Top 5 Prudential Center Restaurants
Boston is a city rich with history and museums. However, most don’t associate Boston as a place for shopping and decent dining – and those people are missing out!
Although the Prudential Center – also known as The Pru – offers a wide variety of shops, there are also over 60 restaurants available.
If you’re hungry – whether you’re after an indulgent meal, fancy some comfort food, or just have a craving for something light and fresh from one of the many food stands around – then check out our list of top 5 restaurants in Boston, the Prudential Center, and all of Back Bay.
Earls Kitchen + Bar
Earls Kitchen + Bar is a family-owned chain of restaurants in Boston, featuring globally inspired dishes and drinks in an inviting, upscale setting. There are locations in the trendy Back Bay district of Boston, as well as Prudential Center, Copley Place and Fenway Park – perfect for any occasion!
From classic dishes such as chicken marsala and crab cakes to outrageously delicious international favorites such as Singapore noodles and yakitori skewers, Earl’s Kitchen + Bar comes well recommended among the best restaurants in Boston.
Joe’s On Newbury
Joe’s on Newbury is a popular spot for comfort food in the Back Bay. It has been serving up classic dishes and an extensive beverage list since 1985. The menu features items such as pancakes, omelets, burgers, fish filets, chowders and more.
The restaurant has been named one of Boston Magazine’s “Best Restaurants in Boston” every year since 2008. Joe’s on Newbury was also selected by OpenTable as a “Top 100 Best Restaurants in America” for 2018.
The word “krasi” means “gorgeous” in Greek, and dining here is sure to help you see why. Krasi’s industrial chic setting provides a comfortable atmosphere for guests to enjoy delicious food and wine in the heart of Boston’s Back Bay.
It’s one of the top restaurants in the Prudential Center area for wine lovers too. All of their salads are served with pita bread for dipping in that undeniably delicious tzatziki sauce that pairs so perfectly with fresh vegetables and herbs.
La Voile began life in Cannes in France, but has been one of the most beloved Back Bay restaurants in Boston since moving to the Prudential Center district in 2007.
La Voile serves lunch daily from 11:30am – 2pm, with a menu consisting of classic appetizers such as mussels or escargot (snails).
Dinner service begins at 5pm Monday through Thursday nights, with a special Dining Under The Stars menu available until 10pm on Fridays & Saturdays; this menu features dishes like steak frites or chicken breast stuffed with wild mushrooms & Gruyere cheese served with mashed potatoes & seasonal vegetables.
Abe & Louie’s
For an uptempo steakhouse experience that doesn’t skimp on affordable luxuries, Abe & Louie’s is a real gem of the Back Bay area.
Expect generous portions no matter whether you visit at its busiest times or when it’s casual and low-key – not that people around the Prudential Center are keen to leave this place alone often!
Those prime steaks and delicious side dishes may steal the show, but don’t gloss over the wine list either – it’s won plenty of awards, and just helps make Abe & Louie’s one of the best restaurants in Boston.