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Restaurants for Family Travelers in Boston, Massachusetts 

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  • 1

    Quincy Market / Faneuil Hall

    31 reviews

    Quincy Market is one of the first places I take guests who visit me in Boston! It's an amazing place to spend an afternoon, especially if you're really hungry. There are probably close to 75 different eateries (including several offering famous clam chowda!) within the marketplace, and the smells in that place are just tantalizing. If the weather is nice, ...

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  • 2

    Mike's Pastry

    52 reviews

    The most famous cannoli shop in boston. So many different flavors to choose from and always a long wait, but I can see why! I got the hazelnut cannoli and it was amazing. Also try the lobster tail!

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  • 3

    J P Licks Homemade Ice Cream

    Great ice cream and an impressive selection of creative flavors.

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  • 4

    Regina Pizzeria

    7 reviews

    Probably one of the best pizza's I've ever had! I love pizza's topped with delicious sauce. If you're ever in town then you better have this on your food itinerary list. My friend and I shared the Puttanesca Pizza (Plump artichoke hearts and sliced black olives on top of Regina's famous red sauce pizza and dressed with Pecorino Romano and ...

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  • 5

    Boston beer works

    2 reviews

    Awesome comfort food at Boston Beer Works, their nachos are a staple of mine. They make their own beer and have enough of a selection for just about everybody. Went on a tour of the brewery once which was real cool to see also.

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  • 6

    Sweet Cheeks Q

    7 reviews

    Tootsie, a custom-built, 4,700-pound, oak-powered smoker, is the star of Top Chef finalist Tiffani Faison’s BBQ joint near Fenway Park. Sustainable, hormone-free meat—black Angus beef, Berkshire pork, all-natural chicken and turkey—comes Texas-style on metal trays lined with butcher paper. Find your place at one of the communal tables, made from old doors and reclaimed bowling lanes, and get your fatty ...

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  • 7

    Legal Sea Foods - Long Wharf

    13 reviews

    Clam clam clam clam clammmm chowda. Once had a friend who took a plane to Boston for a few hours and this is where he spent 2/3 of that time. It's definitely a Boston staple.

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  • 8

    Clover Food Truck

    2 reviews

    Lost along the Freedom Trail and we had no idea we were doing it backwards, the munchkin and I got hungered. Well we ran right into the closer truck between some umbrella ice cream stands and I was like lets get rosemary french fries! The munchkin had been begging for some ice cream. So I was happy when her eyes ...

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  • 9

    Modern Pastry

    The cannolis here are to die for! So fresh and perfect amount of sweetness. Was on my way to mikes, but heard about modern as well and this place is definitely worth a visit as well!

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  • 10

    Union Oyster House

    21 reviews

    The vibe in Union Oyster house is extremely inviting. If you go, make sure to try the clam chowder - it's out of this world. It's also right on the freedom trail, so it's easily accessible while you're touring.

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  • 11

    Maria's Pastry Shop

    4 reviews

    Just a turn from the packed mikes bakery, but not already pre filled cannolis and just as good. If you're not down to wait in line at mikes, walk a block and get a cannoli from Maria's instead.

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  • 12

    Island Creek Oyster Bar

    17 reviews

    Having some of the freshest and most mouth watering food options around, you can’t come to Boston without stopping at the Island Creek Oyster bar to eat some great seafood! The restaurant was open to bring together the chef, farm, and restaurant, which shines through in their stellar menu. They offer everything from brunch to dinner and in between, the ...

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  • 13

    Giacomo's Restaurant

    11 reviews

    Small place but arguably one of the most popular at North End. There is almost always a wait outside the tiny door, the interior is crowded but customers get to be up and close with the kitchen staff and see how the chefs operate. The waiters yells out your order to the kitchen, quite a sight and experience. The food ...

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  • 14

    Toro

    2 reviews

    Top brunch in the U.S....just do it, and order EVERYTHING! The corn is a hidden gym too.

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  • 15

    Atlantic Fish Company

    12 reviews

    As with any major city, there will be plethora of good restaurants. This is one of the standouts in Boston. As with any coastal city, there are bound to be great seafood places. Again, this is a standout. What's awesome is that this a more refined establishment yet far from stuffy. You will, however, be treated to amazing food prepared ...

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  • 16

    Picco

    6 reviews

    New Haven-style pizza here for us in the South End! Plus excellent beer & wine selection, incredible ice creams, kid-friendly. Super high quality, super fresh ingredients - when you eat pizza here it feels medicinal. There is often a wait, so we tend to try and get there early.

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  • 17

    Parish Cafe

    6 reviews

    Their local-chef inspired sandwich selection is incredible. It's a great way to get a sense for the culinary feel of Boston manifested through restaurant themed sandwich deliciousness.

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  • 18

    Oishii Boston

    5 reviews

    Pricey but the food is quite good. The ambiance and service of the place are superb. Their maki are especially good, inventive and the contrast in flavor is amazing. They also have some interesting dishes including a mini fire grill that can sear salmon right at the table. Ideal place to go for a classy dinner or date.

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  • 19

    Tico

    3 reviews

    Duck confit with jalapeño and poached eggs make a very special brunch. Combined with a great cocktail list including my new fave the Paloma, this is a solid Back Bay choice for brunch or dinner with a Mexican twist.

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  • 20

    Neptune Oyster

    21 reviews

    Go for the clam chowder and their lobster roll! Their lobster roll is made absolutely to perfection and the clams in the clam chowder is so fresh that you could taste it. Rated number 1 clam chowder in Boston by the Improper Bostonian.

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