Restaurants in Somerville, MA

West of Boston, Somerville and neighboring Cambridge are a great mix of culinary tradition and modern savoir faire. If there’s a single dish the area is known for, it’s artisan ice cream, all inspired by Steve’s, which opened in Somerville in 1973 — a tradition of excellence now carried on and enhanced by Christina’s in Cambridge and Rancatore’s in Belmont. A morning meal in Somerville can be as hearty as the full Portuguese Breakfast at Neighborhood Restaurant and Bakery — sausages, cod cakes, meat cakes, shrimp cakes, red beans & rice, home fries and eggs! — or it can be as tender and simple as a Boston cream pie donut from the venerable Lyndell’s Bakery. Or, head over to Cambridge and check out Bagelsauraus, where the slow-fermented bagels are available with unique house-made spreads.

Somerville’s Most Famous Dishes

A plated stack of 5 hefty pancakes with pitchers of melted butter and syrup

Pancakes

Plate crowded with breakfast of eggs, potatoes, bacon, sausage, and ham ... sweet Ozark eats

Breakfast Dishes

Kielbasa soup with tortellini & greens

Soups

Rough-hewn corned beef hash contains big hunks of potato

Corned Beef Hash

Somerville’s Best Restaurants

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