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Tremont Street is Boston’s Restaurant Row, it’s packed with Boston’s hottest restaurants, and it’s less than a 10 minute walk from Hotel 140. Just head south on Clarendon Street until you hit Tremont.

Dining at South End restaurantsAddis Red Sea
Authentic Ethiopian in a warm, friendly environment. 544 Tremont.

B&G Oysters
A modern take on the classic oyster bar. Great wine list. 550 Tremont, at the corner of Waltham St.

Bee Hive
Bohemian eatery and bar located in the Boston Center for the Arts complex. Live music, art, cocktails and delicious food, every day. 541 Tremont.

Butcher Shop
Neighborhood wine bar & full service artisinal butcher shop. Lunch, dinner, and weekend brunch. 552 Tremont, at the corner of Waltham St.

Hamersley’s Bistro
Inspired by the bistros of France. Simple, hearty, seasonal and local fare from celebrity chef Gordon Hamersley. 553 Tremont.

Masa
Brunch, lunch, dinner, tapas and salsa dancing. 439 Tremont.

Picco
Affordable upscale italian fare. Pizza, pasta, salads. 513 Tremont St.

Sibling Rivalry
Chef’s David and Bob Kinkead create a ‘dueling’ menu with seasonal ingredients. Classical combined with Modern American cuisine. 525 Tremont.

Tremont 647
American cuisine with global influences. Menu changes frequently, to take advantage of that which is freshest in the market. 647 Tremont.

Shawmut Avenue & Washington Street
Great restaurants abound on the blocks just south of Tremont St as well. Head down Waltham St to Shawmut Ave, and a block further to Washington St.

Coppa
An intimate enoteca tucked on a quiet street in The South End. Italian small plates made with local, sustainable ingredients. 253 Shawmut Ave.

Flour Bakery and Cafe
Stop in for mouth watering pasteries at this South End Bakery. 1595 Washington St, near Blackstone Square.

Orinoco Kitchen
Venezuelan cuisine and South American wines. 477 Shawmut Ave.

South End Buttery
Cafe and Restaurant. Open day and night. 314 Shawmut (at Union Plaza).

Toro
The Barcelona-style tapas restaurant of James Beard Award-winning chef, Ken Oringer. 1704 Washington Street, just off Mass Ave.

More Restaurants Close to Hotel 140 in The South End

28 Degrees
Upscale, urban atmosphere features nice lighting and an imaginative drinks. Large menu with plenty of starters, brick oven pizza’s, and main courses. A ten minute walk from Hotel 140, south on Clarendon St, and left to 1 Appleton St.

Charlie’s Sandwich Shoppe
South End’s premier breakfast spot since 1927, Charlie’s offers monstrous omelettes and juicy burgers. A 10 minute walk from Hotel 140. Head south on Clarendon St, take a right on Columbus Avenue, and look for Charlies after Holyoke St.

Douzo
Modern Japanese, sushi. Just a 5 minute walk from Hotel 140. Head north on Clarendon, left on Stuart, and left again to 131 Dartmouth St.

Fire and Ice
Anything you want, cooked on a huge Mongolian-style grill! From burgers to stir fry to pasta. Just a five minute walk from Hotel 140. Head north on Clarendon, right on St. James and left to 205 Berkeley Street.

Grill 23 and Bar
Awarded Best of Boston (Steakhouse) by the Improper Bostonian for 6 years running, and winner of Boston’s Best award for Best Upscale Steak. Rachael Ray’ named them #1 steakhouse in the Northeast, and they’re in Boston Magazine’s Top 50 Restaurants. A five minute walk from Hotel 140, head south on Clarendon, left on Trinity, and another left to 161 Berkeley St.

Mistral Restaurant
Uncomplicated French cuisine, highlighted with the season’s finest ingredients. Just a few minutes walk from Hotel 140. South on Clarendon, left on Stanhope, follow onto Cahners Pl, and left to 223 Columbus Avenue.

Post 390
The latest concept from Kenneth Himmel offers refined American Classic and is housed in an historic Post Office annex just steps from Hotel 140.

Skipjacks Seafood Emporium
High quality seafood dishes at affordable prices. Menu is complemented by an award winning wine list emphasizing American vintages, many wines by the glass. Two minutes walk from Hotel 140, just north of the John Hancock building on Clarendon St.

 

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