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- ByThrillistThe Best Places in Boston for a Warm Bowl of RamenAs temperatures drop, New Englanders prepare for the cold by filling their bellies with food that is best slurped and sipped. That means ramen, of course. And while instant-noodle packets like Maruchan and Top Ramen have their place, you can find tastier takes on the popular Asian noodle bowl all over town, with more popping up every year. Every region of Japan has their own take on the dish, and most of them are available in noodle nooks around the Boston area. Below is a list of our favorite ramen restaurants. Some specialize solely in ramen, some offer ramen alongside other Japanese delicacies, and some aren’t ramen restaurants at all—but just offer a unique take on an ancient recipe. Enjoy.12 items
- ByEater26 Iconic Dishes Around BostonAttention, tourists: Boston’s dining scene hasn’t been defined by baked beans and chowder in decades. Sure, seafood is a standout option around town — in a multitude of non-chowder preparations — but there’s much more to try when eating your way around the city. Here are 26 iconic dishes and drinks that define Boston (and the surrounding area) in one way or another, along with bonus options to try related to each one. Some of these dishes have earned a place here primarily by way of their longevity and important place in Boston’s dining history; others are truly the best of the best of their kind, regardless of age; and others are unique items that can’t be readily found anywhere else in the area Read More: https://boston.eater.com/maps/iconic-dishes-boston26 items
- ByThrillistThe Very Best Restaurants in Boston Right NowIf summer felt a little quiet vis a vis the city’s restaurant scene, Boston's fall openings are clear evidence the gas pedal is still firmly pressed to the metal. From an innovative, “adults-only” snack bar to a South End Japanese brasserie to a grand Back Bay palace playing with Latin American and Asian flavors, there's much to eat, see, and digest in Boston’s best restaurants -- no matter what neighborhood you're based in. In fact, you might need a second stomach and an annotated directory to get through it all. We've got the next best with this simple, updated list of the best new restaurants that have opened up so far this year. And if you're still hungry, keep scrolling for our current lineup of the overall best places in the city to get your eat on.38 items