41 "Big Groups" restaurants in Boston.
Casa Portugal is a Portuguese restaurant in Inman Square that serves a lot of good seafood dishes.
Rino’s is an Italian restaurant in East Boston with huge portions and long lines.
Down The Road in Everett is a great brewery, and not just because it’s one of the few places in Boston where you can eat with your dog.
Brato is a brewery in Brighton that doesn't have a lot of beers, but does have a full menu of bar food.
Mariel is a Cuban restaurant downtown. Don’t let all the selfies distract you from the fact that it’s actually really good.
Carrie Nation is a restaurant and cocktail bar in Downtown Boston. It does one of those thing much better than the other.
Just outside Union Square in Somerville, Aeronaut is one of the most fun - and best - breweries in all of Boston.
Capo is an enormous and (sadly) mediocre Italian restaurant and bar in South Boston.
Lincoln Tavern in South Boston is a big American place that will have you saying, “I dunno, let’s just go to the Lincoln” a lot if you live nearby.
The first thing you’ll notice at Myung Dong in Allston is the K-Pop videos playing on a loop. The second thing you’ll notice is the good Korean menu.
Rosebud is an American spot in Davis Square with a nice bar area and some good pie.
River Bar is an American spot in Assembly Square with a great outdoor space along the Mystic.
Coppersmith is a big American restaurant and bar in South Boston with a fantastic roof.
ReelHouse is a seafood place in East Boston with one of the best outdoor spaces in the city.