10 Bosworth St, Boston, MA 02108 Directions
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The Marilave

If only the walls of The Marilave could talk, they would certainly have some stories. Stories about the old-timey press clubs that gathered here. Stories about the space’s former identity as a brothel or a subpar speakeasy (the feds routinely raided it). But after its wild youth, it seems as though The Marilave has finally settled into adulthood, transforming itself into an upscale eatery under the capable direction of of chef Scott Herritt. And, at 128 years old, it’s definitely about time. Beneath vintage tin ceilings and above intricate tile floors, diners indulge in Herritt’s menu, a blend of French- and Italian-inspired fare that pays homage to the restaurant's original owner Henry Marliave, a native of Paris. While many of the selections feel casual—such as the Mrs. Marilave sandwich, a grilled ham-and-cheese with an over-easy egg—they share billing with heartier, fancier entrees like beef wellington or Berkshire pork served with bacon fat-roasted brussel sprouts. Still, some customers who visit The Marliave may be searching for a taste of the past, and Herritt has them covered on the drink menu. In homage to the space’s rich history, bartenders pour cocktails such as the flapper, a blend of gin, lavender, honey, and lemon; or the Boston tea party, which they make by mixing tequila with earl grey tea and ginger beer before dumping the whole thing in the sink.

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Boston Restaurant Guide

Boston may be known for its seafood, but it also has a lot more to offer to anyone willing to venture outside of their own neighborhood for a meal. The exciting cultural variety in the city is put on display in many ethnic Boston restaurants. With the diversity of cuisine available, it is possible to travel the world by plate without ever leaving the city.

Pasta E. Pomodoro in Boston's North End offers authentic Italian dishes that cannot be found on the menus of more commercialized Italian joints. An example is Pollo Ripienoa, which is a breaded chicken breast scattered with mushrooms, asiago cheese and prosciutto and served with garlic mashed potatoes and a shiitake Marsala wine sauce. Pomodoro also serves a variety of appetizers and desserts to complete any hearty Italian meal.

Get a taste of the Mediterranean while dining in Boston with a meal at Oleana Restaurant. Located in the Inman Square neighborhood, Oleana is known for its Turkish fare. For appetizers, order the chickpea crepe with a cinnamon aioli, a speciality of the house. For entrees, the restaurant is best known for its lamb steak cooked in Turkish spices and served with a fava bean moussaka. Make sure to save room for dessert and end the meal with one of Oleana's specialty ice creams. The cocoa-rose ice cream served with date-rose truffles is a very popular choice.

A guide to dining in Boston is never complete without a seafood restaurant on the list. End the experience with cuisines from around the world with a meal at the famous Neptune Oyster in the North End. Choose from classics like New England Clam chowder or try something more unique to the area like steamed Wellfleet Littleneck clams in a sauce of wine and garlic. The Neptune Oyster is also well known for its raw bar that is always stocked with fresh shellfish and stays open well past the dinner hour.

True Boston food is a multi-ethnic blend of cuisines that locals can sample from each night. When considering what to have for dinner, be adventurous and try some of the more unusual dining options that Boston restaurants located throughout the city have to offer.

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