Looking to try a new restaurant near Fort Point Channel? Here's a list of Fort Point Channel Restaurants restaurants locals and critics love.
4 Fort Point Channel Restaurants Bostonians Love
1. Tavern RoadBrothers Louis and Michael DiBiccari opened Tavern Road after working in some of Boston's most elegant restaurants. While Chef Louis cooks up New American food and pre-dinner bites, Michael acts as the restaurant's general manager. The menu also includes street food-inspired fare and late-night options, made with locally sourced ingredients. This Fort Point neighborhood gem combines an industrial vibe with classic diner charm, featuring artistic decor, ample lighting, sleek booths and soaring ceilings.
A modern, Italian-inspired interpretation of the classic American diner, Sportello (Italian for "counter service") features a menu of Chef Barbara Lynch's inventive, trattoria-inspired dishes and entrees. The unique, regional Italian wines on offer have been specifically chosen to pair well with Sportello's cuisine. The black and white color scheme — along with two sleek U-shaped counters that surround the open kitchen — capture the restaurant's elegant and minimalist design.
3. Row 34
The stylish Fort Point sibling restaurant to Island Creek Oyster Bar, Row 34 serves up a seafood-heavy menu in an industrial-inspired setting. Chef/Owner Jeremy Sewall's brick-and-wood eatery offers fish entrees and an oyster menu, along with craft beers and an extensive wine list. Classic comfort food side dishes round out the menu.
Named after a French seaside town near the Italian border, Menton is Barbara Lynch's French-Italian hybrid restaurant in South Boston. The Fort Point restaurant features multi-course tasting menus and a prix fixe option. Menton's romantic and elegant dining room, with its dark wood accents and sleek tables, is the perfect setting in which to enjoy the luxurious menu.