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6 Mouthwatering Dishes You Must Try This Fall

Fall in Boston means road trips to the apple orchard, pumpkin beer, and delicious new fall menus filled with your favorite comfort foods. We checked out some of our favorite Boston eateries as they unveil some tasty menu additions.

Braised Beef Short Rib from Odyssey Boston (Entertainment Cruises) – Boston, MA

You’ve probably never pictured yourself enjoying fall comfort food from the middle of Boston Harbor, but this hearty dish is a standout on Odyssey’s signature dinner cruise menu. Perfect for the changing seasons, the braised beef short rib – rich and savory, plated elegantly atop horseradish Idaho potato mash with English peas, baby carrots and pearl onions – delights the palate as it warms the soul. A perfectly simple cabernet sauvignon reduction sauce rounds off this inspired creation to a level up from your typical homespun pot roast. Satisfy your craving for classic flavors any day of the week aboard Odyssey, docked at Rowes Wharf.

Photo by: Rick Bern Photography

The Highlander Burger from Blue on Highland – Needham, MA

An eclectic suburban favorite featuring al fresco dining options, retro bar and lounge area, Blue on Highland serves modern American fare in it’s chic Needham Heights location. And whether you stop by for lunch, dinner, or to socialize after work, you’ll want to pull up a chair and try the chef-inspired burger named for the place! Featuring 100% Ground Chuck, Cabot Vermont cheddar cheese, braised short rib, roasted garlic Worcestershire demi-glace, red onion strings, Boston lettuce, heirloom tomato, on a toasted brioche roll, this ultra-satisfying dish is best washed down with any of Blue on Highland’s refreshing craft beers on tap.

The Jumbo Combo from The Hard Rock Cafe – Boston, MA

Perfect to share! There’s something for everyone in Hard Rock’s Jumbo Combo – a collection of their most popular appetizer’s including; Signature Wings, Onion Rings, Tupelo Chicken Tenders, Southwest Spring Rolls and Bruschetta. Served with honey mustard, hickory barbecue and blue cheese dressing for dipping.

Crab Cake Sliders from The Barking Crab – Boston, MA

One of our all time favorite flavors, a golden, delicious, perfect crab cake. In this bite sized dish, The Barking Crab’s signature crab cakes are topped with a tasty remoulade and served on toasted brioche. Served with of course, a bed of fries and coleslaw.

Prime Bone-In Ribeye from Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar – Boston, MA

Grab a steak knife and prepare your taste buds for the Prime Bone-In Ribeye at Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar. This mouth-watering, 20-ounce steak experience features the finest available, hand-selected USDA Prime beef that’s aged a minimum of 21 days. Each steak is prepared to your liking, expertly seasoned with kosher salt and black pepper, broiled at 1600 degrees and finished with butter and fresh parsley. Customize your steak by choosing from one of Fleming’s classic rubs from Porchini Mushroom and Genuine Kona Coffee, or adding to the indulgence with a steak companion, including Truffle-Poached Lobster, Diablo Shrimp and Jumbo Lump Crabmeat. Sink your teeth into a mouthwatering Prime Bone-In Ribeye at Fleming’s Boston tonight.

Cioppino from Top of the Hub – Boston, MA

This classic seafood stew is known in a variety of versions. It is a hearty dish that’s low in fat, light but satisfying and flavorful. We are starting with a savory broth made with onion, garlic, bell peppers, tomato, fish stock and a hint of chili. This is done ahead of time to intensify and infuse the aromas. Next clams are added to the broth, releasing their juices while they cook. Mussels, Jumbo prawns and a local fish join, as well as potatoes, leeks, spicy chorizo and an ample amount of fresh flat leaf parsley. All together is slowly simmered until cooked through. Top of the Hub’s cioppino is served in a deep bowl. A thick ciabatta bread crostini, baked with garlic butter completes the dish and provides the means to savor the last bit of delicious broth.