The Hottest Restaurants in Boston

1- The Table at Season To Taste

This beautiful tasting menu — four courses, plus assorted surprises — is a steal at $65. The restaurant seats 20; you'll feel like you're in chef Carl Dooley's home dining room, and the kitchen is wide open, so you can see everything. Dooley is killing it on the currently airing season of Top Chef, too. Get in now while you can still get a reservation. This is one of the most exciting openings of the year so far. (Want to pay a visit without going for the whole tasting menu? There's a little standing area where you can order snacks and drinks.) Eater picks: salad of grilled squid and citrus with Castelvetrano olive, pistachio, and mint; house-made garganelli with mussels, roasted broccoli, and lemon bread crumbs.

2- Sugidama

A former medical office has been beautifully renovated into a Japanese restaurant with a focus on house-made soba, served in a variety of hot and cold preparations. (Vegan options are available.) There's also plenty of sushi and yakitori. Eater picks: pork kimchi soba; sukiyaki soba,.

3- Tenoch

With locations in Medford and the North End, plus food trucks, Tenoch has made a name for itself thanks to its outstanding fast-casual Mexican food, especially the tortas. The highly anticipated Davis Square location is finally open, and there are lines, but they move quickly. Eater picks: torta campechana; carnitas tacos.

4- Winter Hill Brewing Company

The highly anticipated opening of Winter Hill Brewing Company has drawn plenty of crowds, which an extraordinarily cheerful staff has been handling gracefully. The space — which is a cafe by day and brewpub by night — shows no trace of its former life as a cell phone store. With five beers on tap and a few new ones rotating into the line-up soon, there's something for everyone. Small plates and sandwiches, too. Eater picks: spicy Korean Brussels sprouts; fried pickles; house cream ale.

5- Angela's Café

A longtime East Boston favorite for Mexican cuisine, with a particular emphasis on the city of Puebla, has added a second Eastie location in order to serve both sides of the large neighborhood. The new spot is in Orient Heights, taking over the former El Paisa space, and is currently operating from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily, serving breakfast and lunch.

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