Neptune Oyster, Boston, Massachusetts

7 Mentions on Trippy

  • 2 mentions in Good restaurants in Boston

    • Kenin B.

      Kenin B. said, "...sure to find an excellent and fine crafted meal. If you are looking for seafod the North End also features the Neptune Oyster. In the Back Bay area try Atlantic Fish Co and downtown try Oceanaire Seafood Room . If you..." See More

    • R A B.

      R A B. said, "...Pigalle Restaurant is still there, but with a new name ( and ownership, and gotten mixed reviews since it reinvented itself.) Neptune Oyster is indeed the darling of the North End, but it is extremely hard to get in--no rez and long..." See More

  • 2 mentions in Must eat in Boston? And, where?

    • Nathaniel B.

      Nathaniel B. said, "...Oringer, who is arguably Boston's best chef/restauranteur. If you're looking for seafood, Row 34, Island Creek Oyster Bar, B&G Oysters, or Neptune Oyster are the spots. PS - Avoid Faneuil Hall or the touristy seafood restaurants. The North End is fun, but..." See More

    • Marci C.

      Marci C. said, "... Neptune Oyster, Lucca Restaurant, Island Creek Oyster Bar, or pick up this months issue of Boston Magazine which lists our Best Restaurants. It is very accurate. They can also be found online on Boston Magazine site...." See More

  • 1 mention in Must-try foods in Boston

    • Trevor M.

      Trevor M. said, "...recommendation so you've got a lot of choices on that front -- but here's one more to add into the mix: Neptune Oyster in Boston's North End. It's a cool little restaurant with a great local vibe (and a great lobster roll..." See More

  • 1 mention in A nice restaurant to taste some of BostonĀ“s traditions?

    • Kevin M.

      Kevin M. said, "...For seafood - Neptune Oyster or for Italian Rino's in East Boston or Trattoria Il Panino in the North End...." See More

  • 1 mention in What should I see in Boston in two days' time?

    • Todd F.

      Todd F. said, "...with a full liquor license. While there's no such thing as a bad restaurant in the neighborhood, my top picks are Neptune Oyster which (in my opinion) has Boston's BEST oysters, BUT, it can be very tough to get a table and..." See More