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Located in the Back Bay area, Bomboa Restaurant has become one of Boston’s hot spots to meet, relax, drink and dine in a fun and lively setting. Owned by co-managing partners, Kasey Anton, Carlos Hidalgo, and Executive Chef Felino Samson, Samson’s specially prepared Global Latin cuisine has gained great popularity since Bomboa’s opening in November of 1999. Bomboa has been recognized as one of five notable Nuevo Latino restaurants in the country by Bon Appetit, as well as recognized in the Top 10 Best New Chefs in the Country issue by Food and Wine Magazine, featured in the “Place to be Seen in Boston” column by People Magazine, and given the Award of Excellence by Wine Spectator.

Location: 35 Stanhope Street, Boston Massachusetts 02116 Telephone 617-236-6363

Other Restaurants, Cafes, Delis, Bakeries nearby:
(Saugus) Donatello Restaurant
(Framingham) Aegean Restaurant
(Concord) Aigo Bistro
(Worcester) Amore Cafe
(Norton) Ann's Place
(Boston) Anthony's Pier 4

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