Boston Restaurants near Museum of Science

Our list of the best food near Museum of Science. Our top pick: Taranta.
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  • Museum of Science

    Museum of Science

    1 Science Park
    9AM-5PM daily (Summer until 7PM). $21 plus à la carte menu of attractions.
    Central food nearby
  • Taranta


    210 Hanover St
    Address: 210 Hanover St. Phone: (617) 720-0052. Web site: [18] Hours: 5:30PM-10:00PM daily. Chef Jose Duarte brings a fusion of Peruvian and Italian in his Certified Green restaurant. The wine list consists of organic, sustainable, or biodynamic wines only. Excellent food quality and great service.
  • Union Oyster House

    Union Oyster House

    41 Union St
    MBTA: Green or Blue Line to Government center. Oldest continuously operating restaurant in the US. Comfortable atmosphere. Raw bar. $30-50 (less expensive in bar section).
  • Radius Restaurant

    Radius Restaurant

    8 High St
    Modern decor and great food. Tasting menus available alongside a la carte dining.
  • Troquet


    140 Boylston St
    Its a wine bar serving a variety of half and full glasses along with bottles of wine paired with its French menu. The food is fabulous as its atmosphere. Expect dinner for two people will run $100-200+.
    Back Bay-Beacon Hill
  • Haymarket


    Blackstone St
    , (in Boston's historic Haymarket), +1 617-723-8585. The atmosphere is like eating (standing) at a work bench in a garage, but the pizza is inexpensive and among of the best in Boston. In nice weather, tables are set up outside facing the space newly opended up when Route 93 was put underground.
  • Le Patissier at Troquet

    Le Patissier at Troquet

    140 Boylston St
    Its a wine bar serving a variety of half and full glasses along with bottles of wine paired with its French menu. The food is fabulous as its atmosphere. Expect dinner for two people will run $100-200+.
    Back Bay-Beacon Hill
  • No. 9 Park

    No. 9 Park

    9 Park St
    9 Park, 9 Park St. (Next to Boston Common just in front of the State House), +1 617-742-9991, [2]. The flagship restaurant of Barbara Lynch (she also operates the B&G Oyster Co. and The Butcher Shop in South End) and one of the most acclaimed restaurant in Boston. Choose from an a la carte menu or order a multi-course tasting menu.
    Back Bay-Beacon Hill
  • Legal Sea Foods - Long Wharf

    Legal Sea Foods - Long Wharf

    255 State St
    If it isn't fresh, it isn't Legal!
  • Devlin's Bistro & Bar

    Devlin's Bistro & Bar

    332 Washington St
    Calls itself, a little bit of downtown, uptown. Its cuisine mixes traditional and innovative American fare with a touch of international flavor and an expansive wine list. They offer both a seasonal menu and year-round upscale comfort food (including their exceptional thin-crust pizza). After the meal, the tables are cleared away and the dance floor opens for dancing to music provided by live DJs. Also outdoor seating and catering services.
  • Black Rose

    Black Rose

    160 State St
    Despite its proximity to Faneuil Hall, tourists overlook this location regularly. Excellent deals on lobster too. Try the seared scallops (~$18) - plump, juicy, very fresh. Live acoustic Irish music with authentic Irish musicians. Much appreciated by the local crowd early on a Sunday evening (fathers dancing with small children, regulars calling for their favorite songs). It probably got more "adult" and less child-friendly as the evening wore on. Wait staff quite efficient and friendly.
  • Boston Common Coffee Company

    Boston Common Coffee Company

    515 Washington St
    Provides a comforting atmosphere. A great place to get fresh coffee, soups and salads, and fresh pastries. All entrees are under $10
  • Maurizios


    364 Hanover St
    Address: 364 Hanover St. Phone: (617) 367-1123. Web site: [14] Maurizio's, top rated in the Zagat Guide and three time winner of Boston Magazine's Best of Boston Award, has been part of the North End dining experience for over twelve years. Chef Maurizio Loddo hails from the Italian Island of Sardinia and brings a wealth of additional cooking experience from France, Germany and Spain. Wines from Maurizio's exciting list are selected to complement the food. You will find exceptional and affordable picks from all over the globe. Dessert counter at Modern Pastry
  • Thinking Cup

    Thinking Cup

    165 Tremont St
    A great place to get a cup of coffee. The staff is young and hip, but they are always very friendly, upbeat, and professional. They offer an array of sandwiches and baked goods..
    Back Bay-Beacon Hill
  • Prezza


    24 Fleet St
  • Bricco Ristorante & Enoteca

    Bricco Ristorante & Enoteca

    241 Hanover St
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  • Daily Catch - North End

    Daily Catch - North End

    323 Hanover St
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  • Neptune Oyster

    Neptune Oyster

    63 Salem St
  • Bell in Hand Tavern

    Bell in Hand Tavern

    45 Union St
    Welcome to the OFFICIAL Bell in Hand Tavern page! America's Oldest Tavern!
  • Hillstone


    60 State St
    Serving Fresh American Classics and Sushi
  • Pizzeria Regina

    Pizzeria Regina

    11 1/2 Thacher St
    Boston's best pizza since 1926
  • Radius


    8 High St
    Who says four stars can't be fun? Radius aspires to perfection in atmosphere, service and hospitality. For us that means 4-star attention to detail, combined with grace, comfort and ease. We strive to deliver an elusive thing: true hospitality.
  • Green Dragon Tavern

    Green Dragon Tavern

    11 Marshall St
    A nice relaxing place to stop in after work or whilst walking the freedom trail. Opened in 1657 in the historic Blackstone section of Boston, this tavern was the meeting place for the Sons of Liberty as they discussed and planned political revolution. British officers also frequented the pub and were spied upon by American patriots. The Green Dragon Tavern the “Headquarters of the Revolution” was rebuilt after a major fire. Featuring lively entertainment and lovely food in an Irish pub atmosphere. Very reasonable prices. Two with drink is about $25-$30.
  • Bijou


    51 Stuart St
    The Bijou Theatre in Boston, Massachusetts, occupied the second floor of no.545 Washington Street near today's Theatre District. Architect George Wetherell designed the space, described by a contemporary reviewer as "dainty." Proprietors included Edward Hastings, George Tyler, and B.F. Keith. Around the 1900s, it featured a "staircase of heavy glass under which flowed an illuminated waterfall." The Bijou "closed 31 December 1943 and was razed in 1951." The building's facade still exists.
  • Kitty O'Shea's

    Kitty O'Shea's

    131 State St
    Decor includes 200 year old floorboards from and Irish church and stain glass windows depicting scenes from around Ireland.
  • The Tam

    The Tam

    222 Tremont St
    Friendly bartenders, cheap prices for beer, and an all around fantastic atmosphere complete with video games, karaoke, trivia, and old-style jukeboxes make for an enjoyable night for drinkers of all ages.
    Back Bay-Beacon Hill
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