CAM­BRIDGE/ IN­MAN SQUARE

Where Boston - - FOOD -

MOONA

East­ern Mediter­ranean Share­able dishes em­body the culi­nary tra­di­tions of the East­ern Mediter­ranean with such of­fer­ings as chicken liver, cous­cous tfaya with chick­peas, raisins and carmelized onions, lam­b­chops with pis­ta­chio but­ter as well as plenty of dips, pick­les and olives to snack on. D (daily). 243 Hamp­shire St., 617.945.7448.

FI­NAN­CIAL DISTRICT/ WA­TER­FRONT LE­GAL SEA FOODS

Seafood Dis­cover award-win­ning chow­der, pris­tine oys­ters, suc­cu­lent Maine lob­ster, and more than 40 va­ri­eties of de­li­cious fish and shell­fish. Ex­cel­lent wine list. Hours vary by lo­ca­tion. 100 Hunt­ing­ton Ave., 617.266.7775; 255 State St., 617.742.5300; 26 Park Plaza, The­ater District, 617.426.4444; 20 University Road, Cam­bridge, 617.491.9400.

UNION OYS­TER HOUSE

Seafood Opened in 1826, Union Oys­ter House is a Na­tional His­toric Land­mark and the na­tion’s old­est con­tin­u­ously op­er­at­ing restau­rant. Fresh seafood is the main at­trac­tion and al­ways has been, and the menu is heavy-handed on shell­fish and oys­ters, fried and broiled fish, baked, boiled and broiled lob­ster and lo­cal Yankee fa­vorites. L and D (daily). 41 Union St., 617.227.2750. $$

KENMORE SQUARE/ FEN­WAY SALONIKI

Greek Jody Adams’ ca­sual Greek to-go: pa­trons can build their own pita wrap choos­ing from a va­ri­ety of pro­teins and sauces, or they can se­lect from clas­sic recipes. Sal­ads, soups and a cou­ple sweets make up the rest of the menu. L and D (daily). 4 Kil­marnock St., 617.266.0001; 181 Mas­sachusettes Ave., Cam­bridge, 617.714.5151.

SOL AZTECA

Mex­i­can Cac­tus en­chi­ladas cov­ered in green sauce and chicken Ver­acruzano are just two of the many tra­di­tional Mex­i­can dishes at this quaint restau­rant. Sip on Cen­tral and South Amer­i­can va­ri­etals. D (daily). 914 Bea­con St., 617.262.0909.

TAPESTRY

Amer­i­can Two-part din­ing ven­ture fea­tur­ing glob­ally in­spired fare in the laid-back, beachy set­ting of the openkitchen-style Expo Kitchen as well as in­spired, up­scale cui­sine in the Club Room. D (Tu-Su), brunch (Sa-Su). 69 Kil­marnock St., 617.421.4470.

WAHLBURGERS

Amer­i­can Around the cor­ner from Fen­way Park, quin­tes­sen­tial Bos­to­ni­ans Mark, Don­nie and Paul Wahlberg open the third out­post in their fam­ily’s small chain of burger joints. On the menu: burg­ers and ar­ti­san-style sand­wiches, onion rings, boozy frappes and more. L and D (daily). 132 Brook­line Ave., 617.927.6810.

LEATHER DISTRICT LA COLOMBE

Cof­fee Pre­mium cof­fee roaster from Philadel­phia. Unique of­fer­ings in­clude bot­tled cold brew to-go and lat­tes on tap. Open M-F 7 am-7 pm, Sa-Su 8 am-6 pm. 745 At­lantic Ave., 857.317.5340.

O YA

Ja­pa­nese Lo­cated in a cen­tury-old fire sta­tion, Tim Cush­man’s up­scale O Ya is Bos­ton’s coolest place for mod­ern Ja­pa­nese cui­sine. The izakaya-style menu of­fers el­e­gant dishes with in­ter­est­ing and in­no­va­tive in­gre­di­ent com­bi­na­tions and fla­vors; din­ers can also in­dulge in the omakase chef’s tast­ing menu. Sake list is ex­ten­sive and un­par­al­leled in this city. D (Tu-Sa). 9 East St., 617.654.9900. $$$$

NORTH END CAFFE DELLO SPORT

Café One of Bos­ton’s old­est caf­fés where sports play al­most as im­por­tant a role as the de­li­cious Ital­ian roasts.

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