When the weekend rolls around, it’s true that most of us stay on the South Shore. There are some great restaurants here, it’s convenient, and you don’t have to pay a babysitter for two extra hours of travel time to the city. But every so often, even suburbanites need a change of pace.
I recently spent a weekend in Boston with an out-of-town friend, and I called on the Hingham Foodie fans to recommend their favorite places to eat and dance. The list I ended up with was fantastic. Not only was I exposed to some completely new places, but it also called to mind some great venues that I had completely forgotten about.
Since picking a place is sometimes the hardest part about going out in the city, I have compiled the list of Hingham Foodie fan suggestions, along with the websites. If you don’t see a favorite on here, let me know, and I will update the list.
Thanks again for sharing your favorites with me!Restaurants Website Abe & Louis http://www.abeandlouies.com/ Asana http://www.mandarinoriental.com/boston/fine-dining/asana/ Coppa http://www.coppaboston.com/ Gaslight http://www.gaslight560.com/ Island Creek Oyster Bar http://islandcreekoysterbar.com/ Kaze Shabu Shabu http://www.kazeshabushabu.com/ M Bar http://www.mandarinoriental.com/boston/fine-dining/mbar-and-lounge/ Miel http://www.intercontinentalboston.com/html/boston-restaurant-landmark.asp Mistral http://mistralbistro.com/ Mooo http://mooorestaurant.com/ Sorellina http://www.sorellinaboston.com/ South End Buttery http://www.southendbuttery.com/ Teatro http://www.teatroboston.com/ Toro http://toro-restaurant.com/index.html Vlora http://www.vloraboston.com/ Zaftig http://www.zaftigs.com/ Night Life Estate http://www.theestateboston.com/ Gypsy Bar http://www.gypsybarboston.com/ Liberty Hotel http://www.libertyhotel.com/food_and_drink/index.html Red Fez http://www.theredfez.com/hours.htm Red Lantern http://www.redlanternboston.com/