SEA­PORT DIS­TRICT/ FORT POINT CHAN­NEL

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BARK­ING CRAB

Seafood This coastal clam shack-cum-funky ur­ban hot spot on Fort Point Chan­nel is as ca­sual as they come. Menu of­fers lots of fresh seafood, and the huge out­door deck of­fers a great view. L and D (daily). 88 Sleeper St., 617.426.2722. $

COM­MIT­TEE

Mediter­ranean East­ern Mediter­ranean-style small plates that run the gamut from grape leaf dol­mades to mar­i­nated lamb with tzatziki. Don’t miss the Greek yo­gurt pan­cakes at brunch. L (M-F), D (daily), brunch (Sa-Su). 50 North­ern Ave., 617.737.5051.

EM­PIRE

Pan-Asian Em­pire is one of the largest restau­rants to open in Bos­ton in re­cent years, which makes it not too hard to find a seat and or­der up Chef Kevin Long’s pan-Asian treats, from freshly rolled sushi and del­i­cate dumplings to spicy stir-fry. The lively open kitchen con­tains a noo­dle sta­tion, eight­seat wok bar and eight-seat sushi bar. D (M-Sa). 1 Ma­rina Park Drive, 617.295.0001. $$$

OAK + ROWAN

Amer­i­can Farm-to-ta­ble ethos means ar­ti­sanal dishes com­prised of lo­cally sourced in­gre­di­ents. Think lob­ster and veal sweet­breads, beef sir­loin with tal­low bread pud­ding and tar­ragon fet­tuc­cine with pis­ta­chio. L and D (daily). 321 A St., 857.284.7742.

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