On a chilly winter day, there’s nothing better than warming up with a hot meal. Fortunately, three of our favorite soup restaurants around Boston serve some of the best food in the area. Whether you like chicken noodle or broccoli and cheese, these eateries will satisfy all your cravings.
Read on to discover the top soup spots near our Longwood apartments in Boston:
When you're searching for a unique dining experience, head to Sportello. Putting a modern twist on classic diner decor, this restaurant features two U-shaped counters nestled around an open kitchen. As you sit at the counter, you and your friends can watch the culinary team at work. When it comes to food, Sportello has something for everyone. Try the spicy tomato soup. Topped with a cheesy crostini, this diner classic will definitely warm you up on a cold Boston day.
A trendy Parisian-style eatery, Café Sauvage brings the flavors of France to Boston. The staff provides fast, friendly service in a cozy, Instagram-worthy setting. In addition to the café’s trendy decor, its food is also exceptional. Customers love the French onion soup. You can enjoy this crowd favorite during brunch service Friday through Sunday, 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Paul Brophy and Marjorie Druker, a husband-and-wife team, opened the New England Soup Factory to share their passion for food with residents of Newton, Boston, and beyond. Offering over 100 soups, the couple draws on flavors from around the world to develop tasty and innovative creations. The large menu includes New England clam and corn chowder, chicken vegetable soup, and NESF’s famous lobster Newbury soup.
Now that you know all about the most popular soup restaurants around Boston, it’s time to check them out for yourself. If you’re looking for a great seasonal activity after having your fill of soup, lace up your skates and head to a local ice rink. For more information on 95 Saint, please contact us. Our leasing team would love to arrange a tour of our luxury apartments in Mission Hill, Boston so that you can see firsthand all that we have to offer.