Yeah, don't go here. I know, great TV show. But if you live here, you know that no one - NO ONE - from Boston will go anywhere near this place unless dragged by a tourist desperate for, well, I don't know what. The food's not great, it's overpriced, and it's just wall-to-wall tourists. Ugh.
Great little ice cream place with good variety. It's a perfect summer stop on the way to the beach or the harbor. This is a little on the pricey side, but for where it is that's what you'd expect.
Neat little neighborhood place with a good selection of interesting drinks. As good as this place is, the pastries are disappointing, but other than that Uptown is a good spot if you're in the area and like this kind of scene.
As has been said it's not on the level of a good NYC deli but in Boston this is the best you'll find. And it is good, too, with all the options you'd expect and a good take-out counter.
Just a wonderful, wonderful restaurant. An inviting interior with some of the city's best food to boot. This place somehow manages to be upscale and allow for formality while also striking a relaxed and comfortable tone. The menu is very seasonal and takes some chances along the way, but almost never goes wrong. Everything from fresh, local produce in appetizers and other starters to tremendous entrees and a great dessert selection, this is undoubtedly a must-try on the list of Boston's culinary options.
This is one unresponsive management company. Issues that have come up in the building usually require multiple calls to be resolved, and it's hit-or-miss as to how long it'll take to get fixed even when a problem is acknowledged. Your building can do better.
The food is decent but not great - this is definitely a people-watching place given the lcoation on Boylston. Still, I tend to think that Vox isn't as bad as some people do, and think it's a worthy spot to meet over brunch or dinner.
Cheap Thai food that's just OK. For the price, though, you get a bunch of food. This place is very small so it's largely a takeout business, although there's also a second loation nearby that's a little larger.
Dark, formal setting in the heart of Back Bay. Sorellina's Italian cuisine is top-notch - definitely not the same kind of typical North End scene (not that those are all bad). This is an elegant restaurant with some interesting twists intertwined with the basics you'd expect. Great dining experience.
A little surprised upon entering that it's as upscale as it is. Packed with diners, though, and the food is pretty good. This isn't an in-and-out, quick meal kind of place, but the food is good enough to justify it.