Things to do for Foodies in Massachusetts 

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  • 1

    North End

    35 reviews

    If I have to choose just one single place to love in Boston, it would be North End (aka. Little Italy). I'm thoroughly infatuated with this little corner with great food, thriving Italian culture, and a piece of history. I remember my first food-venture in North End, equipped with the Yelp App, I was unable to decide where to go ...

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    Faneuil Hall Marketplace

    47 reviews

    Faneuil Hall Marketplace is huge giant place of several building connect together. the disability access is on the side of the building have to open the door to get to the lift. Down a ways there is another way without a lift that you enter into for all the food court area very crowd and getting a table is difficult.

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  • 3

    Trader Joe's

    14 reviews

    Specialty food store next to Christmas Tree Shop No booze in this shop!!!

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  • 4

    Newbury Street

    49 reviews

    Metro Boston's premiere shopping street, Newbury is a place that you were going to go anyways (everyone does), but even with the crowds, trash, and tourist hokum, it's still a great place to shop, dine, have a drink or - best of all - people watch. Watch out for the duck boats!

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    Faneuil Hall

    34 reviews

    I may or may not have had a foodie rampage here throwing down substantial cash to try a number of local quick bites. Boston itself isn't too big, so the convenience of getting all that food under one roof isn't a huge benefit, but still the environment is bustling and the crowds (if you can stand them) are kind of ...

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  • 6

    Truro Vineyards of Cape Cod

    11 reviews

    Truro Vineyards is only 15 minutes from Eastham. They pioneered the art of maritime grape growing on the Cape, and the vinifera vineyard produces wine with intense flavor and lush varietal character. They welcome wine lovers from around the world who visit the tasting room and in the restored 1830's farmhouse. Located about 1/2 a mile from the ocean and ...

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  • 7

    Harvard Square

    61 reviews

    Harvard square is always happening. The local shops around the square are a treat, they are really one of the kind shops that cannot be found elsewhere (Black Ink, Julep, Cardullo's, Zinnia), there is something for everyone to see and love. There are plenty of famous eateries around the square as well, they can be identified with long lines extending ...

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  • 8

    Harpoon Brewery

    9 reviews

    Sure, you can go to any brewery to see how beer is made. If you want to see how really good beer is made, go to Harpoon Brewery. They will have you wear safety goggles but you'll forget them very soon after being led on the tour. I found it to be fun entertaining and educational. The tour guides are ...

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  • 9

    Stop & Shop Supermarket

    13 reviews

    Best place to get groceries on your way to the house!

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  • 10

    Martha's Vineyard Gourmet Cafe' & Bakery

    5 reviews

    A.K.A Back Door Donuts at night! Opens around 7pm, and closes around 1am. These donuts are debaucherous & delicious! Things to try: Apple Fritter, Buttermilk Donut, & Boston Creme (better the next morning!)

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  • 11

    Samuel Adams Brewery Co

    18 reviews

    The Sam Adams Brewery Tour and tasting is the perfect thing to do with visitors from out of town. It's incredibly Bostony, the tour guides a clever and fun, and the tasting is pretty solid--especially when you consider the fact that tours are technically free, with a $2 suggested donation (which actually goes to charity). The only thing I will ...

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  • 12

    South End

    9 reviews

    South End is a beautiful and hip neighborhood. Many of Boston's high end restaurants are located here. The diversity in the population is reflected in the diverse cuisines. My favorite part of South End are the classy and gorgeously decorated retail stores and furniture. Modern and hip.

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  • 13

    West Tisbury Farmers Market

    7 reviews

    Enjoy fresh local produce and flowers as well as locally prepared foods, every Saturday and Wednesday morning in season.

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  • 14


    23 reviews

    Boston Chinatown isn't very big. There are plenty of food options that one can expect to find in a Chinatown, fairly authentic, dim sum, hotpot, shabu, Shanghai-nese and Cantonese restaurant. For a light snack, the Royal Crown Bakery perfected the cuisine art of making egg-tarts and the egg / minced pork congee from Bao bao is the best.

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  • 15

    Public Garden

    32 reviews

    Locals love this place. In Summers , you will find people jogging here , sitting around chatting, reading a book, Sailing on Charles or just sitting around. Watching the sunset .Its one of the best parts of living in Boston. You can see the sailing clubs across the River, the MIT campus in Cambrdige

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  • 16

    Boston Waterfront

    8 reviews

    You can spend all day walking the Boston Waterfront, and enjoy every minute of it.

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  • 17

    Swan Boats of Boston

    6 reviews

    One must visit the Public Gardens when in Boston, and one must visit the swan boats when in the gardens. Located near the lake, the swan boats are a summer attraction, for $3 a person, you can lazy around on the boats - guarded by the giant swan in the back and take a short ride on the lake under ...

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  • 18

    Taza Chocolate

    3 reviews

    Awesome local chocolate factory/shop. We came here for the chocolate factory tour - the taza factory is tucked away in a plaza in Somerville. There are plenty of samples to try in the little store, since they are a bean-to-chocolate factory, you can still taste the fine grind beans inside of the chocolates. They have all sorts of interesting flavors, ...

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  • 19

    The Yard House

    2 reviews

    Incredible selection of beers who a great big cool space with friendly service. Hit everything we were looking for...

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  • 20

    Voltage Coffee & Art

    2 reviews

    Voltage stands out both for their coffee and for the space itself. They have a number of pour-over and single origin coffee options, along with the usual espresso drinks and a few snacks. There is an incredible art collection all throughout the cafe and the layout works especially well. There are a number of small walls, creating a maze of ...

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