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Best American Restaurants in Leather District

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Best Italian Restaurants in Leather District

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Leather District Restaurants

o yao ya
994 reviews
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Japanese | Leather District, Boston

Magical food, outstanding service. Truly a special place. More

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Les Zygomates Wine Bar BistroLes Zygomates Wine Bar Bistro
769 reviews
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French | Leather District, Boston

Excellent service and food. Thank you very much. More

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Discover Leather District

Boston is a city rich with diverse neighborhoods offering an eclectic array of activities and dining spots to enjoy. The Leather District is a Boston neighborhood made up of historic warehouse buildings that were used to manufacture leather goods in the 19th century. Within the neighborhood are various seafood restaurants serving lobster dishes, clams, and Boston's best-known dish, New England clam chowder. The area is also home to great French cuisine influenced by the cooking of Julia Child, a resident of Cambridge for over 40 years. Other dining options in the Leather District include small Japanese restaurants, American diners, and imaginative Italian cafes. Contemporary restaurants with award-winning cuisine and live music are also neighborhood favorites.

Discover Leather District

Boston is a city rich with diverse neighborhoods offering an eclectic array of activities and dining spots to enjoy. The Leather District is a Boston neighborhood made up of historic warehouse buildings that were used to manufacture leather goods in the 19th century. Within the neighborhood are various seafood restaurants serving lobster dishes, clams, and Boston's best-known dish, New England clam chowder. The area is also home to great French cuisine influenced by the cooking of Julia Child, a resident of Cambridge for over 40 years. Other dining options in the Leather District include small Japanese restaurants, American diners, and imaginative Italian cafes. Contemporary restaurants with award-winning cuisine and live music are also neighborhood favorites.