A great place for a good steak. Also to hear music on the week-end. If you like, you can dine outside and watch the people on Washington Street where the action is. Steaks are expensive but good.
Not the best, but good before the theater. The steak frites is mediocre and a little pricey for the quality of meat. A good location, but there are better places close by.
The best of the Northshore. The chef originally from the recently closed Maison Robert, is fantastic. Very innovative menu and 1/2 portions are available on all entrees. We look for any opportunity to visit and are never disappointed. Small, intimate and friendly, a great place to dine with friends.
This restaurant is listed in the book 1000 Places to See Before you Die. We're glad we did. The food was delicious and very special. We're recommended our sister and brother-in-law eat there when they visit the area this month. The scallops I had were the best I'd ever had, and the Pinot Noir indescribable. A must when in the area.
A terrific restaurant that's been in Salem for years. The food never disappoints. Within walking distance of hotels in Salem, it is a good choice for a special evening out or just a time you don't feel like cooking.
This restaurant never disappoints. The dining room is spacious and beautiful, and elegant. A special place for a special occasion. The food and wine are exceptional and we've never tasted a thing we didn't like. Very expensive, but worth it.
This was a great restaurant for a quick bite before the theater. The mini servings of several different items, gives you a chance to taste many things on the menu. Each can be paired with a different wine as well. Hopefully, you won't sleep through the play!!!
A wonderful restaurant in the Northend. Our daughter's rehearsal dinner was held there, and the service and food were exceptional. We've had dinner there on several different occasions, and were treated equally as well. Located on Hanover Street, it's a terrific location to walk and shop.
The best of the best. Our favorite restaurant for very very special occasions. It's as good as any French restaurant in Paris. They make you feel like royalty. Wonderful wines and seasonal dishes prepared by a very talented chef.
We love going here before going to the opera. It's extremely busy, but they do take reservations. The bar area is very noisy, but the dining room a little less. The food and service is always excellent. The waiters make sure you get out in time for your next destination. Centrally located on Tremont Street, right across from the Boston Common.