Eating our way through Boston’s FOOD scene


Eating our way through Boston’s FOOD scene
The food scene is Boston is incredible! Today we’re taking you on a foodie tour around Boston to find where to eat in Boston RIGHT NOW! Watch this video to find out where to get the best seafood, lobster rolls, and cannolis. DON’T CLICK THIS:

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We love seafood (and food in general, let’s be real). Lobster rolls, Italian cuisine, clam chowder, and great pastries are what we think of when it comes to Boston food, and we certainly checked all of these off our most iconic Boston foods list. There were, however, some new strange and interesting restaurants we wanted to find as well.

One of which was Ivory Pearl. When we say this restaurant is unlike any you’ve ever been to, that might actually be an understatement. This seafood-focused restaurant and raw bar in Brookline’s Washington Square offers outstanding presentation and rather unique seafood twists on common food items. The little energetic spot on Beacon Street also makes award winning cocktails! They’ve become a bit famous on social media due to the popularity of the tentacle hot dog, but really everything on this menu looks different and appetizing.

Mida was another one of our favorite, newer spots in Boston. Mida is an inspired Italian neighborhood, black-owned restaurant near the South End. We both agree that this spot might be one of, if not THE best restaurant we’ve eaten at on our travels! Douglass Williams, the owner and chef, was named by Food & Wine as one of the top 10 Best New Chefs in America 2020!

Along with the newer restaurants, we wanted to eat our way through some of the most iconic Boston foods, so for that we headed to the North End.

We made stops ate well known (some touristy) restaurants. Bova’s for some of the best cannolis in Boston, Neptune’s Oyster for lobster rolls, and Regina’s pizzeria which is a long standing staple of Boston’s food scene.

Of course we also stopped through Quincy Market, but perhaps the two most historic buildings were Union Oyster House and Bell in Hand Tavern. Both claiming to be the oldest continuous restaurant and tavern respectively.

00:00 The food scene in Boston
00:12 Hidden gem in the South End
00:36 Have you ever eaten anything like this?
1:58 Boston’s iconic food in the North End
3:33 Quincy Market
04:00 Oldest continuous tavern and restaurant in America
05:18 Can’t forget dumplings
05:52 Blops

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