The Sol Compass

by Caitlin Hummer

10 Boston Restaurants I Want To Try

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While trying (and loving) restaurants is no secret passion of mine, I noticed last year I had a tendency to revisit places a bit more than branching out.  I rounded up the top ten spots on my to try list, and B and I are going to start making our way through them!

  1. Citrus & Salt.  I love Mexican food, and I love Buttermilk & Bourbon, so I really can’t wait to hit up its sister restaurant Citrus & Salt.
  2. Fat Baby.  My favorite Boston restaurant, Loco, has a new sister in Fat Baby.  I can’t wait to try their sushi and see what else the East Asian haunt has to offer!
  3. Dumpling Palace.  Pretty self explanatory, but B and I have tried to get here a few times and never succeeded.  One day!
  4. Sarma.  There is a shortage of phenomenal Mediterranean restaurants in my opinion, so Sarma seems like a great excuse to get out to Somerville.
  5. Abby Lane.  Another child of Jason Santos, Abby Lane joins Citrus & Salt on the list of must try spots this year!
  6. Saltie Girl.  Trying out this seafood spot shouldn’t be too hard with such a perfect location on Dartmouth Street!
  7. Tiger Mama.  Despite going to Sweet Cheeks on the regular, I have never been to Tiffani Faison’s other location down the street.  One night I’m in Fenway I definitely want to substitute the usual BBQ for Tiger Mama’s Southeast Asian cuisine.
  8. Toro.  Tapas are one of our favorite ways to enjoy food, so Toro is a pretty high priority this year!
  9. Little Donkey.  Another Tapas place, this Central Square location is a favorite among several of my friends, but I have somehow never made it there.
  10. Waypoint.  Waypoint is another restaurant I keep saying I’m going to try (for at least a year now!)  They have everything from a raw bar to pasta, right in Harvard Square.

Are there any other restaurants I should add to the list?  Let me know in the comments!  Have a great day!

xo, C

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