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Best American Restaurants in Stoughton

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Stoughton Restaurants

Amelia'sAmelia's
1191 reviews
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Italian | Stoughton, Boston Suburbs

Waitress was the highlight. Fantastic attitude and energy. She helped make it a fun night. Good great as usual. More

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The Chateau - StoughtonThe Chateau - Stoughton
34 reviews
$$$$
Italian | Stoughton, Boston Suburbs

The 4 of us enjoyed our meals. We all got different pasta dishes. Our waitress was very attentive too. More

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Morrell's BBQMorrell's BBQ
9 reviews
$$$$
Barbecue | Stoughton, Boston Suburbs

Food was great. Went with my husband for first time and we enjoyed all the food we couldn’t help but order something to go for later. More

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TGI FRIDAYS - StoughtonTGI FRIDAYS - Stoughton
16 reviews
$$$$
American | Stoughton, Boston Suburbs

Great $14.99 promotions. Friendly hist and hostess. Fantastic service More

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Discover Stoughton

Home to the only train station in Massachusetts with a clock tower, Stoughton is a historic town about 17 miles from Boston. Given that the town is also not far from Cape Cod, it's no surprise that you'll find fresh seafood here. Yet the town's culinary scene is hardly one-note, with farm-to-table fare, authentic Asian and European flavors, classic burgers, steaks, pizzas, salads, and smokehouse BBQ creations in equal abundance. If there is a "dining hot spot" here, it's around Washington Street where familiar chains mix with local cafes, bars, pizzerias, family-friendly restaurants, casual establishments, and low-key kitchens with specialized global dishes. And yes, Stoughton also has baked beans, clam chowder, seasonal lobster, Samuel Adams ale, and other regional palate pleasers.

Discover Stoughton

Home to the only train station in Massachusetts with a clock tower, Stoughton is a historic town about 17 miles from Boston. Given that the town is also not far from Cape Cod, it's no surprise that you'll find fresh seafood here. Yet the town's culinary scene is hardly one-note, with farm-to-table fare, authentic Asian and European flavors, classic burgers, steaks, pizzas, salads, and smokehouse BBQ creations in equal abundance. If there is a "dining hot spot" here, it's around Washington Street where familiar chains mix with local cafes, bars, pizzerias, family-friendly restaurants, casual establishments, and low-key kitchens with specialized global dishes. And yes, Stoughton also has baked beans, clam chowder, seasonal lobster, Samuel Adams ale, and other regional palate pleasers.