Most Expensive Restaurants in Boston

Most Expensive Restaurants in Boston

Most Expensive Restaurants in Boston

Boston is a city that plays it safe when it comes to food trends. Today’s dining scene offers any foodie the opportunity to enjoy a fantastic meal no matter what their palate desires. Between the diversity of Boston’s neighbourhoods, and the many amazing chefs who have transformed Boston into the culinary gem it has become, the options are endless. However, seafood remains high on the "must try" list of Boston visitors;

Boston's Atlantic location allows fresh fish to be delivered daily to the eateries. But Boston is more than just a seafood lover's location, it allows a sampling of cuisines from around the world too. Let’s now have a look at some of the expensive restaurants in Boston.

1. L’Espalier


Located in the heart of fashionable Back Bay, adjacent to the Mandarin Oriental Hotel on Boylston Street, one block from the Hynes Convention Center, Prudential Center and Copley Place. L'Espalier is walking distance to Symphony Hall, Berklee Performance Center and major colleges and universities. The cuisine available here is sophisticated and modern New England-French type, with an emphasis on artisanal and New England ingredients.

2. Menton


With beautifully executed cuisine, an unparalleled wine program, gracious hospitality and a glamorous setting, Menton seeks to excite, inspire, and transport guests for one memorable evening. Since opening in 2010, the restaurant has received numerous accolades.

3. O Ya

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Located in a 100-year-old fire station in Boston’s historic Leather District, O Ya offers contemporary Japanese dining in a comfortable setting. The intimate 37-seat dining room consists of ten tables and a 17-seat chef’s counter, where guests can watch the chefs preparing the dishes.

4. The Capital Grille

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Located in the Hynes Convention Center in the Back Bay, The Capital Grille steakhouse is Boston’s premier destination for fine dining and fine wine. Outpost of the upscale steakhouse chain offers classic American fare & a clubby, refined setting.

5. Mistral


6. Sorellina


7. Mooo Restaurant


8. Grill 23 & Bar

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9. Clio


10. Asta


With so many diversified eateries available in Boston, this city surely is a foodie’s paradise. There’s no shortage of new places to try and first-class cuisine to be had in this town. Infact that’s the very reason why Boston landed on Conde Nast Traveler's '10 Best Cities for Foodies' List.