Italian food done right, with an open kitchen, warm ambiance, and a personable chef who likes to check on the dining room to make sure everyone is happy.
Unless your living room has an 150-gallon aquarium overlooking a martini bar and serves buffalo chicken dumplings, chicken satay, and wood-grilled steak tips, you should leave it and come to this one.
Located at the Boston Center for the Arts, Beehive's a "Bohemian eatery" with food, cocktails, and live music. Not only is their craft cocktail list is the perfect remedy for Bean Town's dreary weather, the small plates will warm you up with complex and hearty flavors. Stop in for an elegant dinner (there'll probably be some live music going on as well), or a fancy brunch complete with mimosas or bloodies.
Opened in July 2001, CC serves up small plates (don't call them tapas here) and have a full liquor bar available with experienced bartenders making delicious specialty drinks.
There are a number of Legal Sea Foods locations for a reason: they're just damn good, serving up fresh seafood and a gigantic wine selection.
Serving dinner favorites like seared tenderloin w/ poached butter lobster, and a porcini-rubbed Delmonico steak (with 12yr-aged balsamic), CG's swank 315-seat Convention Center digs is outfitted with rich red leather booths, five private dining rooms, and mounted moose/ram/deer heads -- big bucks rivaled only by those you'll drop on so many delicious seared tenderloins.