Looking for good eats in South Boston? Though not known for dining, South Boston does have some must-try options. From the classic Irish pub to hip brunch spots, discover what Southie is serving up!
Get in line! The Paramount is serving up breakfast, lunch, and dinner in cafeteria-style. Stand in line, place your order, and take a seat! Well known for its breakfast and brunch options, The Paramount's spread includes banana and caramel French toast, Belgian waffles, huevos rancheros, and more. Stop by 667 East Broadway and check out their full menu.
Your local Irish pub - kicked up a notch! This is one of the neighborhood's staple spots and has some deep roots. Amrheins is home to the country's oldest, hand-carved bar and Boston's first beer pump. A cozy atmosphere and traditional dishes made from locally-sourced ingredients, this waterhole is serving up Yankee pot roast, lobster mac 'n' cheese, and a variety of craft beers on tap. Amrheins is located at 80 W Broadway.
Take is easy at Barlow's Restaurant. Order cozy comfort dishes - from traditional tavern fare to brunch specials. Check out the prosciutto, fig jam, and blue cheese pizza and the Barlow burger, or come by early for the Barlow's pancake platter, eggs Benedict, and more! Barlow's also offers live music every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday - grab a pint and enjoy. Located at 241 A Street.
Take a trip Down Under! KO Catering & Pies is the place to try some Aussie classics, from classic meat pies and shrimp on the barbie to Vegemite and sweet ANZAC biscuits. This Australian-inspired restaurant is at 87 A Street.
CAPO has just opened on 443 West Broadway! After months of secrecy, this Italian restaurant is now open for business. Come enjoy the rustic vibe and dine on delicious Italian fare. Keeping true to its roots, CAPO will serve up classic recipes that all with love. With an open-concept kitchen, a selection of fine wines, and exposed brick decor - you will feel transported back to the old country. Check out the chicken parmegiana, linguini vongole, or the monkfish picatta.
Popular among young professionals, this Americana spot hits the spot after a long day of work. Exposed brick and the two bars make for a comfortable scene with a rustic vibe. Sip on craft beers or a delicious cocktail and try one of their many wood-fired pizzas. Stop by Lincoln Tavern & Restuarant at 425 W Broadway.
Keep it local and fresh at Local 149! This eclectic eatery prides itself with delicious meals made with ingredients from the areas purveyors and producers. Grab drinks at the bar with friends, get cozy for brunch near the fire or enjoy a family gathering. Local 149 is part of the Neighborhood Restaurant Group and is at 149 P Street.
The burger - a classic American sandwich and Tasty Burger is serving up the best. Southie is home to one of its four locations. This burger joint is serving up your favorite comfort foods, from the bacon cheeseburger with crispy onion rings to Monday's "chicky chicky parm parm" special. Tasty Burger is at 69 L Street.
This is a Southie staple. For over 6 decades, Sullivan's Castle Island has stuck true to its classic, 1950s roots. Serving up clam rolls and soft-served ice cream behind a retro counter, this is a family joint with a long history. Do the "Sullivan Shuffle" on Castle Island at 2080 Day Boulevard.
Jump off the Red Line and grab a table at Stephi's! This upscale bistro provides American fare with a modern, international twist. Their menu offers Asian yellowfin tuna salad, Bloody Mary steak tips, a list of signature cocktails - as well as a delicious weekend brunch menu! This Southie restaurant is a spin-off of their Newbury and Tremont locations. Check out Stephi's at 130 Dorchester Ave.
Enjoy all of these Southie eateries! If you would like to learn more about South Boston, or are interested in South Boston real estate, feel free to contact me today.