Restaurants for LGBT in Boston and Surrounds, Massachusetts 

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  • 41

    Parish Cafe

    6 reviews

    Their local-chef inspired sandwich selection is incredible. It's a great way to get a sense for the culinary feel of Boston manifested through restaurant themed sandwich deliciousness.

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  • 42

    Craigie on Main

    6 reviews

    One of the best rated restaurants in all of Boston (and for good reasons). The ambiance is high end but sweet and cozy, and the service staff is extremely attentive. Absolutely top notch! The plating of the food is a treat in itself, extraordinarily beautiful and simply elegant. The food is very savory, their Fois Gras appetizer is one of ...

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  • 43

    Flour Bakery + Cafe

    7 reviews

    I was thrilled when Flour opened a spot a little closer to my neighborhood! I love their sandwiches and the raspberry seltzer. Due to the location and Flour's popularity, I tend to find the lines at this particular branch to be on the lengthy side. Be prepare if braving the weekday lunch hour or post-work crowd!

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  • 44

    Legal Sea Foods - Park Place

    6 reviews

    Good but pricy. But when you're in Boston, you have to experience it, wouldn't you say?

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  • 45

    Crema Cafe

    8 reviews

    Crema is almost exactly what you expect from a coffee house located right next to an undergrad campus. It's generally very crowded (on nice days even out on the sidewalk) with lots of people either in smaller groups or with their laptops, and it's hard to find a seat. However, the drinks and small snacks and baked goods you can ...

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  • 46

    Regina Pizzeria

    7 reviews

    Probably one of the best pizza's I've ever had! I love pizza's topped with delicious sauce. If you're ever in town then you better have this on your food itinerary list. My friend and I shared the Puttanesca Pizza (Plump artichoke hearts and sliced black olives on top of Regina's famous red sauce pizza and dressed with Pecorino Romano and ...

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  • 47

    The Daily Catch

    5 reviews

    very Very VERY small place. We were in line for almost an hour. I think we were the second or third group in line and we didn't budge for 30-45min. STAFF: very Very Italian! Even the asian chef cooking in the corner bickered like Italians. LOVED IT. FOOD: They're known for their black ink squid pasta... The pasta was good. ...

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  • 48

    Lord Hobo

    7 reviews

    This new bar in Cambridge has a fantastic selection of fine beers, and acceptably decent bar food as well. The atmosphere is young and hip, though loud, making it a good happy hour spot.

  • 49

    Sunset Grill & Tap

    The food here is nothing special - solid diner fare. The really impressive part is the ridiculously extensive beer list - I think they have something like 118 beers on tap.

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  • 50

    Salty Pig

    7 reviews

    The salty pig was definitely salty... My boyfriend and I came here for dinner and ordered what the server recommended. We got the octopus appetizer (salty) and salty pigs house pizza (salty). Might be a great place for wine and some light snack on the side. The interior was beautiful. I loved the open kitchen.

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  • 51

    Redbones Barbecue

    With several different kids of ribs, Redbones is the best Southern BBQ around. The sides are as good as the main courses - the yams and spicy corn pudding are my favorite. And where else can you find a bike valet?

  • 52

    Taiwan Cafe

    5 reviews

    The best xiao long bao I've ever had. Seriously, with a sudden burst of hot soup at each bite. The skins are a little thicker to hold that wonderful juice inside. We didn't even order the one with the crab inside. We also tried the Shanghai style noodles and rice cakes. They're not bad, but the xiao long bao are ...

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  • 53

    Golden Temple

    5 reviews

    Best drinks, Golden Temple Ribs, Hot and Sour soup, and szechuan eggplant. Beautiful decor. Fast , friendly, and professional service both delivery and at the restaurant.

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  • 54

    Legal Sea Foods - Cambridge

    6 reviews

    Clam chowdahhhhhh!!! Yes. Food: Clam chowder - soooooo good. I was in clam heaven... Wait, is clam a euphemism for something? But omg, it was good. It's not from a can. It's the real deal bc delicious. Salmon burger: good portion, very soft and went well with the bread. It was really good. Free bread: sooooo good. I don't usually ...

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  • 55

    Grendel's Den

    I can't speak to the food here; I didn't have any. If what you're after is cheap beer, a young crowd, and a bit of rowdiness, then Grendel's is your spot. The restaurant draws an interesting crowd-- I'm pretty sure I saw a member of the band Devo there, dressed in all black.

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  • 56

    Oishii Boston

    5 reviews

    Pricey but the food is quite good. The ambiance and service of the place are superb. Their maki are especially good, inventive and the contrast in flavor is amazing. They also have some interesting dishes including a mini fire grill that can sear salmon right at the table. Ideal place to go for a classy dinner or date.

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  • 57

    Anna's Taqueria

    6 reviews

    YUMMM! I miss this place so much! The burritos are AWESOME and so filling yet feel healthy due to the fresh veggies they use. I am a vegetarian, and often veggie burritos seem lacking (like they're missing an ingredient). At Anna's, they use completely fresh veggies which they chop right in front of you for your burrito. They have vegetarian ...

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  • 58

    Gourmet Dumpling House

    4 reviews

    Expect to be one of only a handful of English-speaking diners at this small, family-owned restaurant in Boston’s Chinatown. Though the menu leans toward Taiwanese and coastal cuisines—the soup dumplings filled with pork, crabmeat and a delicate broth and the scallion pancakes are not to be missed—you’ll also find skillfully executed Sichuan dishes, like the sliced fish, revered for it’s ...

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  • 59

    Thinking Cup

    5 reviews

    Last day in Boston, my friend gave me a tour around his city and we stumbled upon this coffee shop. I remember seeing this on my yelp so we decided to give it a try. I guess we showed up at the right time because the line wasn't that long and we got our coffee pretty quickly. I had the ...

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  • 60

    Santarpio's Pizza

    4 reviews

    Great pizza and excellent sausage! Our waiter was fun and hilarious too!

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