Snap Your Pics at These Instagram-Worthy Restaurants in Boston
It’s 2020 and the most obvious way to share where you’re eating is — you guessed it — on Instagram. And restaurant designers have truly caught on. It seems like in the past couple of years restaurant interior design has become brighter, bolder, and more-eye catching. We see giant murals, crazy wall art, and glamorous chandeliers. And why? It’s all for the ‘gram. Today we’re sharing 5 spots where you can get a great meal and a beautiful shot for insta. PS: Are you following us? Join the fun here!
Where to Snap the Pic: The tropical plant wall. Surround yourself with a lush green and pink background for a shot that will surely pop.
What to Eat: Short rib crudo, Thai lemongrass beef sticks, and coconut chili shrimp.
What to Drink: Zazu Spritz – pear eau de vie, toasted coconut, honey, lemon, winter melon, prosecco
Where to Snap the Pic: The pink velvet chair in the corner window will have you feeling like a queen. Not to mention the floral wallpaper behind you. So glam.
What to Eat: French onion soup, steak frites, or the croque monsieur for brunch.
What to Drink: The Queen’s Cup with Dubonnet Rouge, Bar Hill gin, and Amer China-China.
Where to Snap the Pic: The super funky, brightly-colored murals outside.
What to Eat: Shrimp okonomiyaki, kimcheezy fries, and karaage fried chicken.
What to Drink: The Dahk ‘n Stormy made with hojoko spiced rum blend, allspice, ginger, lime
Where to Snap the Pic: The bathroom. Yes, the bathroom. Why? The floral wallpaper is draped with the quote “I didn’t text you, tequila did.” Sassy.
What to Eat: Cumin-crusted sea scallops, sweet & hot charred octopus, and a Dole whip for dessert.
What to Drink: Tequila is Cheaper Than Therapy made with ghost tequila, mango-jalapeño, agave, cucumber & lime, and a chili-lime salt rim.
Where to Snap the Pic: Basically anywhere, but we totally love the lit up Palm tree and the parrot sconces. Not to mention the flamingo-adorned menus.
What to Eat: buffalo cauliflower bites, fried goat cheese, and salt & pepper wings.
What to Drink: The Pink Flamingo made with vodka, coconut milk, housemade strawberry cordial, and rose bubbles.
If you end up snapping pics at any of these spots (or if you already have!), tag @diningplaybook so we can see!