The seaport district in Boston is an area that has radically changed in the past few years. The neighborhood has come alive, and there is no shortage of amazing restaurants, shops or views. Because of the location, there are plenty of waterfront restaurants serving up the freshest seafood. If you are looking for a wonderful meal in the Boston seaport area, here’s a list of some of the best you should try.
383 Congress St, Boston, MA 02210, United States
Row 34 is one of the best joints in town to enjoy local oysters and beer. They offer tons of fresh seafood dishes uniquely prepared like their halibut entree and the bucatini and clams. For the non seafood lovers, try the bacon cheddar burger or the roasted chicken. The restaurant is located in a renovated textile warehouse giving it a super fun and hip vibe. The bar here is great as well so sit there for dinner enjoy a few drinks after your meal. Reservations are highly recommended. The ambiance and setting make this a great spot for your next date night.
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50 Northern Ave, Boston, MA 02210, United States
The Committee is in a vibrant location that’s very welcoming. You can enjoy their sharable plates and creative cocktail options. This waterfront restaurant is great for lunch or dinner, or you can stop by for brunch. Their brunch menu includes items like eggs and sandwiches, pancakes, dips, freshly squeezed juices and more. For dinner they have seafood, vegetable, and meat options along with appetizers to start with like the dip trio. You can also order one of their feasts for the whole table to share. Wine enthusiasts will love this spot for their extensive wine list that will pair perfectly with your meal.
22 Liberty Drive, Boston, MA 02210
Lola 42 has it all, the food is awesome, the drinks are delicious (and beautiful) and the service is amazing from start to finish. They offer outdoor dining with a water view and a happening vibe and decor inside.
The Poke Nachos are some of the best we have ever tried…And we have tried them everywhere. Every dish is on point wether you order sushi or not. Highlights are The Shrimp Tempura, Wagyu Tartare Crispy Rice The Grilled Salmon Lo Mein & The Lola Bolognese. Lola Hospitality has similar concepts in Nantucket, Palm Beach & Naples. They have the more casual Lola Burger also in The Boston Seaport.
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Woods Hill Pier 4
300 Pier 4 Blvd, Boston, MA 02210, United States
The chefs at this restaurant are using sustainable sourcing and ingredients to create delicious and flavorful meals. You can enjoy their great food while taking the beautiful view of the water. For dinner they have options like homemade pasta, salads, oysters, lobster and more. Their menu is set up in sections starting with first, second and third and then they have other sections for salads, pasta, and if you want to order something for two. They offer weekend brunch as well with menu items like croque madame and the lobster popover. Enjoy one of their tasty brunch cocktails and you’re off to a lovely start for the day.
Davio’s Northern Italian Steakhouse
26 Fan Pier, Boston MA 02210
The owner of Davio’s Nothern Italian Steakhouse Steve Difillippo blended his Italian heritage and his Boston-raised identity to create the alluring Italian steakhouse. The steakhouse pairs Italian cuisines such as pasta and the juicy signature steak options. The steakhouse aims to offer some of the most delicious steaks and hopes to create a relaxing indoor dining experience.
Davio’s Nothern Italian Steakhouse has an open kitchen layout that visually enlivens your whole dining experience. Davio’s has now opened its doors in the Boston Seaport. Expect to be the center of attention as the staff aims to see that every detail of your visit to the Italian steakhouse is an unforgettable one.
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300 Northern Ave, Boston, MA 02210, United States
Fish sandwiches, lobster rolls, crab cakes, rice bowls, and tacos are some of the wonderful and fresh options on the menu here. The family-owned restaurant is a staple in this neighborhood for locals who enjoy fresh seafood. It has been around for 3 generations and hopefully will stick around many more. The waterfront view is one of the many reasons why people enjoy dining here. This laid back spot is great celebrating a special occasion or if you just need to get your lobster fix.
Editor’s Note: This article was originally published on July 22, 2022. Please refer to restaurant websites and social media pages for the most up-to-date information.