New Bites in and around the South End are satisfying customers who are craving restaurant meals. In many cases the story has been one of importing…. from NYC, Nantucket & even Israel. Check out these new comers to Boston.
Double Zero, is vegan or a plant-based gourmet pizza restaurant and wine bar. Chef Matthew Kenney who is James Beard nominated has over 40 restaurants and Double Zero marks the 5th location of his Michelin rated pizza restaurant. Chef Kenney is a native New Englander. You may have heard of his other New England outpost, Plant City, a unique vegan food hall in Providence, Rhode Island. At Double Zero you will find fancy Neapolitan-style pies made with Italian 00 flour, a finely ground and low-in-gluten variety that is considered the gold standard for pizza dough.
163 Newbury St, Boston, MA 02116
Another import, Chef Eyal Shani, who has locations in Paris, Vienna, Melbourne, Singapore, and New York City will open Miznon an Israeli street food eatery. Find a selection of pita options, like the pita stuffed with roasted cauliflower, tahini, salsa, and scallions. Another fave is the melting chickpeas pita combining chickpeas with hard boiled egg, tahini, salsa, and spicy peppers. There are meat starring dishes packed with rotisserie chicken, lamb, and slow-cooked beef.
107 Seaport Blvd, Boston, MA 02210
Another newish arrival to The Seaport is The Nautilus from Nantucket. Founded in 2013 by Liam, Clinton & Steve who ran food, cocktails & wine respectively. After many Peking ducks, tuna pokes, cocktail served, and late nights worked they landed in Boston’s Seaport to much excitement. Their guiding principle is that everything is better when shared. The New England, coastal, seafood restaurant takes inspiration from Asian flavors and ingredients with a bit of a spanish tapas vibe. However elements of Latin America and the Mediterranean cuisine are also evident. The atmosphere is on fire with music curated to be lively, increasing the energetic environment.
300 Pier 4 Blvd., Boston, MA 02210