Treat yourself to a local tour of France and indulge in traditional French cuisine and fine wine at Cafe De Paris.
Need to get out of the house? Order and pick up from Cafe De Paris.
Driving to the restaurant is easy as pie, and parking surrounds the area.
Menu items at Cafe De Paris tend to be mid-priced, so expect to plop down about $30 per person to dine here.
For fine French cuisine, Aquitaine Dedham at Legacy Place is a choice magnifique in Dedham's Dedham neighborhood.
Order a bottle for the table if you like — this restaurant has a full bar stocked with the best wine, beer, and more.
Sunny day plus appetite equals the perfect time to head to Aquitaine Dedham at Legacy Place.
Aquitaine Dedham at Legacy Place can provide comfortable seating options for parties of any size.
Make a reservation to ensure your table is ready when you are.
Forget the stuffy formal wear! Aquitaine Dedham at Legacy Place's business casual dress code sets the tone for ease and enjoyment.
Some say walking is the greatest thing in life. This restaurant knows it's carryout.
Drivers rejoice! Valet and lot parking is made simple at Aquitaine Dedham at Legacy Place.
Tired of difficult commutes? Park the car nearby or take public transit to Aquitaine Dedham at Legacy Place.
Meals at Aquitaine Dedham at Legacy Place are affordable, with the average tab amounting to about $30 per person.
Reviewers rave about the dinner menu at the restaurant, though breakfast and lunch are also served.
For cuisine inspired by France, head on over to the highly-rated Aquitaine Dedham at Legacy Place.
Take a trip to Chiara Bistro in Westwood and make your next meal a good one.
Quit fat and gluten at Chiara Bistro, where low-fat fare and G-free offerings are the norm.
Find time to peruse the wine list here — this restaurant offers a variety of drink options.
Save money on a sitter — kids are welcome to join the table at this restaurant.
A private room is available for reservation at Chiara Bistro for those nights when you take the whole gang out to celebrate.
Reserve a table in advance and steer clear of long wait times.
Wear what you like when you dine at Chiara Bistro — the restaurant has a chill vibe just right for casual dining.
You can also have Chiara Bistro cater your next event.
Some say walking is the greatest thing in life. This restaurant knows it's carryout.
Don't leave the car at home when you come in. We'll give you one of the great spaces in our parking lot. And for free.
Prices at Chiara Bistro typically stay below the $30 mark, so you can afford to bring along a friend or a date.
All major credit cards are accepted.
Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are all served at the restaurant, but the dinner menu is the real standout.
With a stay at The Eliot Hotel, you'll be centrally located in Boston, minutes from Berklee College of Music and Hynes Convention Center. This 4-star hotel is close to Copley Place and Boston Museum of Fine Arts.
Make yourself at home in one of the 95 air-conditioned rooms featuring iPod docking stations and flat-screen televisions. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and satellite programming is available for your entertainment. Private bathrooms have designer toiletries and complimentary toiletries. Conveniences include laptop-compatible safes and safes, as well as phones with voice mail.
Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities
Make use of convenient amenities such as wireless Internet access (surcharge), concierge services, and babysitting/childcare. This hotel also features tour/ticket assistance and complimentary use of a nearby fitness facility.
Enjoy a meal at one of the hotel's dining establishments, which include 2 restaurants and a coffee shop/café. From your room, you can also access 24-hour room service. Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge. Full breakfasts are available daily for a fee.
Business, Other Amenities
Featured amenities include a 24-hour business center, limo/town car service, and audiovisual equipment. Planning an event in Boston? This hotel has 1422 square feet (132 square meters) of space consisting of banquet facilities and a meeting/conference room. Parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.
Beacon Hill Bistro: A User’s Guide
French-Inspired Cuisine | Four-Course Wine Dinners | Locally Sourced Ingredients | 19th-Century Townhouse | Intimate Dining Room
Breakfast: french toast with strawberries and spiced crème fraîche
Lunch: steak frites with watercress and madeira-butter sauce
Dinner: fennel-cured duck breast with butternut squash and duck confit
Dessert: peach cobbler topped in goat’s-milk ice cream
What to Drink: Wine. Then another glass of wine. Beacon Hill Bistro prides itself on its globe-spanning wine list, which places a special emphasis on France. If you need guidance, flag down a server who will be happy to suggest the appropriate pairing for your entree and dessert.
