Charles St Meeting House
Louisa May Alcott's Home
Boston's oft-photographed narrowest street. This cobblestone alleyway was once home to artisans and to the service people who worked...
Beacon Hill’s long-standing favorite neighborhood joint looks old school, with its wooden bar placed under hanging glasses, and a few...
This old-fashioned cafeteria is a neighborhood favorite. Basic diner fare includes pancakes, steak and eggs, burgers and sandwiches, and...
Lala Rokh information
Lonely Planet review
Lala Rokh is a beautiful Persian princess, the protagonist of an epic romance by poet Thomas Moore. The tale evokes the exotic East, as does the flavorful food served at this Beacon Hill gem. While the ingredients are standard to Persian cuisine, the subtle innovations – an aromatic spice here or savory herb there – set this cooking apart. Reservations recommended.