3 New England Restaurants Named Best In U.S. By NY Times And 1 Is In Boston
Are you ready for another best restaurant, or two, or three, to try out? Good, because I’ve got a few names for your dining bucket list of the best New England restaurants! The New York Times recently revealed their choices for the 50 restaurants in the U.S. they are most excited about right. Every year, the publication names 50 restaurants in the country that it deems the most exciting and innovative that deliver quality product, as well. 3 New England Restaurants were named best in the U.S. by the NY Times and 1 in is Boston.
Strap on the feed bag and get ready for a road trip to Brooksville, Maine. Where? Brooksville is a small coastal town on Penobscot Bay in Hancock Country, Maine. That’s where you will want to experience Tinder Hearth. They made the cut of the NY Times. 3rd Annual Restaurant List, as reported in Boston.com. According to the article, Tinder Hearth, a bakery and pizza place, made the list because of their toppings. It’s all about the toppings. The New York Times said, ““The thrill comes from a rotating cast of toppings that might include pork meatballs, chile and garden mint, or confit cherry tomatoes, caramelized onion and ricotta with pops of fresh green coriander and honey.”
Ore Hill in Kent, Connecticut also made this prestigious list. This restaurant is described as “a modern farm-to-table restaurant.” And truly impressive is the fact that they just opened in April. The NY Times reporters, editors, and critics that visited literally hundreds of restaurants across the country are the ones who chose these top 50. They said Ore Hill offers “a kaleidoscope of flavors, a warm cocoon of service, and lush produce, dairy, and meat.”
And finally, the 3rd New England Restaurant named best in the U.S. by NY Times is in Boston! Comfort Kitchen in Dorchester has only been around since the beginning of 2023, and yet they dazzled the critics enough to make the cut. As mentioned in boston.com, there is plenty of comfort food, here (thus the name). Their dishes are influenced by the African diaspora. The Times wrote, “Here, the chefs Biplaw Rai, who is from Nepal, and Kwasi Kwaa, who is from Ghana, want to illustrate just how connected food traditions are, through ingredients that have traveled across continents, either through forced migration or trade routes.” You’ll find Comfort Kitchen at 611 Columbia Rd in Dorchester.