Sunday, August 16, 2015

3 Reservation Worthy Spots in Boston

Recently OpenTable reached out to us and asked us to write a post about their restaurant reservation service. We use OpenTable all the time and thought, why not? Boston is a buzzling city and oftentimes reservations are necessary in order to avoid long wait times, which is always a goal for us!  

 Here are our top 3 reservation worthy spots in Boston: 

Anthem Kitchen and Bar 

Located on a corner of Boston's Faneuil Hall Anthem Kitchen and Bar serves, what we consider to be, the best clam chowder in Boston. Since our last review of Anthem a few years ago, we have been back countless times just for a cup of their award-winning clam chowder! We never plan our visits to Anthem, they kinda just happen. Therefore, we always take advantage of OpenTable's mobile app to make our on-the-whim, last minute reservations!  

To read our past review of Anthem visit Their menu has changed since then but the taste and quality of the food is still superb! 

Fogo De Chão

Are you a meat eater? If the answer is yes, then you will love Fogo De Chão! We have not visited their Boston, Copley Square location since our last review. However, Boston's 2015 Restaurant Week is coming up and we will be visiting this meat lovers paradise again! Our reservation was already made through OpenTable! We can't wait! 

To read our past review of Fogo De Chão visit

Myers + Chang

Myers + Chang is one our favorite spots in Boston's South End. Like many other restaurants in the Boston area Myers + Chang's has a smaller dinning room, therefore reservations are a must! Their open kitchen is always a treat to watch as you eat and their food never disappoints!

To read our past review of Myers + Chang visit It's been a few years since we wrote our last review of Myers + Chang but we have been there multiple times since then and the food is still just as awesome!

Boston is a great food city! Some make a reservation and enjoy! 

*Boston Food and Love was in no way compensated by OpenTable to write this post.

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