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Forest Hills Pizza
3722 Washington St, Jamaica Plain, MA 02130
For more than 10 years, this family-owned and
-operated pizza shop has served up gourmet pizzas, Greek-styleMore pizzas, calzones, burgers, hot and cold sub sandwiches, pasta dinners, seafood plates, salads, wraps and the usual roundup of fried foods -- fries, mozzarella sticks, Buffalo wings, onion rings and chicken fingers. Forest Hills Pizza is conveniently located across the street from the orange line's Forest Hills T stop. 
Eugene O'Neill's
3700 Washington St, Jamaica Plain, MA 02130
Eugene O'Neill's is an Irish pub with a menu featuring bourbon-glazed turkey tips, hand-cut fries, burgers, pizza,More pasta, fish and chips, vegetarian curry and Shepard's pie. The mahogany bar is well-stocked and has a handful of beers on tap and many more in bottles.
Miami Restaurant
381 Centre St, Jamaica Plain, MA 02130
This restaurant calls itself the king of the Cuban sandwich. The remainder of the menu is heavy on Dominican offeringsMore like meat stews, red beans and rice, stuffed turnovers and seafood platters.  A few traditional American selections are also available like burgers and fries that fit with the Boston sports collages adorning the walls. Customers order food at the counter for dining in or take-out. 
Captain Nemo's
367 Centre St, Jamaica Plain, MA 02130
Greek-owned Captain Nemo's serves up pizzas and sub sandwiches, salads, burgers, pasta and fried dinners. All itemsMore are available for take-out, delivery and eating in - there are a few tables in the clean, bright dining area plus videos games, a jukebox and candy vending machines. 
The Haven
2 Perkins St, Jamaica Plain, MA 02130

Haven is an authentic Scottish pub and restaurant. The bar serves only beer and wine. There are Scottish beers on tapMore and Scottish stouts, porters and ales in bottles. The menu offers Scottish fare, such as the Scotch egg, haggis, a fried-fish platter and a hearty beef -and-ale pie. For more Americanized palates, there are burgers, sandwiches and simple salads, plus a half dozen vegetarian options. For dessert, choices include the sticky toffee pudding and a deep-fried chocolate bar of the day.  Weekend brunch options include a haggis omelette.

 

Alex's Chimis
358c Centre St, Jamaica Plain, MA 02130
For more than 11 years, this Hyde Square sandwich shop has offered up chimis, Dominican burgers with either groundMore beef, chicken or pork shoulder topped with shredded lettuce, onions, pickles, tomatoes and Thousand Island dressing, served on fresh Cuban bread. Alex's Chimis boasts "the best rotisserie chicken in town" which is available as whole, half and individual pieces. Sides include fried sweet potatoes, rice and peas, fried plantains and meat and vegetable turnovers. There are a few tables for eating in the clean, bright dining area. This establishment accepts cash only. 
Cappy's Pizza & Subs
304 Centre St, Jamaica Plain, MA 02130
As its name suggests, Cappy's Pizza & Subs offers oven-baked pizza and hot and cold subs, but there's also a fullMore breakfast menu available daily, plus wings, ribs, salads, wraps and burgers. This location (there are three Cappy's in the Boston area) also serves up fried seafood platters, pasta plates and quesadillas. Cappy's huge pizza slices are legendary, and especially popular when this place gets busy late on weekend nights. 
James's Gate
5 McBride St, Jamaica Plain, MA 02130

It's no wonder this neighborhood Irish pub is considered one of Boston's best. It attracts a friendly localMore crowd--it's not uncommon to see artists, construction workers, families with small children and hipsters gathered together for a pint and some conversation. The eclectic atmosphere featuring antique church pews, a slate tile floor and wooden ceiling beams create a calming, relaxing place to unwind. 

Standard pub fare is available--classic Irish fare like bangers and mash and shepherd's pie are offered alongside nachos, fried calamari and burgers. Expect quick, attentive and cheerful service.

A working fireplace creates a cozy atmosphere during the colder months, while a large outdoor patio packs a crowd during warmer weather.