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Clio Restaurant



370 Commonwealth Avenue
Boston, MA 02215

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(617) 536-7200

  • Sun - Closed;
  • Mon - Thu 5:30pm - 10:00pm
  • Fri - Sat 5:30pm - 10:30pm

Cuisine: American Restaurants, French Restaurants, Most Romantic Restaurants, Seafood Restaurants

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4.6 of 5.0 from 88 reviews


price range:more than $50

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  • tguy1 reviewI live in Ohio and visit Boston twice a year. I always visit Clio and havealways had an excellent meal and a pleasant evening. The food is excellent and the service is professional but not stuffy. Expensive but worth it in my opinion.

    44444 by tguy1


  • Suzanne D.So good - absolute musts are the shishito peppers, popcorn shrimp, and foie grad unagi ❤️

    55555 by Suzanne D.


  • Viktoria BOmakase is great

    55555 by Viktoria B


  • D RTry the ox tail.

    55555 by D R


  • D RThe spoonful is amazing. Also, try the tostadas!

    55555 by D R


  • Liam N.Best of Boston 2016: Uni 🍣 :: Vietnamese bologna bánh mì tartine, nigiri (roasted carrot w/ vadouvan crème fraîche), maki (pickled sweet potato) & sashimi from Tokyo's Tsukiji Fish Market.

    55555 by Liam N.


  • Water JBy far the best Japanese food in Boston -- much BETTER than Oya

    55555 by Water J


  • Ben aHave to get this lobster. And a side of Brussels sprouts. But honestly everything is amazing. A real treat

    55555 by Ben a


  • Barron RothThis place blew me away. Get the chicken & (macha) waffle and dine in Southern / Japanese paradise.

    55555 by Barron Roth


  • Duong BUni spoon is awesome

    55555 by Duong B


  • Andrea F.The $16 Uni spoon is worth every penny 💕

    55555 by Andrea F.


  • Anne Mai B.Best omakase in Boston. And, late night ramen is divine!

    55555 by Anne Mai B.


  • Sean JMuch better than it is rated. The omikase is much better than O Ya's, and at a discounted price. They recently expanded their space and it looks great! Highly recommended

    55555 by Sean J


  • Max SCool late night ramen but get there early.

    55555 by Max S


  • Seung-Jin H.the tuna ceviche is amazing! you can order it even if it's not on the menu.

    55555 by Seung-Jin H.


  • Chris E.Slight step below O Ya, but w/better cocktails. Don't miss the Ika (w/smoked beef drippings), Hon Hamachi Toro (w/pork belly), and Spicy Tuna & Foie Gras Tataki. Tako in hot oil was great, tender.

    55555 by Chris E.


  • Mike G.Late night ramen is amazing. The pork bun comes with a glorious fried piece of pork belly in it.

    55555 by Mike G.


  • Boston.comThink long, rectangular plates holding tissue-thin slices of raw seafood dressed with seasonal fruits, vegetables, herbs, and esoteric ingredients, like Korean pepper threads.

    55555 by Boston.com


  • TiffanyRamen starting at 11 p.m, on Fridays and Saturdays only

    55555 by Tiffany


  • som BThai's chef is here! :) best place with best chef 👍

    55555 by som B


  • BrianCome for the chef's special ramen after hours past midnight.

    33333 by Brian


  • Colin B.Ramen is now only Friday and Saturday nights.

    55555 by Colin B.


  • Vanessa G.(Best of Boston 2013-SUSHI) Improper Bostonian says, "Not your average sushi joint, unless average means sashimi so bejeweled and breathtaking that you'd never dream of soiling it with Kikkoman."

    55555 by Vanessa G.


  • Nation's Restaurant NewsBoston restaurant Clio riffs on French toast with Le Petit Déjeuner - a dessert that means “breakfast” in French. Made with quinoa, it also taps into the gluten-free trend.

    55555 by Nation's Restaurant News


  • Maria YETI K.Cocktail with cucumber ice cubes is a must. Absolutely refreshing and delicious.

    55555 by Maria YETI K.


  • Natalie L.Unreal. Try everything.

    55555 by Natalie L.


  • KibbeeRamen is only served Friday and Saturday meow!

    55555 by Kibbee


  • Javier L.LATE RAMEN!!!

