Boston is one of America’s oldest cities. Home of tea parties and massacres. It is Massachusetts’s capital and a must see for anyone traveling to New England. Be sure to take a stroll across the Charles River and visit the historic Freedom Trail. Boston is America’s biggest college town and has over 52 institutions in the area. Below are some of the best eatery’s in Boston from cheap eats to fine dining.  Check them out your stomach will thank you!

Belle Isle Lobster & Seafood:

This gem of a seafood restaurant is very close to the airport and perfect first stop if you’re flying in to Boston. This local favorite has fresh haddock fried to crispy perfection and some of the plumpest crab cakes in New England. The seating area is small and relaxed with views of Belle Isle Marsh Reservation, Boston’s last salt marsh.

1267 Saratoga Street

East Boston, MA 02128-1255

(617) 567-1619

Open Mon-Thu,Sat 10am-7pm; Fri 10am-8pm; Sun 11am-7pm

Sam Adams Brewery:

A must see for any beer lover! Since the year 2000, Sam Adams beer has won more awards in international tasting competitions than any other brewery in the world.  Check out the free tour that ends with a free tasting where you get to sample a variety of beers some not even available to the public. They also give you an awesome souvenir tasting glass. Takes about an hour.

30 Germania Street

Boston, MA 02130-2315

(617) 368-5080

Mikes Pastry:

You can’t go anywhere is Boston without seeing people carrying pastry boxes marked Mike’s pastry. Stop in and try a cannoli and you will know why. Not Far from Paul Reveres house. Be sure not to get stuck in the back by the entrance, each person behind the counter has there own line.

300 Hanover St

Boston, Massachusetts 02113

(617) 742-3050

Open Mon-Tue,Sun 8am-10pm; Wed-Thu 8am-10:30pm; Fri-Sat 8am-11:30pm 

Union oyster house:

This is the oldest resturant in the country, serving seafood lovers since 1826. Enjoy an atmosphere that is authentic rather than kitcky. Amazing oysters, cowder and experience! This place is huge and every room is like a trip to the past. There is a reason it has been around so long. Try the sam adams that is brewed special for this one of a kind resturants.

41 Union Street

Boston, MA 02108

(617) 227-2750

Open Mon-Thu,Sun 11am-9:30pm; Fri-Sat 11am-10pm

Galley Diner:

Every city needs a great diner and if you’re in Boston this is the one worth checking out! To the dismay of regulars the Galley was featured on Anthony Bourdain’s “No Reservations” which has made it a very popular place and with good reason! The service is awesome and the atmosphere friendly and old fashioned. I had the good fortune of having breakfast after a gig and it was incredible! The portions were huge, everything was fresh, and prices could not be beat. I had the corned beef hash, which has become the diner’s signature dish and was blown away by how good it was. I had a sweetness that was a perfect balance to the salty and unlike any other I have had before. Can’t wait till I am back in Bean Town and can go here again.

11 P St, South Boston, MA 02127

(617) 464-1024

Rondo’s Sub Shop:

A fantastic sandwich shop in Southie, that was also featured by Anthony Bourdain. While I was a bit nervous going to Southie that I would come in contact with a gang of Whalberg wannabe tough guys, I was pleasantly surprised by how friendly both the staff and the locals were. I had a large Italian sub with the works for 7 bucks. It was very tasty and enough for 2 meals. I also tried some of they’re meatball sub after having recommended by a regular who even shared his fries with me. Can’t wait to go back to Rondo’s and try another on of the delicious subs.

134 West Broadway, South Boston, MA 02127-1018

(617) 269-027


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