Restaurants that serve good food and do not regard denim with contempt are a rare commodity in Boston, apparently. This seems to be the thrust of a Forbes article published today.
In "10 Most Creative Jeans-Appropriate Restaurants in Boston (Part I)", contributor Hunter Atkins hunts down ten Boston-area restaurants that "are not slinging bowls of 'chowdah,' but are relying on local purveyors to drum up devout followers for global cuisine, elevated comfort food and sumptuous cocktails that rival the fare served in any other American city."
And, most importantly, where you can "throw on a pair of jeans, grab a friend and get ready to pig out."
So where in Boston can you dine like royalty and dress like a member of Duck Dynasty? Atkins offers the likes of The Breakfast Club in Allston for pumpkin-spice-like milkshakes and pancakes, Anna’s Taqueria in Brookline, Eastern Standard ("a comfortable brasserie-inspired hang out"), Belly Wine Bar in Cambridge, and Tavern Road, where the meatballs are definitely jeans-appropriate.
Stay tuned for part two.