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Finding the Perfect Back Bay Restaurant Experience Part 4

Today we will be digging into the most integral part of your Back Bay Restaurant experience. I’m talking the delicious assortments of appetizers, salads, meats, pasta, vegetarian, soups, subs, sandwiches and the proper sauces to go with them.

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Welcome back my hungry patrons! Last time we left off discussing the importance of having a variety of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks. Today we will be digging into the most integral part of your Back Bay Restaurant experience. The main thing we all never overlook or fail to take into account is the food, not only the quality and quantity but the variety as well. No matter what type of food you are looking for: Italian, Greek, Chinese, or Barbeque, the menu cannot do you justice if it forces you to pick from a small or similar variety of meals. I’m talking the delicious assortments of appetizers, salads, meats, pasta, vegetarian, soups, subs, sandwiches and the proper sauces to go with them.

            Obviously the restaurant does not need to cover all of these types, especially if it is a specialty restaurant. However, it should have at least five to six different types of food courses with variations. After you’ve ordered your Gin and Tonic or your preferred cocktail, your server is going to ask you about appetizers. The appetizer is the most underrated part of the dining experience that often gets disregarded. Remember the appetizer is the start to your eating experience; it is the ice breaker, the conversation starter, the first group decision since coming to the place. It should not start with grumbling over poor variety and indecision among the group. There is no excuse for a less than satisfying appetizer. You should have the option between dips, vegetable and fruit or meal and cheese trays, and there should definitely be some hot appetizers. At some places even some seafood appetizers such as shrimp or some fried calamari.

            These bite-sized starters get your stomach ready for that delicious main course that every Back Bay Restaurant should be able to deliver. They give you the opportunity to explore new foods and entrées in their snack sized finger food form. When I go to a restaurant I am usually starving and nothing makes me happier than being able to take that paining hungry feeling away by munching on some scrumptious mini sandwiches, with chicken, salami, turkey, roast beef, pepperoni, and sometimes I cannot resist ordering the early batch of mini Buffalo wings.

            When it comes down to it the appetizer is your first taste of the restaurant, and sets your expectations of what is to come in the main course. You will either be excited and eager for some even better  food to come in the main course or you will be disgusted and praying to the cuisine gods that appetizers is just not this venues strong point and the entrée will be better. I would prefer to not be in the latter - I would much rather be at ease knowing this restaurant can provide some high quality grub and enjoy my time with my companions rather than worrying about what junk they will serve on my next plate. Check in next time for the next tip on finding the Best Back Bay Restaurant experience. Next timeHealth Fitness Articles, we will discuss the main course!


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Paul Marino has been writing about the restaurant industry for over 20 years. He recommends FiRE and iCE as the best Back Bay Restaurant for a unique and memorable dining experience.



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