Who’s Cooking: With the availability of local ingredients in mind, Chef Joshua Lewin comes up with a regularly changing menu that emphasizes Southwest France, the Mediterranean Coast, and Corsica.
When to Go: Stop by during one of the restaurant’s Wine and Dine Mondays, when Chef Lewin cooks a four-course prix-fixe dinner and pairs the various dishes with different wines.
The Vibe: Beacon Hill Bistro sits at the ground floor of the Beacon Hill Hotel, which occupies two charming 19th-century townhouses. Just like the building’s exterior, the narrow dining room’s inviting fireplace, rich wood paneling, and antique floor tiles exude a vintage vibe. That doesn’t mean there aren’t modern flourishes, though—sleek leather booths line the large windows, and modern v-shaped sconces adorn the stylishly austere walls.
Boston Magazine: “Beacon Hill Bistro is a railroad-car-size talent incubator. Since 2000 it has launched a number of notable chefs…”
The Boston Globe: “This isn't a restaurant that throws around the word "bistro." It really is one…”
Inside Tip: Carpool or take public transportation, as parking spots along the street are hard to come by. If you do drive, scope out the limited public parking near Boston Common.
Croque-madame: originated in French cafés, this pressed sandwich is filled with ham, gruyère, béchamel, and a fried egg. (Take away the egg and it's a croque-monsieur.)
Lardo: salami made from fatback cured with rosemary and other herbs.
Tartare: raw, finely chopped meat or seafood that is seasoned and shaped into a mound. Steak tartare is usually topped with a raw egg.
While You’re in the Neighborhood
Before: take a leisurely walk up and down Charles Street, where gas lights illuminate sidewalks that lead past antique shops and specialty boutiques.
After: catch some underground theatre at The Factory Theatre (791 Tremont Street), which encompasses an intimate black-box space with 49 seats.
If You Can’t Make It, Try This: Head to Bistro du Midi (272 Boylston Street) for the seared duck breast.
L'Espalier: A User's Guide
New England–French Fusion | Local Ingredients | Vegetarian Degustation | Weekend Tea Parties | Ultramodern Decor
First course: roasted Hudson Valley foie gras with muscat-macerated strawberries, Sicilian pistachios, and beets cooked in embers
Second course: hot smoked Columbia River salmon with seasonal vegetables from Apple Street Farm and tomato jam
Dessert: sunflower-honey sponge cake with pansies and honey frozen yogurt
When to Go: L'Espalier serves lunch and dinner daily, but guests can also book a reservation for the restaurant's charming Fantasy Tea Party on Saturdays and Sundays from 1:30 p.m. to 3 p.m. During this time, eager Anglophiles can nibble on delicate tea sandwiches and petits fours between sips of one of more than 15 teas.
While You're Waiting
Honor Chef Frank McClelland, who grows much of the restaurant's produce on his own farm, by planting an amuse-bouche under your chair and waiting patiently for it to sprout.
Ogle the dining room's ultramodern decor and custom chandeliers—both the result of the renowned interior-design firm Projects Design Associates.
Herbivores rejoice! L'Espalier offers a four-course degustation of seasonal vegetables that's 100% vegetarian.
If you’re a cheese aficionado, don’t miss fromager Louis Risoli's lovingly curated à la carte cheese tray, which was named the city's best by Boston Magazine.
Make reservations before you go.
Look the part. Though there is no set-in-stone dress code, the restaurant prefers guests wear jackets and ties.
While You're in the Neighborhood
Before: Pore over some long-forgotten tomes at Raven Used Books (263 Newbury Street), which Boston Magazine named the city's top used bookstore in 2012.
After: Treat your ears to the same rapturous joy that your mouth just experienced with a show from the Boston Symphony Orchestra (301 Massachusetts Avenue).