    55555 by Javier L.


  • Nation's Restaurant NewsOyster with oxalis, melon and Darjeeling: Sashimi chef Tony Messina uses West coast oysters, preferably Kusshi, Kumamoto or Shigoku, for this preparation, which he insists is simpler than it sounds.

    55555 by Nation's Restaurant News


  • Alex S.I'm over this place. Good food but wait is too long. Servers are disorganized and messed up our order. Second time it's happened in two times.

    22222 by Alex S.


  • Fred N.7 course tasting FTW!

    55555 by Fred N.


  • Lillian C.pork buns, shishito peppers, sashimi and drinks are awesome!! <3 them! unfortunately ramen is not. my veggie ramen broth was so salty and this comes from someone who likes salt.

    55555 by Lillian C.


  • Emmily H.The wait is actually much shorter than what they tell you, so stay around

    33333 by Emmily H.


  • El P.From the minute you walk in the door friendly smiling welcoming staff from chef to hostess- genuine hospitality which is rare and to be envied plus ramen is incredible

    55555 by El P.


  • Jables M.Bathrooms have Xlerators. At these prices I expect a Dyson Airblade.

    33333 by Jables M.


  • Adam B.On Thursday - Saturday come for late-night ramen and the best craft cocktails in Boston.

    55555 by Adam B.


  • Amy D.Late night ramen from 11pm-2am Thursday - Saturday. Get there before they stop serving cocktails at 1am. Get something from the "Mad Scientist" section of the drink menu by mixologist Todd Maul.

    55555 by Amy D.


  • E jinn C.Very awesome midnight ramen!!

    55555 by E jinn C.


  • Boston.comUni’s late-night ramen is served Thurs-Sat after 11 pm in two great flavors. One is more traditional, with roast pork. The other, called umami ramen, features barbecue eel and a rich, intense broth.

    55555 by Boston.com


  • SNOCRUFuck this place

    33333 by SNOCRU


  • Marc S.Get the rice pudding!!!!

    55555 by Marc S.


  • Peter S.Top secret: late night ramen!

    55555 by Peter S.


  • Alex S.It's no ippudo but the ramen is pretty good. The pork buns are awesome. Wish the portions were larger.

    55555 by Alex S.


  • Natalie L.Check out the new pastry chef!!

    55555 by Natalie L.


  • HeatherThe food is fresh and amazing. The chefs put their heart into the food and it shows. Try the chefs omakase and late night ramen.

    55555 by Heather


  • ChuLate night ramen starts @ 11pm and its good ramen! Ramen was $10. :D they have umami or traditional. I'd recommend! I also tried the pork bun but the bun wasn't really soft. It's alright.

    55555 by Chu


  • Chris P.Have Mary invent you a drink. Best Mixologist in Boston.

    55555 by Chris P.


  • jane s.The pork buns and the not your "typical" fried chicken are out of this world! For drinks grab a Mary's liquor cabinet. Smooth!

    55555 by jane s.


  • W. Vincent P.Todd, the best bar manager with impressive gun selections; He makes the best dry martinis in town.

    55555 by W. Vincent P.


  • HeatherTry one of Todd's amazing cocktails. The Bullseye Gin & Tonic and the Todd Collins are my favorites.

    55555 by Heather


  • Patrick M.Get the 10 course tasting with wine pairing.... Amazing. Then go to the bar and ask for a Josephine Baker...

    55555 by Patrick M.


  • Steven L.Late night ramen after 11PM Thursday, Friday, and Saturday!

    55555 by Steven L.


  • Irene C.ABSOLUTE best restaurant experience in Boston. Get the lobster w/ citrus - out of this world good.

    55555 by Irene C.


  • Kitty 1.Sake Bomb Tuesdays are awesome!

    55555 by Kitty 1.


  • Kyle Thomas H.ask Mary or Todd for a patriot, a burnt muddled flag!

    33333 by Kyle Thomas H.


  • Greg D.The Emerson is the jam!

    55555 by Greg D.


  • AskMenThis week the relatively staid room reopens, with a new focus on the bar and a reinvigorated cocktail program from head barman Todd Maul.

    55555 by AskMen


  • Greg D.Todd and Mary are the jam!

