Trade

American
$ $
540 Atlantic Ave (at Congress St)
Boston, MA 02210
(617) 451-1234
Monday
11:30am - 11:00pm
Tuesday
11:30am - 11:00pm
Wednesday
11:30am - 11:00pm
Thursday
11:30am - 11:00pm
Friday
11:30am - 12:00am
Saturday
11:30am - 12:00am
Sunday
5:30pm - 10:00pm

Tips

  • Jody Adams changed the game on Bostons waterfront with the casual, globally influenced Trade, which gives downtowners an affordable range of dishes served all day.
  • Rigatoni with ragu! Duck! Half grilled chicken!! Pork lettuve wrap and fried oysters are ok..
  • Get a whole bunch of the small items & share them at your table. They are too good to miss out on.
  • Reservations on Urbanspoon. Not listed on OpenTable.
  • Don't bother coming here without a reservation. Dining room is reservation only. Also no wait list for lounge/bar tables.
  • Captures the fun of the pre-Great Recession boom, but the food's competing with the room's buzz. Our critic says try the pomegranate-glazed eggplant, fried oysters on a waffle or the braised short rib
  • Service was great, beer was perfect and the chicken meatballs were delicious! Bacon and onions flatbread was also really good.
  • Pricey, but decent. Loud!!!!
  • The Baked Alaska is awesome.
  • This recent followup to Jody Adams' Rialto quickly became a favorite for its flatbreads and other oven-blasted main plates with Mediterranean accents. [Eater 38 Member]
  • Get dessert. You're welcome.
  • Rigatoni with spicy lamb - best thing I've had in a while. P.S. all dish's ingredients are local, grass fed, etc.
  • Best new joint in a long time! Excellent grilled squid but extremely busy!!
  • Boston Common (December 2011) recommends trying the flatbreads with spicy saffron mussels or the pomegranate-glazed eggplant at this new resturant in the Atlantic Wharf Building,
  • Best new place in Boston !!!!!!!
  • A gleaming new edifice of convivial communal dining, wood-oven flatbreads and shining industrial dcor on the ritzy Atlantic Wharf.
  • Jody Adams' new place.
  • Power lunch
  • Can be loud but great space.
  • The Calamari Bomba dish here is quite unique and worth trying squid ink rice with chorizo and garnished with jalapeo-like pickled fresno

Nearby places

348 Congress St (at A St)
510 Atlantic Ave (located in the InterContinental® Boston lobby)
141 Pearl St (at Purchase St.)