There's a reason Chef Tony Maws has developed a cult following at Cragie on Main. The cozy restaurant has been turning out beautiful food in a space that feels like it might be your friend's dining room for years. Their commitment to local, organic sourcing has been called a tad obsessive, but once you've eaten there, you'll appreciate the attention to detail. The menu is created only after the best of the days ingredients have arrived. The wine, beer and cocktail list also features the same local flavor. If you want the full experience, the chefs seasonal tasting menu is a must. Corned beef hash on the brunch menu is one of the reasons they regularly end up on Best of Boston lists. House made doughnuts in a pool of golden caramel sauce don't hurt either!