LANGUAGES

OUR STORY

FOR BUSINESS

Call us at  (877) 284-5122

Oh, Boston. We haven’t forgotten about you! We’ve started this new series called Fluent City Guides to make your winter better. Even if you’re stuck in the day-to-day grind, here’s a little inspiration to get out of the house and #getfluent in your home city. The last few weeks, we named a few of our favorite restaurants in New York and Washington, DC.

Here, we focus on our favorite gems in the city on the hill—one to pair with each of the languages that we teach in Boston. 

VIEW GOOGLE MAP

 
best restaurants boston - spanish
via @tkimphan on Instagram

If you’re deep-diving into Spanish…

Estragon

While the beloved Toro tends to steal the spotlight, our go-to Spanish favorite in Boston is Estragon. This tapas hotspot serves up some of the best eats in the city with Spanish classics like paella, croquetas, and pintxos, which is the Northern Spanish word for bar snacks. They are proud to be one of the only Spanish restaurants in Boston with a native Spanish chef—and the food definitely tastes like it.

Neighborhood: South End

What to order: Garbanzos Fritos (Crispy Fried Chickpeas), any of the Pintxos, and the Paella Mixta.

How to say thank you: Gracias

700 Harrison Ave, Boston, MA 02118

 

best restaurants boston - french
via @bostonfoodies on Instagram

If you’re getting fluent in French…

Petit Robert Bistro

A Parisian-style bistro with authentic French staples with a bit of an Italian influence. Chef Stefano Quaresima ties his experiences in both countries together to create a whole lot of deliciousness. The menu changes every three months to fit with seasonality and local availability of ingredients, but many of the classics are year-round.

Neighborhood: South End

What to order: Coq au Vin, Escargot, and Steak Frites. Finish with the Creme Brûlée!

How to say thank you: Merci

480 Columbus Ave, Boston, MA 02118

 

best restaurants boston - italian
via @ohjwee on Instagram

If you’re enamored with Italian…

Giacomo’s Restaurant

Red sauce heaven right here. Though you may have to wait in line, it’s well worth it. Enjoy big portions of down-to-earth Italian classics in a warm and inviting ambience. Just come prepared with some dollars (it’s cash only) and a big appetite.

Neighborhood: North End

What to order: Start with the Burrata. You can’t go wrong with the Butternut Squash Ravioli or any of their other homemade pasta.

How to say thank you: Grazie

355 Hanover St, Boston, MA 02113

 

best restaurants boston - german
via @stasssie on Instagram

If you’re learning German…

Jacob Wirth Restaurant

Willkommen. You’ve made it to the land of beer and schnitzel. This old-time beer hall will transport you to straight to Germany. It’s a cozy place to spend a cold winter tonight (particularly around the holidays) and experience German staples with a few pints of beer from around the world.

Neighborhood: South End

What to order: Sausage & Sauerkraut Balls, Schnitzels, and German Mixed Grill. If you’re feeling like spending a little more on beer, try the Aventinus.

How to say thank you: Danke

31-37 Stuart St, Boston, MA 02116


VIEW GOOGLE MAP

 
We know that Boston has a ton to offer—and these are only a few of our handpicked selections in an amazing diversity of places. We’ll be adding to this map every few weeks. If you have any suggestions at all, please email us. Stay updated with us on Instagram

Never miss a beat and sign up for our newsletter.

Name
Email *
Free Email Updates
Join 25,000 other subscribers in receiving weekly travel tips and event alerts for cool cultural happenings near you.
100% Privacy. We don't spam.