Boston Restaurants Fall 2018
Here's our guide to the Boston restaurants to check out this fall. Photo Provided

The city's food scene is always buzzing, no matter what season it is. But there's something about fall in the Hub that makes dinner dates out on the town even more special. As autumn kicks into gear, here's a guide to some of the new Boston restaurants you should check out this season.

Fall 2018: Boston restaurants to check out

Alcove

Tom Schlesinger-Guidelli, a veteran of the hospitality scene, will bring his latest venture to the waterfront of Lovejoy Wharf in the West End later this fall. Alcove will feature an all-star team behind the scenes, including executive chef Maxime Fanton (formerly of Restaurant Martiń), general manager Brendan Collins (formerly of Island Creek Oyster Bar) and executive sous chef Brian Paszko (formerly of Cultivar). Drawing inspiration from the fishing trips of Schlesinger-Guidelli's youth to his experience with wine bars and fine dining, Alcove is shaping up to be a space perfect for all kinds of guests, whether they're looking for a pre-game feast or a fancy dinner date. Lovejoy Wharf, Boston, alcoveboston.com

Casa Caña

 

Enjoy a taste of Havana without leaving the Hub. Located at the Studio Allston Hotel, this recently opened Latin kitchen and rum bar will help you spice things up on those chilly fall nights. Stop by to feast on Cubano sandwiches, sip on tasty cocktails, as well as experience a festive, outdoor patio area, featuring a second bar, fire pits and more. 1234 Soldiers Field Rd., Boston, casacanaboston.com

Nahita

A recent addition to the Back Bay food scene, Nahita offers an interesting blend of Latin American, Asian and Turkish cuisine, as well as hand-crafted cocktails and an extensive array of internationally-inspired wines. Menu items range from Nikkei-style fare and sashimi to chips and guacamole, beef barbacoa and more. 100 Arlington St., Boston, nahitarestaurant.com

Reflections

Assembly Row has a new hotspot courtesy of Reflections at Somerville's new Row Hotel. Helmed by chef Kenneth Lingle and open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, the restaurant has a number of menu offerings perfect for fall, including an heirloom tomato and burrata salad; pollen dusted salmon with a sunchoke puree; plus an autumn-appropriate treat dubbed the uncommon carrot cake, featuring carrot cake "fries" with a cream cheese dipping sauce and spiced golden raisin jam. 360 Foley St., Somerville, therowhotelboston.com/dining

Sons of Boston

Now open in Faneuil Hall, feast on funky, New England-inspired bites all fall long at Sons of Boston. The new restaurant has your typical, go-to items like clam chowder and lobster rolls, as well as new spins on classic flavors, such as the deep fried clam doughnuts. And rejoice cheese lovers, make your own mac and cheese and fried cheese bites are also on the menu. 19 Union St., Boston, sonsofboston.com

fall 2018 boston restaurants

Trillium 

There'll be more than just brews on the menu when the new Trillium taproom and restaurant opens its doors in Fort Point later this fall. On the food side, fans can expect wood-fired creations and locally sourced ingredients, while beer lovers can more great Trillium offerings while relaxing in the taproom or the space's roofdeck. at 50 Thomson Pl., Boston, trilliumbrewing.com

Versus

Out of all the new Boston restaurants, there's only one where you can get your game. Check out Versus, a new arcade bar and restaurant coming to Downtown Crossing this fall. Open daily for lunch and dinner, guests will have a chance to sip on craft beer, wine and cocktails while testing their skills with retro-modern games. 42 Province St., Boston, versusboston.com

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