The Perfect Pairings in & around Boston
If you’re looking for a new go-to restaurant for date night, girls night, or to just get out of the house, you’ve got to give these 5 restaurants in the Boston area a try. Not only is the food absolutely delicious, but they feature some amazing wines on their menus from our parent company, Global Wines, Inc.
True Bistro, Teele Sq. Somerville
Finally a vegan restaurant in Boston – and a good one. With a surprisingly extensive menu and exceptional presentation, this place is a must try for anyone – vegan or not (this spot has 4.5 stars on Yelp!)
What to Eat: Phyllo Purse & Roasted Cauliflower Croquettes
What to pair it with: ERA Organic Montepulciano d’Abruzzo or El Brazo Albarino
Other great wines they feature are ERA Primitivo, Chateau Clairac Bordeaux, Malandes Amandine Chablis, Cairdean Merlot, and our ever so popular Borgo del Col Alto Prosecco.. (vegan brunch anyone?)
Foundry on Elm, Davis Sq. Somerville
Foundry on Elm is a new American brasserie that offers a lively bar, comfort food and great ambiance. Foundry has something on the menu for everyone. Why not turn dinner into drinks and stick around their beautiful bar and lounge area when you’re finished?
What to Eat: The Foundry Burger (just look at that masterpiece) & Caramelized Brussels Sprouts
What to Drink: Le Versant Pinot Noir, Cedar Springs Chardonnay or Vallee des Pins Provence Rosé (because.. Rosé!)
Or, if you’re a big Cabernet fan and want to be adventurous, you’ve got to try the Alturis Cabernet Sauvignon from Friuli. Yes, a Cabernet from Italy.. it’s GREAT!
Commonwealth Restaurant, Kendall Sq. Cambridge
With the biggest dessert menu we may have ever seen and incredible market style ambiance, Commonwealth Restaurant is somewhere you’ll have to go a few times because you must. try. everything.
What to Order: The “Happy Ending” Tray of Ice Cream, Home Made Sauces, and Paired Pastries
What to pair it with: Le Versant Rosé or Poulet Pere & Fils Pinot Noir
If you’re not a huge dessert person, go for the oysters with a glass of Manu Sauvignon Blanc and a few sides! The Duck Fat Fries are right down our alley…
Pastoral, Seaport District, Boston
Mamma mia, its time for some artisan pizza! Located in the most happening part of Boston, Pastoral offers not only delicious brick oven pizzas, but great atmosphere. A great place to meet up with friends and socialize over authentic Italian food and wine. Fun fact, their entire wine list is Italian!
What to Eat: Diavolo Pizza, Salumi Meatballs & Fried Eggplant
What to Drink: Alturis Sauvignon Blanc, Alturis Cabernet or Borgo del Col Alto Prosecco (because why not pair your pizza with Prosecco!?)
They also host an “untraditional brunch” every Sunday.. thank us later!
Atlantic Sea Grill, Acton
Greek inspired, New England made. With mouth watering seafood dishes, at Atlantic Sea Grill, this sure is a place to treat yourself. They also have an entire fish market stocked with scallops, lobster, tuna & everything in between if you’re in the mood to cook a nice dinner at home!
What to Eat: Baked Seafood Sampler & Stuffed Flounder
What to Drink: ERA Organic Pinot Grigio or El Brazo Albarino
Stop in for their new special; a glass of Albarino and 3 oysters for just $10!
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