Quiet Restaurants in Back Bay
It’s easy to understand why the Back Bay is one of America’s most desirable neighborhoods. Newbury Street, Boylston Street and Commonwealth Avenue are lined with unique shops, vintage homes, and – of course – amazing restaurants. The following restaurants are lovely, quiet spots.
Casa Romero (Mexican)
Refined Mexican food & tequila supplied in tucked-away mainstay with traditional decor from Mexico.
Island Creek Oyster (Seafood)
Island Creek Oyster Bar brings a special twist to the trend of farm-to-table restaurants: the small farms carefully listed next to each dish on Oyster Creek’s menu specialize in aquaculture, the raising of seafood and shellfish. But that’s not all: the restaurant itself is an extension of Island Creek Oysters, a farm founded in 1992 in nearby Duxbury, Mass. So it’s no surprise that though the menu is long and varied, at Island Creek, oysters take pride of place.
Located in the heart of Boston’s historic Copley Square, renowned Chef/Owner Jamie Mammano’s Italian inspired Sorellina presents modern interpretations of classic Italian cuisine with an emphasis on distinct preparations of the season’s best offerings. The extensive wine list follows the same inspiration by offering a mix of classic and contemporary selections with a focus on Italy’s most reputable producers. The dining room at Sorellina evokes a sense of comfort and sophistication with its invitingly warm-modern design and chic decor, serving as the perfect backdrop for Chef Mammano’s cuisine.