Food & Drink

5 things we're eating and drinking this weekend

Published On 06/19/2014 Published On 06/19/2014
Itadaki
Battery Park
Del Frisco's Grille
Back Bay Harry's
Puritan & Company
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1. Itadaki 269 Newbury St, Boston, MA 02116 (Bay Village)

Open on Newbury St, this Japanese izakaya has a full liquor license, and Chef Fuji is rolling out unique bites and fusion flavors (including SUSHI PIZZA!), with over 30 types of sake and 15 shochus to wash it all down.

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2. Battery Park Bar & Lounge 33 Batterymarch St, Boston, MA 02110 (Financial Dist Waterfront)

From the dudes behind Amesbury's wildly successful Murphy's Riverside, BPB&L is a refined 87-seat sports/after-work lounge (located in the old 360 Ultra) decked out w/ a deep red mahogany bar and 16 flat-screens.

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3. Del Frisco's Grille - Chestnut Hill 33 Boylston St., Suite 3370, Chestnut Hill, MA 02467 (Chestnut Hill)

Located in The Street and overlooking Hammond Pond, Del Frisco's in Chestnut Hill is headed by Executive Chef Layne Coppell of Legal Sea Foods, serving up delicious regional fare like Berkshire pork meatballs and East Coast fish tacos.

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4. Back Bay Harry's 142 Berkeley St, Boston, MA 02116 (Back Bay)

Stop drooling and check out this Back Bay gem, because any spot that has Fried Chicken Mondays is a spot worth checking out.

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5. Puritan & Company 1166 Cambridge St, Cambridge, MA 02139 (Inman Square)

Puritan & Co. plates modern American grub with emphasis on a classic New England style, in an attractive, well-lit location that used to be home to the historic Puritan Cake Company.