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Boston: Myers + Chang

For the longest time, I was always turned off by Asian fusion fare but having had some great meals at restaurants like Bent and Patois, I’ve come to realize that the negative connotation that used to come with the words ‘Asian fusion’ isn’t necessarily applicable anymore.

Boston: Oleana

Oleana opened in Cambridge back in 2001 and continues to be one of the most popular restaurants in the Boston suburb. It’s quite the feat given the rate of restaurants closing these days.

Café Boulud

After closing their doors in June, Café Boulud reopened with a brand new facelift just in time for the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF).

Boston: Toro

Despite having been opened for 10 years, Toro is still one of the toughest restaurants to get into in Boston. This South End hotspot specializes in a mix of both modern and traditional Spanish tapas.

Boston: Neptune Oyster

Without a doubt, Neptune Oyster has got to be one of the most popular restaurants in Boston. Located in the North End, this cozy spot has been serving up delicious seafood since 2004.