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Five of the most delicious celebrity-owned restaurants in Massachusetts

Massachusetts is full of fantastic restaurants, it’s hard to pick a favorite. From delicious farm-to-table restaurants in the Berkshire Hills to some of the best Italian food outside of Italy in Boston’s North End, and everything in between, Massachusetts is bursting with culinary delights.

There is no shortage of celebrity chefs who own restaurants in Massachusetts. From Mario Batali to Gordon Ramsey and Todd English, dozens of world-renowned chefs have opened restaurants in Boston and beyond. From Top Chef competitions to James Beard Award winners, Massachusetts’ celebrity dining scene rivals New York and Los Angeles.

Besides celebrity chefs, many celebrities have opened their own restaurants in the Bay State. From actors to musicians and even athletes, you might be surprised who has the upper hand in the restaurant business.

Five of Massachusetts’ Most Popular Celebrity-Owned Restaurants

Wahlburgers – Although technically operated by Mark Wahlberg’s brother, Chef Paul Wahlburgers is definitely a family business. With locations in Boston, Hingham, Dorchester, Lynnfield, Springfield, and even a location inside Logan Airport, it’s a fan favorite.

Alma Nové – Besides the burger chain, chef Paul Wahlberg also operates an upscale waterfront restaurant in Hingham which he co-owns with brothers Mark and Donnie. The American seafood restaurant is named after the brother’s mother.

Novara – Located in East Milton, Novara is owned by Jordan Knight, a New Kids on the Block alum, who also lives nearby. The cinema-turned-restaurant offers an eclectic Italian menu that brings a city vibe to the suburbs, a local favorite since it opened in 2016. It’s also been voted one of the best restaurants on the South Shore.

McGreeveys – Dropkick Murphys frontman Ken Casey (who is yes, also a Massachusetts native, having grown up in Milton) is a heavyweight on the Massachusetts restaurant scene. As a die-hard Red Sox fan, he opened his first business McGreevy’s in Back Bay in 2008. McGreevy’s is a recreation of the 1890s “3rd Base Saloon”, which is said to have given birth to the nation of the Red Sox. Bitten by the industry bug, Casey now owns Lower Mills Tavern And Taqueria Yellow Door in Dorchester and lion tail in the Ink Block complex in the South End.

Tresca – Ray Bourque fell in love with Boston’s iconic North End dining scene during his early years with the Boston Bruins. In 2005, the best defensemen in NHL history sought out the Italian culinary mecca that is the North End to open Tresca, a Tuscan-inspired modern upscale dining experience. In 2021, he became an investment partner of Red’s Kitchen Tavern in Peabody.

50 Most Popular Restaurant Chains in America

YouGov surveyed the country’s most popular restaurant brands, and Stacker compiled the list to give readers context for the findings. Read on to browse the wide and varied variety of American restaurants. You might even find a favorite or two.

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