Two years ago, I moved from the west coast to Boston and created MyEstablishmentDiet.com, a blog that casually critiques various food establishments in Boston and surrounding areas. The process has been an excellent way to familiarize myself with the city and I hope it can do the same for you. I have an affinity for contemporary American cuisine, but am willing to try anything- as long as it is vegetarian.
I’m always looking for restaurants that provide top-notch service, quality cuisine, an enjoyable atmosphere, and agreeable prices all at an easily accessible location. It’s a lot to live up to, I know. And when it comes to grading cuisine, I’m rather picky. An A+ (the best rating I give) means that the restaurant proved superior in each category (service, food, atmosphere, price, accessibility) over an extended period of time. Being a vegetarian (sometimes a vegan, and occasionally a raw foodie) since 2004 has made keeping up with my establishment diet (I probably dine out for 45% of my meals) a no easy task. Keep reading to find out which Boston-based restaurants are food-restriction and wallet friendly.
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If I had to choose my last meal on Earth, it would be smoked gouda mac & cheese, 2006 Napa Ovid, and berry sorbet.