Where and What to Eat in Boston – Lobster Roll, Clam Chowder and Baked Scrod

9 July, 2014

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On 9 July, 2014
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There are lots of good food to be found in Boston. For a wide selection of good and affordable food, you can check out Quincy Market which is something like a foodcourt with many different food stalls. The market is a long stretch of food stalls with a common dining area in the centre where you can order your food and bring it to any available table to enjoy your meal.

There are lots of good food to be found in Boston. For a wide selection of good and affordable food, you can check out Quincy Market which is something like a foodcourt with many different food stalls. The market is a long stretch of food stalls with a common dining area in the centre where you can order your food and bring it to any available table to enjoy your meal.

Quincy Market (Faneuil Hall Marketplace)

Lobster mac and cheese (USD $8.95) served at Faneuil Hall Quincy market. Do note that the prices are before sales tax.

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Boston Market Fries at Faneuil Hall Quincy market – Large Boston Market Fries at USD $4.45 (add cheese for USD $0.95)

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Cute cupcakes – Cookie Monster eating an Oreo! at Quincy Market (Faneuil Hall)

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Boston Clam Chowda (Quincy Market)

New England clam chowder served in a bread bowl at Boston Chowda in Quincy Market. One of the best clam chowder i tasted! The clam chowder served in a bread bowl will cost you USD $7.49.

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Godiva (Faneuil Hall Marketplace)

Godiva trufflelatte (chocolate lava cake flavored) for 6 USD from the Faneuil Hall branch – yummy

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When in Boston – you must try its lobster roll (something like a lobster sandwich) or a proper lobster meal – see below for lobster roll options.

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Yankee Lobster Company (Seaport District)

Boston lobster roll at Yankee Lobster Company. Try the hot lobster roll served with melted butter (USD$19.99)! Delicious and fresh!

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No Name Restaurant (Seaport District)

Lobster roll with salad at No Name Restaurant. I prefer the hot lobster roll version.

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Huge plate of broiled scrod at No Name Restaurant – cod fish with generous servings of fries and coleslaw! 11.95 usd

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Cheesecake Factory (Boston Back Bay)

The Cheesecake Factory at Back Bay Boston – a must visit for their delicious cheesecakes!

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Macaroni and Cheese burger – yummy with crispy fried macaroni! 11.95 usd at Cheesecake Factory

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The famous Factory Meatloaf with mashed potato and corn sides (USD $15.95) at Cheesecake Factory

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Of course. How can we miss out the yummy arrays of cheesecakes from Cheesecake Factory at just 7.95 USD!

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Walk off the Calories with the Boston Freedom Trail!

Follow the Freedom Trail red line on the ground (and even on the roads) to see historical sights along the trail in Boston.

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Granary burying ground in downtown Boston where some Revolutionary War heroes were buried – one of the stops of the Freedom Trail

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The Old Massachusetts State House along the Boston Freedom Trail

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Wyndham Boston Beacon Hill hotel – 15 minutes walk to Public Gardens and 5 minutes from Bowdoin MBTA subway – convenient and comfortable base to explore Boston

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