Best Restaurants & Food in Boston 1974

Food

1974 Best Cheesecake

Deli-Sound on Commonwealth Avenue in Allston has a cake which is flown in special form New York and costs only 65 cents. If you get bored with oral gratification, you...

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Food

1974 Best Beer, Mug of

Billy Budd on Newbury Street has Falstaff, Bass Ale and Beck’s on draught, 15 other quality labels in bottles, and chilled mugs. For the gourmand, it’s ideal. The gourmet might...

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Food

1974 Best Sandwich, Subs

Yellow Submarine, convenient to Beacon Hill, might look like just another greasy spoon, but don’t be fooled by appearances. The subs are superb...

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Food

1974 Best Hot Dog

It’s no secret that hot dogs taste best at baseball games. H. M. Stevens’s Fenway offerings are nothing to fast for, but the setting makes them most palatable. The Indoor...

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Food

1974 Best Salad, Bar

The editors have concurred that no sane individual selects a restaurant by the merits of its salad bar. But they’re popular nowadays. If you want the best, go to the...

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Food

1974 Best Fries

Huzzah for the fries at Parker House’s Last Hurrah. Hand-cut into big slices and crisp to perfection...

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Food

1974 Best Ice Cream

Steve’s Ice Cream in Somerville is deliciously homemade and makes HoJo’s 28 varieties sound skimpy. Here you can get an infinite number of creative custom blends...

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Food

1974 Best Burger

A side of some of the best fries in town. The chefs will cook it to your taste. Bartley’s Burger Cottage in Cambridge runs a close second...

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Food

1974 Best Coffee

The Cafe Budapest prepares a number of items well, but nobody in the area comes close to its Vietnamese coffee...

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General Restaurants

1974 Best Brunch

The Falstaff Room at the Sheraton Boston has a fountain spouting Bloody Marys and unlimited eggs, seafood, muffins and pastries. Open only on Sundays, it all goes down for only...

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