Vegans rejoice! Fiore's Bakery in Jamaica Plain has you covered for tasty fare, minus the meat and dairy.
Fiore's Bakery offers a wide variety of gluten-free menu items.
Tots and tykes will be right at home at this bakery with its kid-approved food and ambience.
Can't find your khakis? No problem! Throw on a pair of your most comfortable jeans and you'll blend right in at Fiore's Bakery.
Throwing a big party? Count on Fiore's Bakery to provide top-notch catering with the same great dishes you love.
Feeling a little shy? Carryout is available.
Commuting to Fiore's Bakery is a breeze with close parking and public transit options.
Fiore's Bakery patrons can find street parking at the South St location.
Bicyclists will also find lots of space to safely lock up their bikes.
You won't find better prices in town than at Fiore's Bakery, so grab all the snacks you can carry.
Isn't it time you tried a meal from Fiore's Bakery that cuts out the meat and cheese yet is still delicious as ever?
There's simply no better place to go than Fiore's Bakery's one-of-a-kind bakery.
Everyone loves a tasty treat, and the baked goods at Fiore's Bakery are no exception. Spoil yourself silly with a trip today.
For the crust you can't live without, enjoy a delicious slice (or two) from Crazy Dough's Pizza, Boston's neighborhood pizza place.
A healthy lifestyle starts with the food you eat, and Crazy Dough's Pizza is creating innovative healthy meals.
Crazy Dough's Pizza offers patio seating in the warmer months.
No need to dress up for a trip to Crazy Dough's Pizza — the casual pizzeria encourages laid-back attire.
For those in a rush, the pizzeria lets you take your food to go.
At Crazy Dough's Pizza, you can quickly find street and garage parking for the duration of your stay.
Dine at Crazy Dough's Pizza for inexpensive and moderately priced menu options.
When you order pizza from Crazy Dough's Pizza, you'll maximize any evening for sure.
The intermingling aromas of ginger, coconut, lemongrass, chilies, and basil is pretty typical of most Asian eateries. But Grasshopper Restaurant isn’t like most Asian eateries. Rather than stick with one regional specialty, it borrows recipes and flavors from Chinese, Japanese, and Thai cuisines. The chefs also distinguish their menu by avoiding any meat, opting for stir-fried seitan and tofu as protein-packed alternatives. However, the Zagat-rated restaurant mostly relies on fragrant herbs, piquant seasonings, and fresh vegetables to concoct its animal-friendly, plant-hostile versions of classic dishes such as beef lo mein, barbecued pork, and steak with spicy black bean sauce.
In Focus: Ariana Restaurant
What they serve: Afghani cuisine, including savory lamb dishes and mantu pastries
What Boston.com says: “from your first taste of warm nan to the last crumb of sweet, nutty bucklawa, you’ll be thrilled with this beautiful Afghan cooking.”
Must-try dish: the kaddo, a baked baby pumpkin sprinkled with sugar and made savory with ground-beef sauce and garlic yogurt
Reservations? not required, but recommended during peak hours
It’s easy to fill up on the housemade chips and guacamole, but try to practice some control. You wouldn’t want to cheat yourself out of the lightly fried plantains or the fish tacos drizzled in housemade chili mayo. Because the chefs make everything to order, they’ll gladly adapt meals to meet vegan, gluten-free, or dairy-free diets.
FoMu’s treat experts start with coconut milk. After adding a touch of agave and unrefined sugar, they’re ready to transform the dairy-free base into its final form: ice cream. Soft-serve flavors rotate constantly, but traditional ice creams always include surprising flavors such as Thai chili peanut, rice honey lavender, and avocado.