Best Restaurants & Food in Boston 1992

Chefs

1992 Best Bartender

A better mixologist than Gerard would be hard to find. But what distinguishes him is the way he makes his three-sided bar feel like an old friend’s living room...

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Chefs

1992 Best Caterer

Elyse Etling is Boston’s hottest caterer, and for good reason. Her presentation is sublime, her service is flawless, and her fare is serendipitous, tapping into ethnic dishes and unusual spices...

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Food

1992 Best Pizza, Suburban

A superthin chewy crust that crunches even at the top of the wedge, and inspired flavor combinations, such as roasted eggplant and sundried tomato—now that’s pizza!

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Food

1992 Best Snacks

Whether you call them pe-cans or pea-cans, these delicately spiced and salted nuts are addictive. They’re also available at some gourmet food stores...

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Food

1992 Best Hot Dog

You’ve got to taste them, preferably with the special sauces, to believe them. Exra “Spee ” Anderson is one of the Hub’s great culinary treasures...

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Food

1992 Best Biscotti

The almond and chocolate-covered biscotti are the best cookies in town, and they’re available at Coffe Connection stores and other specialty shops...

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Food

1992 Best Sandwich

Great sandwich bread (their own), great sandwich fixings—what more could you want? How about one in your neighborhood?

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Food

1992 Best Cake, Chocolate, Light

Honestly, we don’t know whether it has fewer calories than any other chocolate cake, but we can eat a dozen slices of this featherweight chocolate banana cake without feeling guilty....

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Food

1992 Best Chowder

Bruce Frankel knows New England cookery like nobody else, and his chowders prove it—never too rich and always packed with flavor...

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Shops

1992 Best Fish Market

Boston Magazine‘s test, conducted by the National Marine Fisheries Service, confirmed what we’ve known all along. Wulf’s—still the best!

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