Patch Passport: Dining Around the Neighborhood (and the World)
Even in Charlestown's single square mile, you can sample a variety of cuisines. The Saturday Patch Passport is a complete list of places to eat in Charlestown.
It's true: Dining out options are somewhat limited in Charlestown, but local restaurants offer a surprising variety of dishes. Here's a list of several of the neighborhood's restaurants, arranged by flavor.
Chow Thai Cafe, 187 Main Street.
A beloved take-out option, great for dining in too. If you need a place for a lunch meeting, consider this one.
Family Kitchen, 198 Bunker Hill Street.
It's been described as "a hidden gem" and it's famous for its subs.
Grasshopper Cafe, 229 Bunker Hill Street.
THE place to go for breakfast or brunch in Charlestown.
Italian and Italian-inspired
Paolo's Trattoria, 251 Main Street.
Classic Italian-American fare. The North End, in Charlestown.
Pub Fare and more
Navy Yard Bistro, 1 6th Street.
Modern American fare with a great wine list and lovely views.
Warren Tavern, 2 Pleasant Street.
Want a little taste of history? Go here, and wash it down with a delicious brew.
Ironside Grill, 25 Park Street.
Lovely outdoor seating and a reliable pub menu.
Tavern on the Water, Pier 6
Go for the views. Stay for the drinks and snacks.