Located just south of the Boxer Boston, Beacon Hill is an beautiful neighborhood with red brick townhomes, historic sites and the visually breathtaking State House. For some insight on where to fill up during your explorations of this Boston charmer, here are some of the best restaurants on Beacon Hill.
Featuring a dining room decorated with black and white prints and a retro neon sign, Scollay Square embodies some of the old world appeal brimming in Beacon Hill. Be sure to try its rare seared tuna loin with miso vinaigrette and edamame puree, or the lobster risotto with shaved parmesan.
The Paramount is a staple of Beacon Hill dining and Boston breakfast. Serving classic diner food cafeteria style, this small restaurant oozes American charm and steps up with malted Belgian waffles and fresh caramel and banana French toast.
Located in the heart of Beacon Hill on Cambridge Street, the Tip Tap Room is always popping with craft beer enthusiasts and culturally in tune foodies. The go-to tips here are the steak, lamb and swordfish. Tip Tap also does fun starters including an heirloom tomato and watermelon salad.
A classic bar and with a dark wood tabled dining room and romantic red-brick front entryway, 75 Chestnut just feels like elegant Boston. It serves traditional American food with a strong steak & avocado salad, and filet mignon.
A subterranean location on the backside of Beacon Hill keeps Grotto one of Boston’s better kept secrets. You can’t go wrong with a $48 prix fixe nightly dinner of Italian favorites like garlic soup, lobster fra diavolo and lemon panna cotta.