A five-storey, 600,000 cubic feet industrial space is transformed for this walkthrough exhibit.
Tucked away on a quiet corner of the city’s eclectic West End, Alcove offers sophisticated grilled cheese sandwiches that pair fontina’s melt-ability with cheddar’s sharp kick. The restaurant also serves fantastic views.
50 Lovejoy Wharf, alcoveboston.com
This casual restaurant’s namesake dish comes in a variety of flavours and is served piping hot in sets of six. But it’s the soup dumplings (a.k.a. the mini juicy buns) stuffed with pork that really draw the crowds.
695 Washington St., dumplingcafe.com
Be prepared for the heat: the street corn at this Back Bay eatery is coated in a spicy chipotle mayo and rolled in crushed, Flaming Hot Cheetos. A sprinkling of cotija cheese finishes this spicy dish
142 Berkeley St., citrusandsaltboston.com
This cosy trattoria in Boston’s North End—the city’s oldest neighbourhood—has a reputation for having the best homemade Italian meatballs. There is a reason this area is also known as Little Italy.
111 North Washington St., tonyandelaines.com
Set in the Fenway neighbourhood, this market is home to Mamaleh’s Delicatessen and its hearty, pressed smoked mushroom Reuben—portobellos and cheese on caraway seeded rye.
401 Park Dr., timeoutmarket.com/boston