert Bistro - South End Boston

    .2m away

    Small quarters at this authentic French Bistro on Columbus Avenue in Boston's South End, small wine bar seating as well as seasonal sidewalk dining.

  • Stephi’s on Tremont Boston

    .2m away

    Stephi’s on Tremont is located in the heart of Boston’s South End across from historic Union Park on Tremont Street, which is widely referred to as Restaurant Row. Floor-to-ceiling windows wrap the restaurant’s corner location and an outdoor seasonal patio provides for the neighborhood’s best people watching spot. Always a favorite for its comfortable, residential décor and warm, friendly service, Stephi’s is the go-to location for lunch, dinner and a weekend brunch that’s popular with South End residents and visitors alike.


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Cuisines: American, Grill Food, Breakfast Food

Scenes: Restaurant, Bar

Avg. Entree: $16 - $20


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