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Swansea Restaurants

The Aviary Restaurant & BarThe Aviary Restaurant & Bar
458 reviews
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Contemporary American | Swansea, Southern MA

Always outstanding service, and an updated memo gives you more choices. More

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Empire GrilleEmpire Grille
96 reviews
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Seafood | Swansea, Southern MA

Good food but kitchen was slow so we waited for food. More

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Discover Swansea

Swansea is a small community about an hour's drive south of Boston. It is home to a large array of restaurants that offer a variety of food types. The most prevalent eateries in Swansea are the many pizzerias scattered throughout the area. Of course, Massachusetts is seafood country because of its proximity to the Atlantic Ocean, and it's easy to find excellent lobster and shellfish. International cuisine establishments include traditional English and Irish pubs that serve dishes from the old country like fish-and-chips. There are also several locally owned unique bistros with eclectic menus and unusual entrees. When in Massachusetts, sample the state's official dessert: Boston cream pie.

Discover Swansea

Swansea is a small community about an hour's drive south of Boston. It is home to a large array of restaurants that offer a variety of food types. The most prevalent eateries in Swansea are the many pizzerias scattered throughout the area. Of course, Massachusetts is seafood country because of its proximity to the Atlantic Ocean, and it's easy to find excellent lobster and shellfish. International cuisine establishments include traditional English and Irish pubs that serve dishes from the old country like fish-and-chips. There are also several locally owned unique bistros with eclectic menus and unusual entrees. When in Massachusetts, sample the state's official dessert: Boston cream pie.