A local institutions, feeding the frenzy of Revere Beach-goes with roast beef sandwich and fried seafood since 1951.
Woods Hill Pier 4 brings farm-to-table dining to the Seaport, where the iconic Anthony’s Pier 4 restaurant once sat.
This East Boston spot appropriately reels in a crowd during the summertime—mainly because of its expensive water side patio with stunning views.
This classy yet casual spot serves fresh, inventive seafood dishes year-round from its Boston Harbor Hotel kitchen.
As the flagship location within Legal Sea Foods' empire, Legal Harborside offers three floors of dining.
This national chain maintains a stunning waterfront location at Atlantic Wharf, between the Rose Kennedy Greenway and Fort Point Channel.
One of the city’s most popular options for outdoor drinking and dining resides atop the Seaport’s Envoy Hotel.
If you’re chasing water views, you’ll certainly find them at Pier 6. Located near Charlestown Navy Yard.
This no-fuss seasonal joint has been doing its thing on Castle Island since the 1950s. Its no-frills menu of cheap hot dogs.