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Halifax
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Boston - Do you think it is a good city for restaurants?


I have been a few times and had a couple of good experiences, but it just didn't seem to live up to expectations.




lsucm10
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re: Boston - Do you think it is a good city for restaurants?
I have heard good things about the food. I've heard that the brewery's are cool as well. Making my first trip in April for the marathon. After the run I plan on eating a lot of unhealthy food and drinking liking a fish. Any suggestions?


OTIS2
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re: Boston - Do you think it is a good city for restaurants?
The chowder at Union Oyster House was the bet I had, and it has a nice raw bar for clams and oysters.


geauxfish24
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re: Boston - Do you think it is a good city for restaurants?
Neptune is the best oysters and the hot lobster roll is amazing.

Island Creek is also top notch for oyster and clams.

Union was a very distant competitor to these IMO


Rohan2Reed
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re: Boston - Do you think it is a good city for restaurants?
I didn't have any memorable meals there, but I'm sure there are good spots. The oysters were expensive as shite.


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Ole Geauxt
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re: Boston - Do you think it is a good city for restaurants?
Union would make up for any shortcomings in food on atmosphere and crap on the walls, if it had any shortcomings, IMO


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Paul Allen
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re: Boston - Do you think it is a good city for restaurants?
How is Halftime Pizza?


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timbo
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Member since Dec 2011
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re: Boston - Do you think it is a good city for restaurants?
The Missus and I plan on making our first anniversary trip up there in November. Want to go to the Union Oyster House, figure they will have Heady Topper up there by then. Isn't there a great pizza place there? Like Sinatra and Clinton ate there good.


Tiger Attorney
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New Orleans
Member since Oct 2007
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re: Boston - Do you think it is a good city for restaurants?
Neptune
Mama Maria
North by northeast in Cambridge

All three were outstanding. I don't think their lineup is deep, but they have some great places.


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MeridianDog
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re: Boston - Do you think it is a good city for restaurants?
Used to eat chicken lobsters at a place called Joseph's Aquarium.

Legal Seafood has good clam chowder.

Fast food sales in Faneuil Hall if you want a sandwich. Saw a driver loading/tieing a 12 foot christmas tree to the top of a stertch limo there one night.

Other than that, I got nothing.


WaveForLSU
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re: Boston - Do you think it is a good city for restaurants?
Dali in Cambridge is in my top 5 of all time. And that was even going with an awkward roommate that I really didn't like.


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