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Restaurants

  • More Options Near the Renaissance

    STARBUCKS
    (in the Hotel)

    606 CONGRESS
    (in the Hotel)

    An excellent upscale restaurant serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Casual attire.

    MORTON'S STEAKHOUSE
    (a short walk across the courtyard)
    Shirt and Slacks Required. Reservations recommended.

    ANTHONY'S PIER 4
    A local classic upscale seafood restaurant overlooking the harbor. Reservations Recommended.

    SEBASTIANS CAFE
    (around the corner)
    A delicious deli and cafe offering breakfast, lunch, and terrific salads

    The Renaissance Hotel has a complete list of local restaurants on their website. More are available in local area hotels across the street in the Convention Center, The Westin Hotel, and The Seaport Hotel

    Added on Tue, Feb 3rd 2009

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  • Diners, Local Institutions, and Interesting Fare

    Within 1 mile from the Renaissance or Artists for Humanity

    MUL’S DINER

    2 Blocks from Artists for Humanity
    75 W Broadway
    (617) 268-5748

    Classic old-school diner, great breakfasts, classic vibe, fairly reasonable prices, and easy parking, accessible to T. Favorite spot among the locals and Southie Royalty — say, former Boston mayor Ray Flynn or former State Senate president Billy Bulger, brother of Whitey. Breakfast, Lunch.

    AMRHEIN’S

    2 Blocks from Artists for Humanity
    80 W Broadway
    (617) 268 - 5682

    South Boston restaurant that locals, families, and politicians frequented since 1890, recently redone as an upscale American restaurant, very good dining, reasonable prices. Brunch, Lunch, Dinner.


    MY DINER

    3 blocks from Artists for Humanity
    98 A Street
    (617) 268 - 9889

    A Southie landmark that has maintained its authentic retro with a colossal menu that covers all the old-fashioned comfort-food. Breakfast and Lunch.

    ST. ALPHONZO’S KITCHEN

    1 Block from Artists for Humanity
    87 A Street
    (617) 269-2233


    Offbeat tiny dining spot; dark, somewhat industrial feel; penchant for playing obscure music; limited but quirky and delicious menu. Great simple food, with new twists on old school dishes and decent prices. Artist favorite. Dinner. Call for hours.

    FLOUR BAKERY + CAFE

    Fort Point Channel
    12 Farnsworth St., Boston MA 02210
    617.338.4333 Mon-Fri 7a-7p; Sat 8a-6p; Sun 9a-3p
    (between Congress St and Northern Avenue)
    (617) 338 - 4333

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    Often referred to as the best bakery and café in Boston. 2 Locations, both known for delectable pastries and café fare. A favorite among local artists.

    CHANNEL CAFE

    300 Summer Street
    1 mile from the Renaissance Hotel
    617- 426-0695

    A friendly neighborhood cafe owned and operated by Fort Point artist Ana Crowley, serves healthy, creative cuisine with an affordable selection of beer and wine. Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner.

    LUCKY’S LOUNGE

    355 Congress Street
    (between A Street and Pittsburgh St)
    (617) 357 - 5825

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    Operating on the "down low" (there's no sign out front), this Seaport District lunchtime "find", "after-work rendezvous", "retro", 'supper club", "late-night" "speakeasy" and all around "homage to Sinatra" couples American upscale comfort food and "good drinks" with "cool tunes" for a "hot crowd". Lunch, dinner, drinks.

    DRINK

    348 Congress St
    (617) 695-1806

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    Great new place for a classy drink in a setting with industrial charm. Foot rests are made of pipe, stools from galvanized metal.

    LEGAL TEST KITCHEN (LTK)

    Next door to Renaissance Hotel in same complex.
    (617)- 330- 7430

    The test kitchen of Legal Seafods, the legendary local Boston seafood institution, this restaurant has a high tech South Boston atmosphere. Lunch, dinner, innovative cuisine.

    THE BARKING CRAB

    .7 miles from the Renaissance
    (617) 426-2722

    Located on the waterfront of historic Fort Point Channel, The Barking Crab is a favorite local seafood classic, offering fresh seafood and other fare in the casual atmosphere of a coastal clam shack in a funky urban setting. Lunch and dinner.

    THE DAILY CATCH

    2.4 Miles from the Renaissance
    (617) 523-8567

    This Boston seafood restaurant has served some of the city's finest seafood for more than 30 years. The family owned Daily Catch offers fresh fish, calamari, shellfish, and other savory dishes with a Sicilian twist. Also has a location in Boston's historic North End Italian neighborhood. Lunch and Dinner.


    Added on Tue, Feb 3rd 2009

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