    55555 by Greg D.


  • Tony R.14 course chef tasting

    55555 by Tony R.


  • EaterFeaturing more awards than perhaps any other local restaurant, the menu still dazzles after all these years. [Eater 38 Member]

    55555 by Eater


  • Chris D.Todd's take on a gin and tonic includes loomi (middle eastern lime). Veeerrry interesting.

    55555 by Chris D.


  • Boston MagazineKen Oringer is a tinkerer—one of just a handful of local chefs to toy with techniques like spherification—which makes for some intriguing plates. Great for date nights and business meetings.

    55555 by Boston Magazine


  • Crystal K.Best eggnog in town!

    55555 by Crystal K.


  • Boston MagazineDespite being part of the popular Ken Oringer restaurant club, this tiny sashimi bar in the Eliot Hotel still feels like a secret.

    55555 by Boston Magazine


  • Ron G.Awful. In no way resembles authentic Japanese food. Fish is not even good quality. Avoid.

    22222 by Ron G.


  • Valerie S.Try Todd's Bullseye gin & tonic with loomi ice cubes. Awesome!

    55555 by Valerie S.


  • Man M.Simply one of the best!

    55555 by Man M.


  • The FeastFor the best value, order the $49 market menu in the dining room, or small bites and excellent cocktails at the bar.

    55555 by The Feast


  • The FeastBartender Todd Maul makes some of the most interesting drinks in Boston, using some seriously high-tech equipment. Ask him about his Roller Derby Queen, a cocktail-making machine.

    55555 by The Feast


  • Kylie B.It is bad luck to pour your own sake (according to Cori)

    33333 by Kylie B.


  • Huntley F.One of the best in the US. ALWAYS let Chef choose. Amazing.

    55555 by Huntley F.


  • Amr D.Made reservation for 9:30, 9:49 and still no seats and no prospect of getting any. We had to leave and get dinner somewhere else. Very disappointing.

    22222 by Amr D.


  • The Daily MealYou can't talk about Boston's dining scene and not mention Chef Ken Oringer. Word on the street is that the attached below ground off-shoot, Uni, is a big chef hangout.

    55555 by The Daily Meal


  • UniDon't miss Sake Bomb Tuesday! 4 courses from the sashimi bar and sake bomb supplies for $35 every Tuesday.

    55555 by Uni


  • UniSaké Day! Come celebrate with a glass of saké on us with dinner when you check in.

    33333 by Uni


  • ClioCome tap in to Massachusetts' first wine keg... fresh, crisp Gotham Project Riesling from NYC, poured tableside.

    55555 by Clio


  • UniSake Bomb Tuesday is the bomb! 4-course meal + a sake bomb for just $35 from 5:30-10:00.

    55555 by Uni


  • erin f.Ask for a 3 to 1. Not on the menu!

    33333 by erin f.


  • EpicuriousThe flagship of one of Boston's busiest chefs, French-American restaurant Clio offers luxurious fare in an opulent setting.

    55555 by Epicurious


  • DigBostonCheck out what The Weekly Dig had to say about Clio: http://bit.ly/a7Ctfw

    33333 by DigBoston


  • Korsha W.Ask for a Pimm's Lemonade- super refreshing!!!!

    55555 by Korsha W.


  • AskMenMidsummer Cocktails At Clio with Todd Maul, Clio's gifted bar manager. Tickets are $35 & include passed hors d'oeuvres by Clio & 3 drinks. July 18th, 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.

    33333 by AskMen


  • Korsha W.Please RT!! Thirsty? Stop by @Clio for a Polaris! It's a mix of gin, grapefruit juice and St.Germaine- oh, and it's only $2 TONITE!!!

    55555 by Korsha W.


  • Arthur W.Omakase is the ONLY way to go

    55555 by Arthur W.


  • sheri k.Best martini gimmick: made with liquid nitrogen, it arrives w/ steam coming off it, then the top layer freezes over & you have to poke a hole in it so you can drink it.

    33333 by sheri k.


  • danah b.Uni (the sashimi bar) is to die for.

    55555 by danah b.


  • Eric P.splurge on the chef's tasting menu

    55555 by Eric P.


  • Eric P.Check out dinner at Clio.

    33333 by Eric P.


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