South Street Diner

General: The South Street Diner opened in 1947 for the factory workers, but has now become a superb landmark in Boston! A hang out spot for college students as well as late night foodies. South Street Diner is located at the corner of South Street and Kneeland Street, in the South End. Be sure to call ahead to make a reservation if you’re coming in after midnight at 617-350-0028. www.southstreetdiner.com
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B & G Oysters

General: Oysters galore, that’s what B&G Oysters really is. This small and busy oyster bar provides the most amazing oysters in Boston! (In She’s opinion, by the way!)  A pricey restaurant, but absolutely worth spending on. I’d recommend checking out all the Barbara Lynch Gruppo Restaurants! B&G Oysters is located at 550 Tremont Street, Boston, South End. (617) 423-0550.  www.bandgoysters.com

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Seiyo

General: Have you heard of Japanese and Wine Bar infusion? We have! Seiyo Boston is a small quiet Japanese and wine bar. This innovation is absolute and is a must try if you find yourself enjoying both a great maki list and an extensive drink list. Located in the South End at 1721 Washington Street. www.seiyoboston.com 

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Pho Republique

General: This casual Indonesia restaurant, Pho Republique, is a treat for those who want to taste the flavors of Southeast Asia. Decorated with Southeast Asian pieces, red walls, and a great relaxing setting, this “hip” ethnic restaurant is a must for small or large groups. Considered one of the hippest ethnic restaurant in Boston. Located at 1415 Washington Street in the South End. Telephone: 617-262-0005 www.pho-republique.com
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The BeeHive

General: This loud, friendly, jazz restaurant is located in the arts district on Tremont. You’ll find everyone of all ages dining and wining, and enjoying the atmosphere. Located 541 Tremont St,  Btwn Dartmouth & E. Berkley St Telephone: 617-423-0069
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