These Are Boston's Most Instagrammable Restaurants
November 15, 2018
I originally authored this article for the Boston Patch. It has been slightly adjusted from its original version.
Whenever I'm out to eat, whether I'm on assignment or not, I'm always one of those people constantly snapping pictures. And while you're more likely to find me capturing pictures of my food rather than pictures of the space, sometimes a restaurant's interior can be just as beautiful as the cuisine it serves. Here are a few of Boston's most Instagrammable restaurants that will have you hashtagging #InteriorGoals.
You won't be able to resist pulling out your phone and snapping a few pics at this recently-opened spot in the former Liquid Art House space. This Back Bay spot boasts sky high ceilings, giant columns, beautiful wall murals and lots of plants. Nahita is a space unlike any I've seen in Boston, and so is its menu. They serve Nikkei (Peruvian-Japanese) style cuisine with Turkish influences. You'll find lots of ceviche, sashimi, tacos and more at this wonderful new spot.
Terra at Eataly
Terra is another Back Bay restaurant overflowing with greenery and impressing guests with their space. This restaurant, on the third floor of Eataly Boston, is complete with ceiling windows, beautiful tile floors and hanging plants. It's a great place to go on a cold sunny day in Boston when you want to imagine you're somewhere warmer.
You won't be struggling to find sunlight at Kendall Square's Glass House either. This restaurant, which has been recognized by interior design magazines and associations, is an impressively designed glass building with a central bar, tile floors, and an eye-catching green booth that wraps around two sides of the dining area. Its menu is complete with a raw bar and some American and international-inspired dishes like roasted chicken ramen, Thai beef salad, fish tacos and more.
When this restaurant opened in Downtown Crossing in 2015, guests and publications were calling it the most Instagrammable restaurant in the city, and it definitely still ranks as one of the best. Yvonne's library lounge features shelves full of books, hanging portraits and ornate ceilings. By the bar you'll find marble floors, decadent crystal chandeliers, and gold accents. Even the bathroom, complete with an orange velvet couch and a colorful chandelier, is an Instagram-worthy space!
Citrus & Salt
Citrus & Salt has been a hit since opening at the end of 2017 in the Back Bay. Guests can't get enough of their playful margaritas, colorful soft serve, and of course, their beautiful space. With pink walls, hanging lights, and colorful murals, the space will just make you feel like having fun — whether you've had a few margaritas or not.
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