Ted Mountzuris, the owner, added that the restaurant’s location—much more convenient for Newtonians than traveling all the way to Boston’s North End—is another bonus, allowing the eatery to provide quality Italian cuisine in a local setting.
Dunn-Gaherin’s light-hearted environment is a perfect place for all people to relax and remember that life isn’t always that serious.
Before it was The Knotty Pine, the building housed a different local restaurant since 1915, serving as a staple of the Auburndale and Newton communities.
Customers filled every seat in the house on a Tuesday at 8 p.m., further proving the hype behind what has been labeled Newton’s best.
On a brisk April night, customers enjoyed steaming bowls of ramen filled with crisp strips of nori, tender and smoky chashu pork, and a perfectly done ajitama egg, sipping broth from wooden spoons that look like soup ladles.
Ellana’s Kitchen & More in Newton Centre serves the kind of dishes someone might just remember for the rest of his or her life.
Whether you’re a young professional or part of an older married couple, Tommy Doyle’s welcomes all kinds of customers.
Phở Viet’s II, a family-owned restaurant, has served award-winning Vietnamese food to Newtonians for three years.
Buttonwood is located in Newton Highlands and serves rustic American food with seasonally changing dishes sprinkled in.
The menu of O’Hara’s is expansive but not overwhelming, offering something for everyone’s personal tastes.