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Amer­i­can Like a neigh­bor’s back­yard bar­be­cue, this ca­sual eatery serves up meats pre­pared on the open kitchen’s three hard­wood char­coal grills. L (M-F), D (daily), brunch (Sa, Su). 2 West St., 617.670.0320. $$


South­west­ern Easy­go­ing restau­rant fea­tur­ing fresh, healthy south­west­ern bar­be­cue and Texan fare at bar­gain prices. An all-around fun place to drink some of Bos­ton’s best—and stur­di­est—mar­gar­i­tas. L and D (daily). 25 West St., 617.426.1222. $


Wine Café Ha­ley Fortier’s wine bar pairs more than 40 wines with tinned fish, cheese and char­cu­terie boards, crudo and sal­ads. The old­world Eu­ro­pean style decor is in­spired by tiny wine bars found through­out Barcelona and Paris, which pro­vides an in­ti­mate sipping and din­ing ex­pe­ri­ence. L (Sa), D (M-Sa). 45 Province St., 617.208.6000.


Ja­pa­nese Co-own­ers Michael Mina and Chef Ken Tom­i­naga have brought their leg­endary, mod­ern izakaya-style din­ing to Bos­ton with ir­re­sistable sushi, ro­batayaki, small plates and steaks. L (M-F), D (M-Sa). 3 Franklin St., 857.327.7228.


Global Sup­per club ex­pe­ri­ence with a con­tem­po­rary ap­proach. Din­ing among the so­phis­ti­cated but noisy crowd is meant to be so­cial and shared. D (daily). 2 Win­ter Place, 617.267.0047.

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