The recently renovated restaurant—you’ll love the newly brightened space—occupies one of the city's most enviable addresses, right across the street from the Public Garden. The sweeping views, impressive wine list and sophisticated, New England-inspired French fare all make for a delightfully romantic meal. Order the chocolate soufflé for a perfect finish.
The Back Bay is one of Boston’s most storied neighborhoods. Brimming with historic brownstones, it’s filled with lively bars and restaurants, as well as endless spots to do some shopping along Newbury and Boylston Streets. A true blend of formal standbys and newer eateries, the Back Bay restaurant lineup has a little something for everyone. Looking for more than just a place to nosh? Check out our Back Bay neighborhood guide for more tips on enjoying this historical community, plus our list of the best bars in Boston and the best things to do in Boston.
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