Boston Restaurant Awards - Best of the Best

Boston Restaurant Awards - Best of the Best

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So many new restaurants opened, it sometimes feels as though we are eating in a whole new city. And eating better than ever before.

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    The influence of the Momofuku empire is felt in Providence, too, at North. Here, alum James Mark and compadres Tim Shulga and John Toon Chester set up shop, serving a delirious mash-up of Chinese, Korean, Cambodian, and other flavors.
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    At his cozy and distinctive Italian restaurant, former Via Matta chef Michael Pagliarini serves beautiful small plates and a gorgeous monkfish piccata.
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    A recent version showcased duck: in sausage form, with hand-rolled couscous, as tender slices of breast meat, and stuffed inside phyllo triangles. It’s the perfect meal to share with someone you love.
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    The food and drink of Germany and Central Europe aren’t a strong point of the area’s restaurant scene. With Bronwyn (the restaurant is named for his wife), T.W. Food chef Tim Wiechmann shows just how excellent sausages and beer can be.
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    It’s no surprise to find the food so headily fragrant, so beautifully flavored, at a restaurant that is a collaboration between Oleana’s Ana Sortun and Cassie Piuma, the former chef de cuisine there. But it’s still a pleasure.
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    One of the Boston Marathon bombs exploded directly in front of it, and Forum was closed for months, fronted by black plywood with a sign that read “Forum Strong. Coming Back Soon.” And come back it did.
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    Relaxed, loud, and friendly, it showcases the craft of cooking with addictively delicious dishes such as house-made spaghetti with chicken liver cream, pumpkin, and brown butter.
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    There is a staggering array of niche spirits, and staffers are excited to share information and tastes.
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    Row 34, where Megan Parker-Gray is a curator for the art of brewing. You’ll find offerings from near (Trillium Brewing Co. is a neighbor) and far, many discovered in Parker-Gray’s own travels.
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    Right now, Asta might be the city’s best chef showcase.
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    A crack hospitality team, one of the most creative wine lists in town, and excellent cocktails complete the picture. In a year of exciting restaurant openings, Ribelle stands out for its creativity and care right off the bat.
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