Five Best Places For Caviar In Boston

With every new year comes new indulgences.

If you are on a quest where to find the best spots serving up decadent dishes of caviar in Boston, we have got you covered. From a Back Bay steakhouse to one of the most romantic spots in town across from the Boston Common, here’s a look at five of our favorite restaurants for this highbrow indulgence.


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One of the most varied selections of caviar can be found just steps from Boston’s Theatre District at one of our top Mediterranean restaurants. Ostra serves up everything from a slightly sweet Siberian Reserve and rich and nutty Supreme White Sturgeon to the nutty and creamy Beluga Hybrid as well as the complex and buttery large pearl Golden Osetra.

1 Charles Street, Boston; Website


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We have told you about their sushi before, but when it comes to caviar, UNI stands out once again. The signature UNI spoons at this Back Bay haute spot are filled with Osetra caviar set atop a delicate quail egg yolk and yuzu. You may also opt to try a selection on its own served with the traditional chef’s accompaniments. The Eliot Hotel’s standout restaurant by Ken Oringer is one of Boston‘s best hotel restaurants.

370A Commonwealth Avenue, Boston; Website

Grill 23

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This steakhouse in Back Bay has been a favorite of ours for decades for its haute location, exemplary service and enormous cuts of tender beef. Now, it is has made our list for its offering of Osetra Imperial Golden caviar. The one-ounce offering at Grill 23 is best enjoyed as the perfect start to any meal paired up with a bottle of champagne (perhaps a bottle of 1990 Krug, Brut, Reims from Master Sommelier Brahm Callahan‘s collection?)

161 Berkeley Street, Boston; Website

No. 9 Park

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o ya

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o ya owners Tim and Nancy Cushman know what Bostonians want when it comes to caviar. After all, they do things a bit differently here. Take, for example, the indulgent Faberge Onsen Egg with caviar and gold flake, which arrives looking like a culinary work of art. o ya is one of Boston’s best restaurants, but prepare to be set back because it is also one of Boston’s most expensive – although we think it’s well worth every indulgence.

9 East Street, Boston; Website