South End Amenities
SHOP & DINE
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Anoush'ella is the work of husband-and-wife team Raffi and Nina Festekjian, who are drawing upon their Armenian-Lebanese heritage for inspiration. The restaurant offers both eat-in and take-out options, filling the South End neighborhood with street food-inspired dishes, including wraps, salads, and more.
Breakfast and lunch, get it? Creative and affordable sandwiches and half pound cookies for dessert! This place draws a big crowd from the nearby medical centers and who knows better what’s good for than a doctor?
Not your grandma’s steak house. Boston Chops is an urban steak bistro with a tenderloin Boston Magazine calls “a trip to steak heaven.” Go classic or try some of their “rarely celebrated cuts.”
James Beard award winner Jamie Bissonnette serves up meats in ways you haven’t experienced, along with silky homemade pastas and high end thin crust pizza. Sit outside and gaze on the historic brownstones.
Attentive and charming service compliments this authentic French Cambodian neighborhood spot. Great value and truly something for everyone in your group. Grab a spot at the bar or a table with a view.
It's a place you wish you lived down the street from and could pop in on a regular basis. The cozy, dimly lit ambience is perfect for a drink with friends or to mow on the steak frites with a side of corn and crab fritters. Full menu until 1:30am.
Frenchie is a sit down, easy-going neighborhood wine bar accompanying people in their everyday lives all day long. It is a space to meet, share and savor life, designed for people to relax while enjoying a French inspired menu.
Serious coffee for even the most discerning coffee snob. They brew their own and make their own line of tea. Add to that an array of bubble teas, free wi-fi and a varied lunch selection and you have a landing spot.
SEIYO SUSHI AND WINE
Cozy sushi bar with a well curated selection of wines and craft beers, this neighborhood gem serves up lunch, dinner and the perfect spot for a quiet after-work stop-off. Owner and staff are a true delight.
Grab a seat on their outdoor patio next to Blackstone Square in the heart of the South End or sidle up to the bar for some tasty drinks in a classy ambience. You won’t be disappointed by this classic Italian.
Boston's first Senegalese restaurant, Teranga translates to hospitality in Wolof and they certainly deliver. Don't miss the national dish and some delicious house made juice drinks. Sit on the patio or the cozy inside, you'll feel at home either way.
Authentic Puerto Rican Food in the heart of Boston’s Puerto Rican neighborhood! True aficionados swear by the mofongo and everyone can agree on the affordability and the covered outdoor patio.