Best of Boston
Best Takeout, Neighborhood, Charlestown
CharlestownThe Ironside serves the Chuck’s finest fries (mmm … sweet potato) and boasts carryout standouts in its Monte Cristo sandwich and burgers.
2008 Best Takeout, Neighborhood, Roslindale
Given its deep-south (of Boston) location, Rozzie appropriately has a first-rate ‘cue joint. Ribs, fried chicken, pulled pork, and oh, that tangy sauce.
2008 Best Takeout, Neighborhood, Allston
Notwithstanding Allston’s gobsmacking collection of world cuisines, it’s still tough to beat Thai—especially when it’s done this fast, cheap, and satisfying.
2008 Best Takeout, Neighborhood, Central Square
This is saucy, full-bodied Italian (stuffed eggplant, chicken cacciatore)—and most of it for under 10 bucks.
2008 Best Takeout, Neighborhood, Davis Square
The overfilled sandwiches are ideal for scarfing, but for an easy elegant dinner, load up on to-die-for ravioli and house-made sauce.
2008 Best Takeout, Neighborhood, Fenway/Symphony
The Mexican restaurant’s adjoining taqueria bags up memorably spicy burritos, tacos, and guacamole—everything needed for an at-home fiesta.
2008 Best Takeout, Neighborhood, Washington Square
Sushi by former Fugakyu chef Sam Huang translates into similar quality at a more digestible price. And with only a dozen seats here, takeout’s a […]
2008 Best Takeout, West
Those smug Concord so-and-sos. It’s not enough they’ve got bragging rights on historic charm and sterling schools; they also get La Provence and its viands […]
2008 Best Takeout, Neighborhood, North End
Two-handed sandwiches, plentiful fresh pasta and salads, and a counter staff that knows how to keep the line moving at a good clip. Bravo!
2008 Best Takeout, Neighborhood, South Boston
Those in the know head to the South Boston Lithuanian Club’s basement for hearty, authentic Eastern European fare. Alas, weekends only.
2007 Best Takeout, Back Bay
2007 Best Takeout, Beacon Hill
2007 Best Takeout, Brookline
2007 Best Takeout, Harvard Square
2007 Best Takeout, Restaurant, North
Propriety meets gluttony in this new gourmet shop, which takes its them—though thankfully not its cuisin—from the British empire. Instead of bangers and mash, there’s […]